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Murph is in his element out here in the desert. This family get away has been good for the heart and mind, time to reflect, recover, remember, relax... basically all the “re’s”. We are gearing up for the 2019 season- but this little man has no idea what he’s in for! #desertgetaway #puppy #farmdog #selfcare
Harps working hard responding to CSA emails in between bike rides. Thanks for all the love, everyone! Registration closes Friday. #tworootsfarm #csa #workhardplayhard #farmlife
Raise the roof! Can not explain how excited and thankful to have the plastic on our new greenhouse warming the soil for spring plantings! Can’t wait for all the delicious food to come out of this tunnel! Thank you to all our friends and neighbors that helped us put this baby up! We love you!! #herewego2019 #friendshelpingfriends #greenhouse #localfood
As promised, more National CSA week seduction.... and this post comes with even better news! This right here is @mikensiromersa , Two Roots Farm’s newest farmer! She’s witty, she’s pretty, and she could feed a turnip to a bumble bee. Coming to us in May, all the way from Missoula, MT- be nice so she stays! . . . #csa #eatyourveggies #eatlocal #knowyourfarmer #knowyourfood #tworootsfarm #farmlife #basalt #aspen #carbondale
In honor of National CSA week, I am going to be posting seductive flash back photos from the 2018 season to encourage you, where ever you are, to find a local farm and buy your summers worth of local produce now. You know you want it.... . . . #eatlocal #youarewhatyoueat #knowyourfarmer #localfood #csa #basaltcolorado
“The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all. It is the healer and restorer and resurrector, by which disease passes into health, age into youth, death into life. Without proper care for it we can have no community, because without proper care for it we can have no life.” -Wendell Berry Been thinking and talking a lot about soil health the past couple days as we have been connecting with farmers from around our region. It’s easy to underestimate the importance of soil and the urgency in which we need to repair our relationship with it. It makes us proud and inspired to gather with other folks who are putting the work in to build healthy soil and change the way food is grown. This is why we do what we do, to make our little mark on the world a positive impact on our community, our farm, our planet. Thanks for putting it so eloquently as always Wendell Berry.
We weren’t planning on getting a dog when Snoopy came into our lives. He belonged to the neighbor of the farm we were working on in Northern California, and we like to believe he chose us. He started following us around, and crying outside our door at night to let him in. Eventually we got the nerve to ask if we could adopt him and unbelievably they let us have him. Christian and I vowed to each other if we were going to take him, we had to keep farming as long as he was alive if for no other reason than to give him an even better farm life. When we worked at Rock Bottom Ranch he earned a place on the employee board as the director of relaxation. He knew how to chill hard, unless of course there was ham within scent range. He was a better mouser in those early years than most of the cats we had. And was a huge hit with the kids, even if he stole their lunch. It’s impossible to fill the void you left yesterday, Mr. buddy. I am so glad we got to have you while we did and am so happy you picked us. We will love you forever, enjoy the all you can eat pork buffet in heaven. You are missed by many 💔