A big warm welcome to you and thanks for taking the time to check out the blog.
Along with all the excitement of spring popping up on our farms, the Farm Table brand and website have just sprung up. Rooted in our supportive and growing eater and producer community we are deeply grateful to all our friends and families who have shopped with us and encouraged us to think bigger.
Together we are creating a resilient food system that deeply nourishes and goes well beyond food to create community, steward the land, create healthy ecosystems that increase species diversity and improve air and water quality. It also happens to produce top quality local food.
The most profound changes occur through the culmination of a number of small daily actions. This is certainly true when it comes to eating and farming. Every bite we take is an opportunity to make change, to think about what we are eating, where it comes from, how it was raised or grown and the impact - positive or negative that our food leaves.
The way we farm is at the heart of some major global issues including poverty, pollution, species loss, climate change and the recent rise in diseases. However agricultural practises are also the simplest solution to reversing the alarming trends we are seeing today. By adopting a longer term view and integrating nature's cycles into daily farming practises we can promote farm ecosystems that increase species diversity, produce food rich in nutrients and free of toxins, absorb pollutions and cycle nutrients for rich soil, all of which increase yields and improve air and water quality. The farms that lead ecological and organic practises produce the food available here at Farm Table.
At Farm Table our goal is to connect conscious eaters to passionate artisan farmers. Our Farm Shop aims to make shopping from a local family farm simple and enjoyable. This blog invites you to get to know your food and its farmers, as we shine the light on the commitments they uphold to produce some of the best ingredients we have ever tasted, and leave a legacy of fertility for future generations.
Check back for more stories from the farm, about food and the dynamic community we feed.
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