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CSA Week 20

Posted 9/24/2010 8:22pm by Larry Brandenburg.
The day we all dread has finally arrived.  The last CSA delivery.  What a great year it has been and what an incredibly great group of people you have been.  It has been a joy seeing each of you each week, here on the farm, or at the market, and we will miss seeing you.  Please keep in touch.  Let us know what is going on in your lives.  We are truly a community that supports each other.

I was a little worried today that we were going to get everything harvested.  Some labor I was counting on did not materialize but somehow we got it all done.  This week's bounty includes potatoes, (red and white), tomatoes, lots of peppers, three kinds of winter squash, eggplant and okra. 

Beth and I are going to get up at 4:00 in the morning for last time for a long, long time!  It will be so nice to sleep in till 6:00 next week.  Fridays and Saturdays are killers for us and we will not miss these rhythms.  However, we will miss you.

Last week a young lady stopped by and took a picture of our booth.  She is new to Louisville and has blog where she is sharing her experience of being new to Louisville.  She has a nice mention of us (with picture) and you might want to visit it and give her an encouraging word.  Her name is Lauren Ione and the site is newaroundhere.wordpress.com.  Leave her a nice comment to show her that Louisville is really a friendly supportive place.

Heard last week that Michael Pollan is going to be speaking at Bellarmine on Oct. 7 in the evening.  Free.  Don't know any other details but will let you know when I find out.

If I can figure out how to do it, I am going to email an evaluation form to you.  This will help us know how we are doing and what we need to do to improve.

Please, please keep in touch. And again, thank you so much for being who you are, doing what you do, and showing that you can make a difference in the world.

Larry and Beth 
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