Take it outdoors! This year has demanded much thinking outside the box and Thanksgiving is going to be no exception. I'm thinking we look to the first Thanksgiving as we were taught in school with Pilgrims and Indians eating together al fresco. Build some fire pits or light up a few propane heaters ...make some tables out of boards and sawhorses...add some ambiance with Christmas lights and candles and it will be a safe and memorable dinner for the family to remember for years to come.
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Farm Happenings for November 17, 2020
Posted on November 14th, 2020 by Patricia Gladney-Heatherington
About the farm
Farmers Fresh CSA is run by farmers for farmers. Instead of trying to grow all of our produce on our one farm we tap into the growing capacity of over 50 small farms, ranches, dairies and other small producers from our Georgia and Alabama area. Our goal is to support local partners by providing an alternative market geared towards small/start-up operations, while gathering a wide variety for our CSA members.Go to farm profile