Spoon Full Winter Update

December, 2017
 Finn the llama with his faithful flock, in the season's first snow.

Finn the llama with his faithful flock, in the season's first snow.

Your nights are getting longer and colder. You're contemplating: "What gifts should I give to the people I love?" You're wondering:

"How can I support the mission of Spoon Full Farm?" Well, we are planning for next year's CSA, and we need your opinion. You can click the "Tell us your thoughts" button below to answer four quick, yes or no questions, which will help us bring you great food and store carbon in the soil. (Survey relevant for people in Washington State.)

You can also check out and share our "Yearly Update" photo essay, and buy a (organic, USA-made) "Loyal to Soil" shirt, as a gift for that eco-conscious loved one who has everything. Scroll down after you fill out the survey.

Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah, Kwanzaa, New Year, Chinese New Year, Saturnalia, Winter Solstice, or any other holiday that you choose to celebrate. We love you.

-5 Spoons

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The Birth of a Farm

It's been a heck of a year. Last January, Spoon Full Farm was just a glimmer of an idea, now it's a full-on sunrise, dawning an innovative, love-filled agriculture that gives you a way to help our climate and earth heal. "The Birth of a Farm" is a photo essay that shows the highlights of 2017 at your favorite farm. Please let us know what you think! If we get enough feedback, we'll make it into a book that you can buy.

We are Hiring

Do you know somebody who wants to spend next warm season working with nature, as part of a fast-moving startup with people devoted to helping the earth heal? We would love to hear from them. The button above goes to our job posting. Send it to a young person who works hard!

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Organic T-Shirts

Proclaim your loyalty to the soil(tee). These shirts come from Farm Fresh Clothing Co., in California. They're made from organic cotton, woven soft as a baby's bottom. We wear them until they're dirty, then we wash them and wear them again. You can wear them a lot, too, if you click the button above.