Web publicity

Sorry it’s been so long since the last post — we’ve been, um, busy. Just a little. You might say that we’re ‘sprinting to the finish line’ with our house, and at the same time the farm is also accelerating. This crazy dry/warm spring weather has only complicated matters. But more on that in another post (to come soon).

Today’s news: we’ve had two people post some nice items about us recently on the web. The first is our favorite: a local hobby journalist, Brendon Connelly, has a great video blog highlighting interesting Yamhill county people, places and events. He came out to the farm and interviewed us for Yamhill.tv a few weeks ago, and we had fun talking about what we do. Here’s a link to the post he pieced together from our talk. Check it out!

Also, an interesting new website (that also draws upon television terms and concepts) called Growing Goodness posted about us on their blog. (You may have to click on the blog link and then scroll back a bit to find it.) The post about us is brief, but I enjoyed watching some of their video bits about other Oregon farms, including 47th Ave Farm, a CSA in Portland with which we have recently become acquainted.

Anyhow … must dash. I think that farming is finally catching up with my ability to update the blog. But I promise a more detailed fun post (with PHOTOS!) again shortly. We have much to share …

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3 Responses to Web publicity

  1. Sara says:

    Hi there,

    I have justed watch the video clip on Yamhill.tv and thought it was great. Good to see the farm and hear your thoughts and ideas about your farm and the CSA scheme.

    I will be tuning in again for the next clip, as I really enjoy finding out about farming and agriculture in other countries.

    Keep up the good work.

    Sara from England

  2. Courie says:

    It was great to see you moving and hear your voices! The video was really cool. Good luck this season!

  3. Josh says:

    Hey guys, I was doing a brief article on home gardening this week, strange I know, but there you are. Anyway, during an interview with the folks at the I-5 Farm Store and Outlet (weird name, but v. cool place combining a farmers market with their own organic farm), and they mentioned they deal with organic growers from all over Oregon. Since its a growing business, I thought I would let you know about the potential for selling your goods to a whole stream of folks cruising down the Interstate. Just an idea, really. The Farm Store is a mile south of Wilsonville right at the top of the off-ramp. They’re also doing an organic gardening class for children this summer. The kids who sign up will then sell their vegetables when they harvest them. Yeah, it was a fun article.



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