Every growing season brings changes, adaptations, and adjustments, and this year. This year, chronic health challenges are leading us to scale back our production and presence at farmers’ markets in an effort to maintain personal as well as environmental sustainability. We will be selling at the Franklin County Farmers’ Market in the fall primarily, when we will have ginger, turmeric, our canned and dried goods, and fresh herbs and veggies. We may participate in markets on occasion during the rest of the season, and I will send out an email when that happens (if you're not already on our email list, sign up at the bottom of the homepage to stay in the loop). In the meantime, we will try to keep our Offerings webpage and new Store page up to date so you can contact us to place an order. You can also find some of our items—sun-dried tomatoes, teas, and savoy cabbages, at the moment-- at the great little Salad Days Farm Store here in Woodford County. Our savoy cabbages are also available at Good Foods Co-op in Lexington. We appreciate your ongoing support, and will definitely miss seeing you at the market every week!