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CSA Newsletter: Week 7, 2016

Our newsletter from July 28:

Dear CSA members,

We had a wonderful vacation full of rivers, waterfalls, pine trees, and some magnificent oaks. One of the hardest sacrifices for me in farming has been giving up so many summer camping opportunities, since living outdoors in nature feeds my soul so deeply. 960 more words

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Brigadier General John Adams, killed in action at Franklin, is buried in Maplewood Cemetery; Pulaski, TN

Brigadier General John Adams (CSA) is buried in Giles County, Tennessee, in Maplewood Cemetery.

  • Find-a-Grave
  • Lane, Bryan, “The Familiar Road: The Life of Confederate Brigadier General John Adams.” Civil War Times Illustrated, Volume 35, October 1996.
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Battle Of Franklin (1864)

Major General Patrick R. Cleburne is buried in Maple Hill Cemetery; Helena, Arkansas

For more information:

Biographical source: Confederate Military History, vol. XIV, p. 396… 727 more words

Battle Of Franklin (1864)

9 Budget Friendly Ways to Live the Grain-Free Lifestyle | Dr. Davis

Some people balk at the prospect of following a grain-free lifestyle because they’re concerned that the increased reliance on pasture-fed, organic, meats and vegetables will end up costing them an arm and a leg. 521 more words

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Follow Your Food: Fields Farm

Organic agriculture goes back millennia, with roots as deep as any human tradition. Our connection with how to select, cultivate and prepare foods has evolved over generations of farmers and meals from the family hearth.  989 more words

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Join us for the CSA Picnic 8/4

CSA Pick-up 8/1 and 8/4

Next Thursday we are having our CSA picnic: a time to gather at the farm, see the fields, meet fellow members, and eat good food!   297 more words

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Eating Fresh: The CSA

This is part 2 of a 3 part series on “eating in season.” 

As a rule of thumb, both of our families tend to eat in much more often than we dine out. 880 more words

Eating Local