Farm Workshop #001 - recap

What a pure delight to have a gathering at the farm the other week!

It was a surly Friday evening, with clouds coming and going - until about 7pm, when the sky opened up and the setting sun shown through the back drop of our 100+ year old Cypress trees. If it sounds too dreamy, you're right. It was...

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DIY Succulent Letters

Love our succulent letters? Sweet - so do we!

Below is a simple DIY tutorial of how to assemble and plant your own succulent letters...

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GA + Merchant Home

A lovely post from one of most favorite companies, Merchant Home. This noteworthy company of the talented Alexandra Sklar, offers business insight that we have grow to depend on. I call her my ideas wrangler - although it doesn't begin to encapsulate all the Merchant Home has to offer. As a small company (and with my head mostly in the weeds, not the books), Alexandra's detailed eye for design, numbers, trends and business management is not only inspiring but vital. We have truly loved working with her and the MH team. 
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Sown.

Since the election, I have been writing daily tips on twitter, on the concept of gardening as a form of protest. Historically, we have seen that putting our money towards sustainability, organics, equality and small-business is a vote for a more efficient, just and healthy system of living . There are many avenues to support these causes, and for my companies, we start with sowing seeds, selling and giving our crops and educating people on how to grow their own food and medicine...
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Gardening is a form of protest.

I believe gardening is a form of protesting in a time of social and political unrest. With an administration aiming to divide the nation, lead by fear and prejudice and make money at all costs, it's important to find empowerment within our local communities. Historically, gardening has always been a way to take care of ourselves, our families, and connect with communities - let alone ground into nature and the natural rhythm of the earth. These are big concepts that can be explored for pages and pages, but for now, I invite you to visit these few links of people who are staying healthy, voting with their dollars and connecting our nation, by the simple act of gardening

Want to learn more? Visit my twitter account for my #dailyprotest. 

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