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Farmers To You Blog: A Farmer's Perspective

  • Welcome Back!

    by Greg Georgaklis
    September 1, 2017

    Welcome back everyone! It has been a quiet summer – but not as quiet as in the past.  This is good news for all of us.


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  • You Are Invited – First Annual Farmers To You Vermont Farm Tour! Equinox Celebration 2017!! 

    by Greg Georgaklis
    August 14, 2017

    When we first conceived of Farmers To You, we knew that connecting you to your farmers via your weekly ordering and year-round food sourcing was a huge improvement over other options you had (especially in the Boston area).  But we always knew that this was not the same as really meeting and seeing your farmers and food producers in the flesh.  Well, the long-awaited opportunity is here. The next step in deepening our connection to each other and to our food is an event here in Vermont where Farmers To You families meet Farmers To You farmers to strengthen our real and lasting relationships and our commitments to each other.


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  • Imagine

    by Greg Georgaklis
    August 4, 2017

    Imagine if you lived in a vibrant community where all you needed each day was provided by friends and people you knew and respected.


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  • Beautiful Gesture – Gift for All

    by Greg Georgaklis
    July 17, 2017

    Barre Food Shelf egg donation July 2017 cropped

    What a beautiful gesture your donations were these last two weeks. Yesterday I dropped off 65 dozen eggs to the Barre Food Shelf.  That’s 780 eggs! And the look on their faces as they stood amidst the old bread and tired vegetables looking at our donation of extremely fresh eggs was amazing. Thank you for allowing me to be part of this gesture. Thank you for working with us to fulfill another part of our mission – to support ALL families in getting the freshest and cleanest food from local farms. So often quality food from local farms is labeled as a luxury and elitist, simply because it costs more to produce vital food consciously, ethically and cleanly. Figuring out a way where we all – families, farmers, and Farmers To You – can give families in need access to this food is an incredibly positive development. The cycle of poverty is a cruel one. One of the most insidious parts is that the food poorer families often have access to lacks the vitality and health components that they need most to give them the Herculean energy it takes to break out of the cycle of poverty.


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