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Welcome to Winlock Meadows Farm - Continued from Home Page

A new product we're introducing this season is Veggie Burrito Wraps. Instead of using tortillas made out of wheat, these are whole leaves of greens like collards, lettuces, turnips, etc. Just roll up your filling and you have a wheat free/grain free/raw tortilla - perfect for people who are allergic to wheat, those who are on low or no carbohydrate diets, and for those who prefer raw foods. Soon we'll have recipes and creative tips on how to use them, and we might even demo them at the Farmer's Markets in Olympia and Longview.

We provide lots of options on how you can buy from us - you can become a CSA member, order from our Click 'n Pick online order form and pick-up at a convenient location, come and see us at the Farmer's Markets, or shop at our Farm Stand.

Buying locally is becoming much more popular, and now we're becoming aware of the importance of producing locally. Since consuming without producing is not sustainable, what do you think of the idea of an Annual Small Family Farm Festival and Cottage Industry Fair? We actually have the perfect farm offering to host the festival, and a committee is forming to begin organizing it. If you'd like to be involved, please let us know. How about Southwest Washington becoming known for it's small family farms, farm festivals, ag-tourism, it's Farm Stores (where everything sold there is grown, raised and produced locally - jams, jellies, salsa's, salads, salad dressings, medicinal herbs and tinctures, wool, and the list goes on and the Farm Stores would have Community Commercial Kitchens where the value-added products could be produced). Southwest Washington could actually become known as the Breadbasket between Seattle and Portland - the next Marin County.

And last but not least, we formed a non-profit called the Farm Bank Project to support local small farms, to build and strengthen our communities, and to grow and give-away organic food into the community. This is a very exciting project whose time has come and has many, many ways for you to become involved. Let us know how you'd like to help restore health and well-being to our communities, one farm at a time. Actually the farms are the deposits in the Farm Bank. If you happen to be a graphic artist, or know of one who would like to help us create the graphics for this project, we'd love to hear from you.

If you don't buy from our farm, please buy from another local farm...our food security depends upon it.

Enjoy the Spring,

Susie Kyle
Farmer/Owner/Operator/Small Farm Advocate

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