The Seattle Times learns something about Little Eorthe Farm
This video was featured on the Seattle Times website on Saturday, August 29. It features interviews with Carrie and Ken Little, as well as with Little Eorthe interns Deondrai Ramsey and Cameron Warwick.
Little Eorthe Farm is about more than preserving farmland. It’s about more than providing fresh, organic, locally grown produce to the residents of Western Pierce County. It’s about more than passing on knowledge and philosophy to the next generation. Little Eorthe Farm is about all of these things, but more than anything, Little Eorthe Farm is about revolutionizing the food system in this country – replacing our current petroleum-based, transportation-heavy, inorganic, inhumane (and let’s face it – short sighted, cruel, greedy and idiotic) factory farm system with all local, all organic, all humane farming procedures and practices.
The implications of a truly sustainable food system are universal, and they include a decrease in dependence on fossil fuels, foreign and domestic, a decrease in corporate control and a commensurate increase in the power of individual citizens, less pollution, a healthier environment, the list goes on and on.
Sound good? Get involved!
How can you be a part of making our world a healthier place to live?
- Come see us and buy our locally grown fresh produce at the Proctor Farmers’ Market (We never sell anything we don’t produce ourselves – neither does anyone else at the Proctor Market!)
- Become a Little Eorthe Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) shareholder
- Volunteer at Little Eorthe Farm – there’s always lots to do, and it’s fun!
- Are you more serious about learning farming and helping to re-naturalize our world? Become an intern!
If you have any questions or are interested in making a difference, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Carrie Little at 253-576-8950.
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