Friday, May 27, 2011

"From Seed to Seed" feature in FOCOWOJO

We have been feeling the love since the FOCOWOJO Mother Earth issue came out with the "From Seed to Seed" feature on us! Thanks to all who have passed on that they "saw us in that magazine" since it hit the stands in mid April. We appreciate it! 

New on the scene,  FOCOWOJO, short for Forsyth County Women's Journal, focused their April/May issue on the environment, buying in to local food, and sustainable building with a focus on how we can find all that we are looking for right here in our county. The publisher Jenille Hess and Editorial Manager Lechelle Vernon-Yates really did their due diligence in finding the info and stories for our Forsyth "farm to fork" scene, particularly in spotlighting "suprema" women farmers Laura Frazier of Rail Fence Farm and Natalie Sevin of Sugar Creek Farm. And special thanks to the photographer Hooman Bahrani for sending the above photos and more from the shoot.

The issue will be on newsstands at your neighborhood grocery store for a few more days but also online via their Facebook page

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