THE END OF AN ERA – TRANSFER OF FARM FRESH WINDERMERE
It is with some sadness that I have to tell you all this but I have decided to go back to school to get my Ph.D. in Nutritional Science in Maryland at the University of Maryland College Park. This is one of the best programs in the country for this degree.
So, because of this, I have transferred the ownership and operation of Farm Fresh Windermere to one of my best friends, Dr. Steve Moreau, A.P., whom I worked with for many years with the main part of this farm food co-op for the last 7 years out of Altamonte Springs and now Longwood. I have adapted his website to allow for multiple pickup locations during the checkout process. Please choose Windermere obviously. You also will not have to pre-pay, so you will need to bring cash or a check (do not pre-fill this out for the amount as everything will be weighed and calculated on the spot for you to get your final total) Remember that if you order meats, please be sure to bring extra money to cover when it is over.
Nothing else changes. The food is the same. The prices are the same.
You will need to create an account on their website to order:
Please also sign up for their mailing list direct as well to get all future order updates.
And in some kinda, okay, really cool news, I just gave testimony at the Maryland House of Delegates yesterday about allowing for a cow sharing program in Maryland. I did this alongside the Weston A Price President, Sally Fallon. This was pretty awesome to say the least.
Notes about the video. Please read the below
…scan forward to 2 hours and 26 minutes (and be sure to switch the video for the picture in picture in the upper right) to see the start of the hearing regarding this cow sharing bill for the state of Maryland… my testimony (albeit brief) started at 3 hours and 13 minutes… it was fun and it was great to meet Liz Reitzig and Sally Fallon at last… and no I had like nothing prepared… and I was supposed to be on the first panel… then I wasn’t… and then I did have a few notes and then I couldn’t use them… oh well… at least I admitted to being a criminal because I broke a federal law 5 times this past saturday by taking raw milk across state lines… true story…
Thanks so much and I wish you all the best!