[Market-farming] Naming the gardens...
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Mon Aug 25 14:49:10 EDT 2008
We were Thyme For Ewe for the first 13 years of business. In the beginning I grew herbs for farms and my partner raised sheep. Thyme for me, Ewe for her....you get it. I kept the name when we split up to keep the friendship. We are now Seasons Eatings Farm. We're four season producers.
Changing names was hard. I grow very few herbs now and we've never had a ewe on this farm. We needed something that reflects what we do now. It took me a long time to come up with something that is ridiculously obvious!
Seasons Eatings Farm
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From: "Marie Kamphefner" <kampy at grm.net>
To: "'Market Farming'" <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Monday, August 25, 2008 10:30 AM
Subject: [Market-farming] Naming the gardens...
> Regards to the list:
> Our farm has been in the family over 100 years. It was mortgaged from the
> time my grandfather bought the first 40 acres in the late 1800's until the
> 1940's when my mom and dad paid off their mortgage with strawberry sales. At
> one time they had 15 acres of strawberries. They had no phone, so they
> communicated with customers by post card. Cards would arrive in our mailbox
> addressed to The Strawberry Man, Tindall, MO. This was before any of the
> roads were named and the dirt road that goes by here became known as
> Strawberry Lane. So, when we bought the place, the name Strawberry Lane Farm
> seemed appropriate. We considered WYAO (Work Your A$$ Off) Farm, but decided
> it was too negative. People call it Strawberry Hill Farm a lot but we don't
> mind. We are hoping that strawberry sales will pay off our mortgage too.
> I would like to hear from Liz Pike on naming her various farms over the
> years. They sounded wonderful!
> Marie in Missouri where we've having fall weather already.
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