Looking Toward 2022

I just want to take a brief moment to say thank you to you, our customers, our program participants, our partners, and our supporters. Despite some significant challenges (staffing shortages, wet weather, a second year of a global pandemic…), we had a very successful year. We made the most dinner shares this year, sold the most latte’s, had the most education program participants, and conducted the most agriculture research trials (and soil tests) of any of our twenty years! The farm was buzzing throughout the season, thanks to people like you that believe in our farming practices and our mission.

Our twentieth year would not have been the year it was without the team here at Cedar Circle Farm. Our staff, from the morning harvesting crew, to the department managers, brought their energy, wisdom, and perseverance to a long season and are the force behind the wonderful experiences you have at Cedar Circle. I want to extend a sincere thank you to every employee of Cedar Circle Farm this year.

With Winter Solstice come and gone, each day bringing a little more sunshine builds more and more excitement for the upcoming season! We are growing our team with a new, year-round lead educator position and expanding our agriculture and research efforts with the help of a new Director of Agriculture. With the assistance of these new team members we are eager to bring more education offerings and to continue our work of building more resilient soils through regenerative production methods.

In 2022 we look forward to our continued collaborations in research, education, and community programming with our partner organizations like Willing Hands. As we plan for this coming year, we ask you to consider making a financial gift to Cedar Circle Farm and Education Center. Our first annual appeal ends today and we hope to have your support. Thank you for donating.

We wish you all a safe and happy New Year. We can’t wait to see you come May 1st, 2022!

All the best,
Eric Tadlock
Executive Director

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