Newsletter – December 2015

Newsletter – December 2015

 

 

Dear Santa …

What a wonderful year! We’ve all been very, very good.  Please have your elves stop by these veteran-operated farms and food companies to fill your sleigh this year.

Siri Alpaca Yarn

Old Homestead Alpacas – 253-232-2853

https://www.etsy.com/shop/OldHomesteadAlpaca

$4.50/oz or $30/skein, a variety of colors & blends.

Siri Alpaca yarn is known as the finest, silkiest fleece available.

The Magic of Mead

Golden Coast Mead
http://www.goldencoastmead.com/imported-products/
$45 set of 3 bottles, a variety of flavors

We want our meads to drink like a refreshing ale or invigorating sparkling wine, we want them to spread mirth, and arouse people to the beauty of life.

Superfood Hot Sauce

DANG!!! Hot Sauce
http://foragermikes.com/order-now/
$30 for a set of 3 flavors. 
Free shipping within U.S. 

Raw, organic hot sauces: Maca, Spirulina & Mesquite

Sauces with exuberant taste and quality, while maintaining the highest beneficial integrity of the food.

Farmer & Larder

Restaurant, retail shop & culinary classes
http://www.farmerandlarder.com
$35-55 specialty cooking classes 

Farm-to-table at its best, home-grown food from their historic family farm combined with culinary alchemy in coastal Georgia.

Alpaca Finery

http://www.riverhillranch.us/shop-river-hill-ranch/
$10-$300 gift items, hand-raised and crafted.

Socks, mittens, hats, scarves, shawls, saddle pads and rugs are all woven from fine Siri Alpaca fleece. Try some delcious and lean alpaca meat.

Ground Ops DVD & Field Manual

805-640-1133
http://groundoperations.net/store/
$20 personal home use DVD & Field Manual
$100 donate DVD & Field Manual to a veteran center, with a Community Screening License for their professional use.

Our new eco-packaging includes The Ground Operations Field Manual, a 12-page resource guide with links to veteran-operated training farms, the Farmer Veteran Coalition, Homegrown by Heroes label, funding, farmland & more.

 

 

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