Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Why Organic?


Are you kidding me? Organic? It's so expensive, right? Well, here's an encouraging reason to "GO ORGANIC!" Keep reading...
Our resources seem to have run out. Our stores are filled with all kinds of produce that has been sprayed with all kinds of poisons to protect us? How thoughtful they are...protect us from what? Well I don't want to pull open a large leaf of Romaine only to find some varment nesting there...DO YOU? Ok, now let's get real. It's either bugs or poison (causing cancer, along with all kinds of other ailments) what to do???
If you live here in AZ gardens are a bit harder to maintain, but I have been fortunate enough to get on board with a co op that trucks in organics from CA, as well as some that are grown right here in the valley. Let me tell you, the produce is amazing...take a look at the leafy Romaine above! If you are interested in ordering produce drop me an email...prices are also amazing! This head was only $3.
Just want to share the blessing!

4 comments:

bunchofbull-ers! said...

AMAZING! I miss having that opportunity. Though I'm sure there are organic farms around here, it is just so cheap with the CO-OP.
Anyway, I tagged you. Stop by & see.

Love ya.

Katie said...

Hi there,

I'm not a stalker, I found you through Becky the maid. How do I get in on your organic co-op? I haven't known anyone who does it in in AZ, just the midwest. If I can join the co-op somehow, could you go to my blog and email me at the bottom of one of my posts? (the envelope with the arrwo next to the comments.)

Thanks!

E+T=M5 said...

Hey Katie, couldn't get in on your blog site, here's the info. you need...hope you come back and find it. Thanks...T
First one is right here in the valley. Second one comes from CA. Just email them and ask to be added to the co op for produce.
wholeearthcsa@gmail.com
threeblessings@cox.net

K Power said...

Tonya,

Hey, coming from a farming family, growing a garden is a piece of cake compared to growing an entire field...Todd is getting ready to plant our summer vegs which this year will be okra & onions. Next year we'll get a little more exotic, he plans on creating raised bed gardens for my convenience, can't wait.

Krinda