Friday, August 20, 2021

Those in front of us

In case you thought it was over... the food deliveries continue daily from the farm.  

sergey out on deliveries from the farm
Sergey out on deliveries from the farm 

Now that we have produce from the gardens and honey from the bees, we are able to get a lot more bang for the buck with the food hampers. 

We will continue at this pace for some time yet before we turn our attention to the coal .  If we can get in early, and bag it on the farm  we can purchase coal for about $15 or $20 a ton cheaper . That could be a savings of over $2500.   If you would like to help with this, we are taking donations for this now .   This will be especially important this year as the drought conditions will likely impact the electricity this winter . The reservoirs are low and the ability to produce electricity will be effected. 

It just seems like the difficulties will never end, but if we can stay proactive rather the reactive,  we will be better able to serve those placed  in front of us. 

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