A few weeks ago, we launched the Florida Strawberry Festival in a big way.
We brought together a number of local growers, as well as international growers, to take advantage of the festival’s sunny weather, and to bring their product to consumers.
That meant bringing in a diverse and passionate crop of growers, including the likes of New York City’s Big Green.
Today, we’ve expanded the festival with a brand new festival that’s bringing together all sorts of producers and enthusiasts to showcase their offerings.
From growers, it’s growers, from the urban farmer, to the suburban farm and even the tropical farmer.
From the urban farm, it might be a farmer from New Jersey.
It’s farmers from the Northeast and Midwest.
It might be farmers from Florida and the Caribbean.
And it’s farmers all across the United States.
The festival’s first day, September 3, is now closed to the public, and the festival is still open to everyone on September 10th.
We’re very excited to share with you what’s been happening at the festival and the other farmers in our region.
The New York Times article on the festival includes some photos of the vendors and the products being showcased.
I have a few photos to share that we’re excited about sharing with you today, including one of a small family of strawberry plants.
This family is from New York and was brought to FL to be part of the Strawberry Festival, which is a really cool idea for a local farm, but it’s not something that we’ve been interested in doing for a long time.
We were actually going to start this farm up a couple of years ago and then the market dried up and we had to find other ways to grow the strawberries.
So we’ve done some research and decided that we wanted to bring the farm in and we were going to do it ourselves, and we did a lot of research, and when we found the right farm, we brought them in.
The farmers are very well-respected.
They’ve been growing strawberries in the Midwest for a few years and they’ve brought the farm to FL and are really happy with it.
It feels very natural.
They’re really happy and happy to be able to bring this farm into their community.
This is the first farm to be open, but the next farm will be opening later this year.
We really want to showcase the strawberries that are coming out of this farm, and they’re really amazing, so we’re very proud of the farmers.
We’ve already been talking to other farmers who want to grow strawberries in this region.
And this year we’re looking to do things a little bit differently.
We wanted to take a little more time and think about what it would be like to do a farm from scratch and to grow your own strawberries, and then have a farm with a couple other farmers that would be the starting point for us to expand to more farms and then open up a whole new farm.
This next stage is a little different than what we’ve ever done.
The first stage of the strawberry farm was actually about two years ago.
It was the beginning of an agreement between the farmer and the local community.
We came together and we started working with a local producer that we know, because he’s a farmer, and he was kind of on the fence about whether or not to grow it, because we were just so far away from it.
But we really wanted to grow our own strawberries.
And we wanted him to grow some of our strawberries in Florida.
And I think that was kind in keeping with what we wanted the farm and the farmers in the community to look like.
So he did grow some strawberries, which were really awesome.
He grew them in the Florida sun, which was a really fun experience, and it was also a way to showcase some of the fruit that we have.
So that was a great step for us, because it was really fun for us and it also gave us a really unique opportunity to showcase our produce and grow it in the summertime.
This year, we have about 60 people on the farm, so that’s a really good number of people to showcase your produce.
But there’s also some of it that’s grown on the property that is actually going for free.
And so, as a farm, you can get the produce for free if you want it, and you can also get the strawberry for free, and if you are a small business owner that is a great opportunity to make a little extra money and you’re doing it with someone that you’re really familiar with.
So, that’s really cool.
It has been an amazing journey for us.
And when you see the farmers, they look so happy and healthy, and all of the different types of produce that they grow is amazing.
We actually have some people from other states that we worked with that have come to the farm this year and they are also really happy to have their produce brought into their home.
And then they bring their produce into their own home