Monday, March 21, 2011

Happy Trails...

Well folks, I'm shuttin' this party down for the time being. There are two reasons for this.

1) This community has plenty of farmers, community groups and individuals preaching about local agriculture these days. No need for redundancy.

2) Being a full-time parent and looking for employment doesn't allow enough time for me to do justice to this blog and the people, issues and events I attempt to promote and discuss with you.

The blog will remain "live" indefinitely and I may yet change my mind, but for now I suggest you all check out all of the chatter at Facebook, plant a garden, get involved with groups like Urban Abundance or the Gorge Grown Food Network, join the Vancouver Food Co-op and patronize Neighbors Market and the many awesome SW Washington Farmers' Markets. Also, there are still plenty of great links to active blogs and other resources here that are worth checking out, if you haven't already done so.

Please support local agriculture and local businesses. Thank you to everyone who has read, commented and supported Clark County Food & Farm these past few years.

See y'all around town!


  1. Too bad, I enjoyed this as a clearinghouse for information about upcoming events from different sources. Sorry to hear your personal struggles have gotten in the way, lots of people in the same boat. Good luck!

  2. Glenn! Say it isn't so!
    Selfish, I know, but we need this blog.

    ClarkFoodFarm has become an integral source of news for the food producers and eaters of Southwest Washington.

    Like a farmer harvesting root crops, you've consistently dug in and served up valuable info on all things farming.

    We need our food activist!

  3. But how will I know what my next step is Glenn?? First you planted the seed that grew into a marriage, you've fertilized and watered our business by sharing a good word, and now you've gone and turned me into a farmer . . . how will I know what the next step is?
    We love you and appreciate you more than you know. You are a true "brother in arms" my friend. Hope you find work soon, but keep enjoying those little ones every moment you can. Wild blessings for your every day . . . Laura & Bill. :o)