Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Copper Moose Farm - Park City
Copper Moose Farm in Park City has asked us to make our Pasture Raised Meats (Beef, Pork, Lamb, Poultry) available to their customers and CSA members. We will be having our first meat pick up at their farm stand in October. The exact date will be forthcoming. The goal is to eventually have enough demand for a once a month meat delivery/pick up at their farm store. So if you live in the Park City area this will be a great opportunity to buy our products without driving down to Salt Lake City. Pass the word around to all of your friends and plan your first order!
If you would like to start a drop/pick up of meat closer to you let us know. We would need you and your friends and neighbors in the area to order a minimum amount of meat & eggs.
Daisy Fair who runs the farm invited us up for a tour this spring. Shawnee wasn't able to make it as she was working at Primary Children's Hospital on that day so Saffron and Samira's Grandpa got to come instead (Danny's dad Garry). What a treat it was for us to see and partner with such a marvelous local farm in the middle of the mountains of Utah!
Saffron, Grandpa & Samira checking out the tractor with one of the garden areas and the ski slopes of the Canyons in the background.
Danny, Saffron & Samira in front of the amazing passive solar building on the farm.
Inside the building.
The two greenhouses on the farm and a couple more outdoor gardens.
Daisy introduced us to a couple of her staff while showing us around the farm. Todd was working on the greenhouses.
Brian working on the farm gardens.
So when you get a chance check out the Copper Moose Farm website and blog. Daisy and her team have been doing a wonderful job of providing local, organic, delicious vegetables to Park City area residents and restaurants for years. If you live in the area make sure and check out their CSA options or just stop by and pick up some veggies at their farm stand.
The farm has a small flock of hens and the girls loved checking out the new pullets.
And finally, over at the new farm stand Saffron found a friend.