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A Year of No Sugar

It’s dinnertime. Do you know where your sugar is coming from? A Year of No Sugar, a memoir by Eve O. Schaub. The mother of two school aged daughters and a lover of sugar decides to do the impossible….live a year with out sugar. After watching a Youtube video called “Sugar; The Bitter Truth” Eve…

Posted on July 10, 2014 to

Lady Moon Farms is First Produce Company to Join Whole Kids Foundation As A Growing Healthy Kids Supplier Partner

Lady Moon Farms is excited to announce a partnership with Whole Kids Foundation to improve the nutrition of America’s children through salad bars and school gardens. The company encourages healthy eating habits and the exploration of edible gardens among school-age children. Lady Moon Farms is the first produce company to join the circle of Growing…

Posted on June 13, 2014 to

Lady Moon Farms Raises $10,790 for PASA

For the sixth year in a row, Lady Moon Farms has been proud to be a part of the Four Seasons Produce Inc.’s Earth Day promotion to raise money for Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA). PASA works together to bring farmers together to learn from each other and to build relationships between those farmers…

Posted on June 4, 2014 to

Words from Tom… Coalition of Immokalee Workers

Prompted by The New York Times article on April 25, 2014, titled “In Florida Tomato Fields, a Penny Buys Progress,” Lady Moon Farms founder Tom Beddard wanted to share a few of his thoughts on the amazing work the Coalition of Immokalee Workers has done since 1993 and his decision to be the first Florida…

Posted on April 28, 2014 to

The Veggie Project With 5th Grade Students

Lady Moon Farms talks to fifth grade students about vegetables After the great experience we had visiting middle school students we wanted to talk to a younger group. We found a fifth grade class that allowed us to stop by and ask a few questions. We wanted to learn more about how the students felt…

The Dirty Life

Looking for a great read to settle in for the winter? Kristin Kimball’s “The Dirty Life”, is farm fantastic. A true story about a Manhattan writer and Harvard graduate. While on a writing assignment she meets Mark, a farmer with very clear organic ideas on farming. How does a 13 year vegetarian fall for a…

Posted on December 2, 2013 to