On a much sadder note, it felt like we went through hell and highwater when disaster struck our tiny urban farm in November during a crazy storm. A massive tree came down across most of our gardens. In its wake destroying tons of fencing, our brand new Ozark Slow Food funded hoop house that we had just built the week before & our raised beds with our freshly planted organic heirloom garlic bulbs in for the season. I wasn't sure how we would recover until my sister started a gofundme for us. We were able to raise enough money to to restore everything before planting season this spring, thanks to our community!! In December we were named Ozark Natural Foods vendors of the month & had an article featuring our small business in the Nutshell, our co-op's monthly magazine. We are so honored to have such an outpouring if love & support from our local community. It really tells us that what we've chosen to do with ourselves, our true path, our passion is something we can achieve while making enough money to support our family. It's all we want & ask for & we thank you all for making it happen. I'll be back soon to share more tidbits of our lives and progression of our business! Love you all!