SECRETS REVEALED!

Though this post title sounds like something from a show on network TV chances are that at tonight’s event Farmer D will spill “the beans” on what (one) of our latest project is.

A project that has been keeping us up nights and working long hours.  A project that we are passionate about and will, we hope, continue our work towards food security & sovereignty.

Now, if you are one of our online readers who can’t attend this evening’s event don’t feel bummed.  I will be posting details very, very soon.

:: Field Hand Appreciation :: CK $25, MR $25 (and card!), JC $40, GM $50 and JP $5

Your donations are greatly, greatly appreciated and are being invested in our new project coming in 2009.  Stay tuned!

Comments(12)

  1. beckyl says:

    Wow, look at those beautiful beans! What variety are they Anais?

    Thank you for all your work. Looking forward to your news 🙂

  2. beckyl says:

    Wow, look at those beautiful beans! What variety are they Anais?

    Thank you for all your work. Looking forward to your news 🙂

  3. Andrea says:

    My momma said it’s not nice to keep secrets LOL

    Happy Holidays
    Andrea

  4. Andrea says:

    My momma said it’s not nice to keep secrets LOL

    Happy Holidays
    Andrea

  5. anita says:

    Hi Anais,
    The suspense is killing me!!!
    Anita

  6. anita says:

    Hi Anais,
    The suspense is killing me!!!
    Anita

  7. altadenahiker says:

    Ok, we’ll guess. My guess: Something to do with heirloom seeds or seedlings?

  8. altadenahiker says:

    Ok, we’ll guess. My guess: Something to do with heirloom seeds or seedlings?

  9. Nick says:

    Based on the picture’s name I guessed they are yard beans, and Google says:

    Yard Beans
    Thua Chin

    Sometimes called snake beans, this thin, pliable bean belongs to the same family as the black eye pea and widely grown in China and Southeast Asia. The beans are harvested when they reach between 12-18 inches and are usually added to stirfries and curries. To prepare, choose firm beans with small peas, top and tail and cut into 5cm (2 inch) lengths. Good substitutes are fine beans or French beans.

  10. Nick says:

    Based on the picture’s name I guessed they are yard beans, and Google says:

    Yard Beans
    Thua Chin

    Sometimes called snake beans, this thin, pliable bean belongs to the same family as the black eye pea and widely grown in China and Southeast Asia. The beans are harvested when they reach between 12-18 inches and are usually added to stirfries and curries. To prepare, choose firm beans with small peas, top and tail and cut into 5cm (2 inch) lengths. Good substitutes are fine beans or French beans.

  11. risa b says:

    SOME beans!!
    We have some, not as long, flatter, good flavor, we got from a friend’s grandmother …

    So when do you tell us about the picture, Anais?

  12. risa b says:

    SOME beans!!
    We have some, not as long, flatter, good flavor, we got from a friend’s grandmother …

    So when do you tell us about the picture, Anais?

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