Adam's Heirlooms

Adam’s Heirlooms Listed in Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake Tribune features Adam’s Heirlooms and all the CSA farms in their article:  “New Utah community Ag program puts members to work”

This is a great article about the “Live & Thrive” program.  Members are learning to garden and in turn are able to take home organic produce.  Member-volunteers pay to learn and work on farms around the valley and share in the bounty.

Also listed are the many CSA’s available up & down the Wastach Front.

Check out the article and see Adam’s Heirlooms at the top of the list.

Images from the Live & Thrive program

 

(Al Hartmann  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  New members of Live and Thrive gardeners Emily Beckmann, left,  and Kayla Schmertz plant potatos in snowy weather Monday April 15.  Live and Thrive is unique.  Member-volunteers pay $100 to learn and work on farms around the valley and share in the bounty.                           (Al Hartmann  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)<br />
Gardening assistant Xiomara Bella, foreground shows a new group of gardeners with Live and Thrive the herbs and peas growing in it's Holladay 2 garden.  Despite the snow they later planted potatos.  Live and Thrive is unique.  Member-volunteers pay $100 to learn and work on farms around the valley and share in the bounty.<br />
                          (Al Hartmann  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)<br />
Peas are taking off at Live and Thrive's Holladay 2 garden on April 15. Live and Thrive is unique.  Member-volunteers pay $100 to learn and work on farms around the valley and share in the bounty.<br />

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