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13 June 2006

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Tana,
This is truly an amazing and informative post. Keep up the good work!

Wow! What a place. What a post. Thank you, as always, Tana, for your blog from the heart! Hope you had fun in Reno. : )

P.S. I'm not getting email notices anymore that tell me you have a new post up. : ( ??

I recently moved to Northern California (Sebastopol to be exact) from Seattle and found your amazing blog while doing some research about the raw milk I've been drinking since moving here (from Claravale Farm). The title of this entry caught my eye because I've been searching for a ranch with this philosophy within a reasonably close range from Sebastopol. In Seattle, I often bought meat and poultry from Skagit River Ranch (http://skagitriverranch.dyndns.org/). They have a beautiful farm in Northern Washington, and their practices are truly inspired.

I'm eager to read Jenny Kurzweil's book and wish beyond wish I could make it to your event on Thursday.Unfortunately, circumstances will not permit this time....

Now I'm off to read your entire blog! I'm on the edge of my seat.

I recently moved to Northern California (Sebastopol to be exact) from Seattle and found your amazing blog while doing some research about the raw milk I've been drinking since moving here (from Claravale Farm). The title of this entry caught my eye because I've been searching for a ranch with this philosophy within a reasonably close range from Sebastopol. In Seattle, I often bought meat and poultry from Skagit River Ranch (http://skagitriverranch.dyndns.org/). They have a beautiful farm in Northern Washington, and their practices are truly inspired.

I'm eager to read Jenny Kurzweil's book and wish beyond wish I could make it to your event on Thursday.Unfortunately, circumstances will not permit this time....

Now I'm off to read your entire blog! I'm on the edge of my seat.

Hi Tana,
Love your writing and of course, your pictures. It is not only great reading (my escape often from the madness of everyday), but a wonderful resource. Thank you for showing how things can be both beautiful and useful.
I need a favor, could you please give me the contact information for Deep Roots Farm. I need some help from them and it is a bit urgent.
Thank you.
Radhe

Love this blog. The content is great.
Owning a ranch is my dream.

Deirdre G

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