Can you feel it? That almost-spring, something-is-around-the-corner-but-I-cannot-put-my-finger-on-it feeling?
The bees can. And the goats. And the school-aged children crawling up the walls.
Thankfully, we have a little something for all of them!
Fall a little (or a lot!) in love with bees before they even begin pollinating this year's crops by taking to heart the the five bee-friendly tips in February's Five Spot. Read all about (and then go taste!) the amazing goat milk dairy products from Red Barn Farmstead. And parents of little ones will not want to miss the return of the birds (and special Valentine's Day crafts) at Co-op For Kids Tuesdays. Even Eartha and Beartha are featured in this collection, speaking for all that happens beneath the ground (or in this case, under their big lids) to bring spring, new life and growth into being.
The Moscow Food Co-op Board has been busy preparing a little spring surprise for you with a film on farmworkers scheduled for April. And if you are getting the itch to try something new right now, take a saunter onto the University of Idaho Campus and visit our NEW satellite location (look inside this issue to find out what people are saying)!
Though there's more winter yet to come, there's plenty of fodder here for the seasons ahead. Curl up in front of a fire with this month's issue while you dream and plan for the warmer months.
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