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Enjoy the Journey Already

By the time we arrived at Yellow Bird Farm near Woodbury, TN we felt like seasoned WWOOFers. Farm rhythms had seeped into our lives (even though we never acquired the habit of waking early to feed and water the animals – which I now regret.) I finally felt confident that I knew a lot about […]

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Farming or Vacation?

Well, hell…I am so far behind on my blog posts about our farm visits (and it doesn’t help that I keep taking time to research and write my article, Where Our Food Comes From) but I’ll try and get us caught up while still giving each farm visit its fair shake. Mid-July, we left upstate New […]

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Onward…to Lady Liberty

  All-in-all, we spent five weeks in Kentucky and left with a rebuilt motor for the Schwartz and Mattie’s broken leg on the mend. During our final week in Independence, KY, Anastasia and I made a couple trips over the Ohio River into Cincinnati. We visited the Newport Aquarium which hosts the largest collection of […]

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What a night!

We are thrilled that everyone had such a great time at the Good Foot Project Launch party! (See pictures below and more here.) It was a crazy fun celebration with great music, stunning art and terrific friends; we couldn’t be happier! Now, we need to get down to work and we need your help. We have […]

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Kickin’ It Off: On The Good Foot!

Consider yourself invited! (invitation) Saturday, March 9 from 5-11pm Admission is FREE but we ask that you consider grabbing one of the groovy perks from our IndieGoGo page. Plus, all IndieGoGo contributions qualify you for ONE FREE raffle ticket for Perception #3, a signed and mounted digital print by JC Jaress. RSVP: anastasia@goodfootproject.com  or text […]

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Did Someone Say Launch Party?! Oh, yeah.

Wow!  This has been one busy week at Good Foot Project – a big thanks to all our friends and family who stepped in to make it happen! This past week we booked 10 farm stays between late May and October of this year. We start with two in Kentucky, plus a visit to a […]

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