As part of a fundraising event recently for The Ceres Project, we hosted a “Mystery Tour” of 25 people who crawled the back roads of Sonoma County to learn, taste, and enjoy some baby goat love at Redwood Hill Farm! Thanks to Lorelei for the lovely blog post and pictures from a simply wonderful afternoon for all.
We are honored to donate probiotic kefir and yogurt to the meals program each week applaud founder Cathryn Couch, founder, for caring so deeply about local community.
Cathryn shared Lorelei’s blog post with us recently with this wonderful note of thanks to Redwood Hill Farm:
“Hi everyone, Please accept my deepest gratitude on behalf of everyone at Ceres for the contribution that you made to Saturday’s Sumptuous Sonoma tour. You went above and beyond to create an extraordinary experience for our guests – who are still sending us notes about how blown away they were by the day and by the work that each of you are doing. The guests were so moved to know that each of you are a vital partner in our work, and it gave them a deep experience of the power of our community. One of our guests blogged about the day, and I want to share that with you as there are great photos!
Thank you again for being part of our family at Ceres, and for all of the ways that your partner with us to make a difference in the lives of our clients and the teens we work with. I’m honored! Warmly, Cathryn”
We love the Ceres Project model:
“To build healthy communities by restoring fresh, whole and organic food to its place as the foundation of health, and by connecting people in heart-centered ways to themselves, others and the earth.”
Looking for a great cookbook
…to give or just to learn about the healing power of food & community? Second edition of the Ceres “Nourishing Connections Cookbook” is available! We have a copy at Redwood Hill and I find myself picking it up often when looking to be inspired for a creative nourishing meal or from the heartwarming writing on improving my own diet. The links & resource section are wonderful as well.
Has The Ceres Project touched your life in some way? I would love to hear your thoughts, please share your comments.