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subscribing SQP CSA Members
and their families,
SQP CSA's Independent Co-Producers
and their families
for a wonderful
first six (6) years together!
Our 6th anniversary together as a CSA was
celebrated last year, June 2015.
McKinney, TX 75071
|Above and below are pics of 2 of our members' Crop Boxes,
each containing a fresh produce distribution of
One and one-half (1 & 1/2) 2012 Summer Shares.
The one below has potatoes hiding under the tomatoes
with an Add-on: Desert Creek Honey's One lb. Honey Jar.
to see you all
Yes we are still
One Share costs $125 and
contains five (5) prepaid
scheduled and prepared
For weekly service please
purchase two (2) Shares.
A "Tiny" Share offered in
order for you to help us
grow quick enough to
sooner be able to include
you and your family,
co-workers, etc... in our
next "Upcoming" season.
necessary for "Future"
Click here for details.
Our Spring/Summer 2016
Shares are being offered
First to our "Charter"
Members & "Returning"
Members. As always, we
welcome back and will
make a spot for any
Next to our "Future"
Share Holders that wish
to now become Members
& purchase a 2016 Share.
Then to our "Current"
Members' referral(s) for
new membership". Then
any and all remaining
Share(s) will gladly be
offered to inquiring
Coming very soon... 2016 update to
Farmer Penny's Post
|Braley's well house before and after!
The well is approx. 100 yrs. old.
|Yes, there really is a place named Squeezepenny.
It is a rural Collin County, Texas community.
It is home!
|Do you see who I see?
|SSF's Brussell Sprouts
well top was built
over 36 yrs. ago!
upgrade over 4
|There are several variances of disclaimers and common phrases that
cautions or even warns those who invest in the agricultural
commodities markets and/or their products.
To borrow just a snip-it from one,
There is always risk involved with trading futures and options.
True enough but this farmer puts an eco twist on everything.
So I came up with,
'The only clear option is to not be involved in trading away our
children's futures at any risk!'
Meaning I strongly believe that we can only decide to waste or fail for
our own generation and must instead protect the resources and rights
of our next generations to have their own fair chance to prosper.
We need to make sure that there is plenty of land with enough
grass left for our future generations to live, work, play,
produce and prosper on!
|The old well house rebuilt 3 yrs. ago.
Now it's Farmer Penny's Wishing Well.
|Of course it works, just look below
I wished for more citrus trees!
|Farmer Penny & her mom.