gather and grow

Homegrown, hand-spun living in the city

Hello friends! I’m hopping over here from my new enterprise, Project Grounded, to share our biggest news yet.

Project Grounded is dedicated to connecting urban and suburban folks to regenerative, beyond-organic agriculture that restores soil health on farmlands and, by doing so, helps to stabilize our climate.

There’s only been one problem: How can you actually participate in this incredibly exciting movement if you’re not a farmer? How can you actually start eating and tasting some of this climate-change-reversing, ecosystem-restoring food? There are no “regenerative” aisles in our grocery stores; there is no label or certification yet to help you identify such products (although one is in the works); and to track them down one by one from various farms and brands around the country is time-consuming and inconvenient, to say the least (I know, because I’ve been doing it for the last year!). There isn’t even an online store dedicated to regeneratively produced goods.

Until now.

We’re in the process of launching an innovative monthly subscription box, Grounded Goods, that brings to you high-quality shelf-stable products sourced only from regenerative farms and producers.

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We do the legwork for you, so you can make daily choices that are life-sustaining for you and the planet without having to earn a Ph.D. reading ingredients lists on grocery store aisles.

Grounded Goods opens up for orders in early 2018, and the first boxes ship in February. We’re only accepting 100 subscribers for the first month, so get on the email list here and you’ll be the first in line to hear when we launch!

I’m giddy with excitement. The products we’ve found for the boxes are off the charts amazing, and I can’t wait to share them with everyone. They bring the regenerative farming revolution — and hence the smell of healthy soil, and hope — to your doorstep.

 

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