Wrenshall News: Farmers work through pandemic challenges
March 20, 2020
Our farm got panicked emails Sunday morning from the stores we supply, wondering if we could do a special delivery because they were all out of carrots and potatoes.
Enticed by a lunch in our 85-degree greenhouse, we were able to gather a crew of parents and neighbors together to pack about a thousand pounds of produce that afternoon to restock the shelves. At times like this when normal routines and work are disrupted, it’s nice to feel like you have a purpose. It’s important for us all to be able to maintain and develop a sense of connection.
As fewer and fewer people are engaged...