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Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

As we work our way through this episode in history, life on the farm goes on as usual. COVID-19 is a uniquely human experience. To that end, we, along with Brick Farm Market, Brick Farm Tavern and Red Barn Milk Company, have partnered with Working Meals, a branch of The Decency Foundation, to raise funds for displaced workers and frontline workers in the Hopewell Valley. Already we have raised enough to provide weekly groceries to displaced workers from Brick Farm Tavern, Brick Farm Market, Blue Bottle Cafe and Tomatello's Latin Cuisine. And our list is growing, along with the need.

If you would like to learn more about Working Meals or The Decency Foundation, please visit The Decency Foundation.

We hope you are safe and well and that you have someone looking out for you, too.


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