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News from the Farm (Updated April 2, 2014)
April 5-6, 2014 from 1-5pm
Doko Farm will be participating with self-guided tours, farmer-led tours that take you on pasture, and children's activities for the young and the young at heart. Do not forget your coolers! Our pasture-raised heritage meats will be available for sale at our farm stand. For more information about the tour, visit our Event's page
Volunteers still needed for the Midlands Farm Tour Volunteer one afternoon and tour farms on the other day for free! Other perks include a free t-shirt and spending a day at an awesome local farm with fun people! CFSA volunteers are needed on both days. Contact Vanessa Driscoll to sign-up. Last year, over 400 visitors toured Doko Farm, in just two days! We could not have pulled off such a feat without our amazing volunteers! Thank you! More information on volunteering with Doko Farm can be found be found here.
We are so proud of Joe and the work he is doing both on and off the farm! Joe was recently hired as the Principal Faculty of USC's Green Quad, where he brings sustainability home for USC students. Click here to read the article, by Chris Horn.
Recent winter storms resulted in some damage, at Doko Farm. The new sheep shelter roof, which was finished just ahead of our first round of snow, collapsed under six inches of snow and ice and several tree limbs fell. As the ice begins to melt, we will have some storm clean-up added to our list of projects. But along with it's challenges, the winter weather brought a quiet beauty to the farm. We have posted some of our winter photos on Facebook.
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