Full of Gratitude

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It doesn’t need to be Thanksgiving in order to be full of gratitude.

Today we’d like to take a moment to express our gratitude as we go forward into a hectic and busy summer schedule.

 

Grateful for our new friends

We are grateful for all of our new friends at the farmer’s market, you might call them customers.

We have had many repeat “friends” coming back to us week after week and it is tremendously inspiring to see their smiling faces and to have their support.

“We’re so glad that you’re here!”

The enthusiasm for good bread being back at Adirondack Farmer’s Markets has been palpable.

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Grateful for the markets

We are also deeply indebted to our other new friends at the farmers market.

You might call them farmers, distillers, butchers, chefs, cheese makers, growers, crafters, potters, and artisans.

As first time market vendors, they have helped us in many ways and also made us feel welcomed into the farmers market community, which it truly is.

It is a tight knit family of vendors that all work together to help and promote each other’s businesses every opportunity they get.

From Willsboro to Lake Placid, Plattsburgh to Saranac Lake this has been our experience at area farmers markets.

It’s awesome to be a part of this amazing community of local food and arts lovers.

Grateful for the journey

As nascent small business owners, gratitude is something we feel most each and every day.

We’re happy to be able to continue doing what we’re doing.

The fact that our bread is making it’s way to tables and tummies across the Adirondacks is inspiring and also a privilege we don’t take lightly.

It takes a supportive community for any new business to thrive as well as keep up the momentum, especially in the start-up phase.

And we are very grateful for all of our new friends.

Buen provecho!

 

Triple Green Jade Farm
Triple Green Jade Farm

We're a small organic farm in the works for artisan bread, grass-fed dairy, farmhouse ales and more in the Adirondacks and Champlain Valley. From farm to table, we’re committed to practicing sustainable and ecological methods in every aspect on our small diversified farm.

  • Char Newman

    bought some of the dill cheese loaf today at the Plattsburgh farmers market – WONDERFUL.
    I make my own bread too, so I really appreciate the excellent crumb and flavor
    of your artisanal bread. So glad for what you are doing on the farm! Hope to visit soon.
    THANK YOU – BE BACK FOR MORE
    Char Newman
    Au Sable Forks, NY