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Posted on: April 14, 2014


Runamuk--of course is a farm--they plan to offer pasture-raised meats, nursery stock (to fill the gap left by the closing of the Blackwell Hill Nursery), and of course bees and bee-related products.

But Runamuk is much more than that--they are working to establish an integrated pollinator conservation and sustainable living center here. With a myriad of wildflower meadows and bee-pastures, connected by a network of walking paths. The center will be complete with a picnic area and an education center so that they can offer workshops, agri-tourism events, and more.

It's going to be great for the Madison-Anson area. And they have the support of people like Ernie and Gwen Hilton, and their county's representative--Ann Dorney--as they move forward with out farm expansion. They are so excited!

I would like to share the link to the RUNAMUNK crowdfunding campaign with you: and the promotional youtube video they put together: so that you and those you work with or are friends with can see what's coming up in the area. Runamuk is going to do great things for the community. I hope you will take a moment to pass the links along and share the news.

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