They wanted to see the United States
beginning their journey in the Delta of Louisiana before arriving at Red Sunflower
through the WWOOF program. Chloe and Stephan helped in early May, planting lots of
tomatoes, peppers, basil, eggplant and okra.
When their time at the farm was through,
they headed to New York City, "couch surfing" for
places to stay with people instead of in hotels.
"Au Revoir, mes aimee!"
She wanted to work on a farm, but
she also wanted to find the place of her ancestors deep in the heart of Kentucky.
Rose worked with David planting other crops,
squash, celery, beans throughout the hot summer months.
We are eternally grateful to Rose for her creative bent,
which was critical to the creation of this beautiful website.
"Thank you, Rose!"
Her bright smile and caring hands have served the farm well.
She helped David plant cabbage, broccoli, collards, kale, daikons, and lettuce.
She picked beans, tomatoes, okra, and anything that was asked of her.
As Barry says of Megan and all the interns and volunteers who have come and gone:
"We will miss you."