2023 By the Numbers

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MoSo Farm

posted on

January 28, 2024

Hello friends and family,

We thought we’d take a page from the non-profit book and create our first farm annual report! After all, regenerative farms like ours create many social and environmental impacts that are worth documenting.

While CJ thinks more often of the future and the exciting possibilities to come, Molly often lingers on the past and the many memories worth reliving. You’ll find both of us in these pages, as we reflect on the major year that was 2023 and as we strategize for growth in 2024.

Below is one of our favorite pages! Read the full report to see shoutouts, save-the-dates, and what’s in store for us (and you!) this year. Download the full report here.

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