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Marin Sun Farms

David Evans is the founder and owner of Marin Sun Farms, an extension of his family’s farming heritage. The mission of Marin Sun is to actively participate in the creation of a more sustainable food model and an agrarian culture that restores, conserves, and maintains the productivity of our landscape and the health of its inhabitants.  Evans produces local, pasture based food, raising 100% grass fed beef, lamb, goat, pork, and chickens on his ranch properties in Marin County, and co-produces livestock with other ranches within the Bay Area food shed.  Livestock raised with fresh air, sunshine, and fresh pasture, produce the highest quality, best tasting meats.  On Marin Sun Farms, livestock grazes in planned rotations that mimic natural processes on the landscape—providing the disturbance, nutrients, and rest/recovery needed to build soil, enhance biodiversity, and harvest solar energy.  Livestock feeds on this pasture, converting stored solar energy within pasture plants into delicious and nutritious meats.

 

 

Marin cows dog and Dave
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POSTED BY missionpie ON February 27, 2013 IN Our Sources.

2 Responses to “Marin Sun Farms”

  1. September 03, 2013 at 12:34 pm, Daniel van der Starre said:

    Dear Madam/Sir,

    I’d like to interest you for our Agritourism formula called Feather Down Farms. We cooperate with biodynamic and organic farms who like to host and educate families with small children about where their food comes from. We’re looking for farmers, especially in California, who might be interested in joining our program. Please let me know if we could discuss a cooperation.

    Kind regards,

    Daniel van der Starre
    Tel: 650-919-4346

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    • October 24, 2013 at 11:33 pm, missionpie said:

      Hello Daniel. We are a bakery and restaurant and not a farm, so I’m afraid we can’t help you directly. I can recommend some California organizations that might be able to help you to connect to farms: the Community Alliance with Family Farmers and the Ecological Farming Association.
      Best,
      Karen

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