1 hr 1 min

Finding Community Through the Field with Loma Farm Fresh Exchange

    • Society & Culture

I have been lucky enough to connect and sit around many tables with Sara and Nic Theisen of Loma Farm and Farm Club so I knew when many of you asked to hear from them how wonderful and inspiring this conversation would be. The realities of being a farmer are always fascinating to me but being someone who has helped for a very very short stint one summer on their farm, I knew that Sara and Nic had built a special place at Loma. The community they have built from the ground up after moving from Colorado to Leelanau County, Michigan has been incredible to both participate in but to also witness as well.

Now they and their partners in the business Gary and Allison Jonas (also dear friends who also created popular Little Fleet) have launched a community-centered gathering place of food and drink that is literally nestled amongst some of the fields of Loma Farm. Launched during the heart of the pandemic it was one of the most beautiful and hopeful expressions in our community during a challenging time. It now is one of the hottest places to hang out in Traverse City and Leelanau County, but it isn't just because it is beautiful...there is a real sense of connection and community that is clear through what they have built.

This interview shows what it takes to build something out of passion, community, and hard work. To me, this interview connects why we need connection and how much it can change everything.

Learn more about Sara and Nic of Loma Farm below:
Loma Farm Website
Farm Club Website
Loma Farm Instagram
Farm Club Instagram
A Great Article about Loma Farm

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I have been lucky enough to connect and sit around many tables with Sara and Nic Theisen of Loma Farm and Farm Club so I knew when many of you asked to hear from them how wonderful and inspiring this conversation would be. The realities of being a farmer are always fascinating to me but being someone who has helped for a very very short stint one summer on their farm, I knew that Sara and Nic had built a special place at Loma. The community they have built from the ground up after moving from Colorado to Leelanau County, Michigan has been incredible to both participate in but to also witness as well.

Now they and their partners in the business Gary and Allison Jonas (also dear friends who also created popular Little Fleet) have launched a community-centered gathering place of food and drink that is literally nestled amongst some of the fields of Loma Farm. Launched during the heart of the pandemic it was one of the most beautiful and hopeful expressions in our community during a challenging time. It now is one of the hottest places to hang out in Traverse City and Leelanau County, but it isn't just because it is beautiful...there is a real sense of connection and community that is clear through what they have built.

This interview shows what it takes to build something out of passion, community, and hard work. To me, this interview connects why we need connection and how much it can change everything.

Learn more about Sara and Nic of Loma Farm below:
Loma Farm Website
Farm Club Website
Loma Farm Instagram
Farm Club Instagram
A Great Article about Loma Farm

If you loved this interview make sure to Subscribe to support us in getting more interviews and conversations like this on the podcast.

Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

1 hr 1 min

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