It was fun having out to take some pictures of “typical” farming activities… we picked berries, gave our gorgeous bell peppers their time in the spotlight, and played with the chickens.
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Sarah Waybright and Pam Jones are friends and farmers who together founded and run Gathering Springs Farm.
They met in 2017 whilst working at the local stalwart sustainable farm, Potomac Vegetable Farms. They were both working at PVF for similar reasons, to learn more about where their food comes from and how it should be grown for optimum health. But they both had very different journeys getting there...
Sarah grew up on a dairy farm in Pennsylvania and earned her Bachelor’s degree at Franklin & Marshall College in 2006, a Master of Science (MS) in Human Nutrition at Drexel University in 2010, and a dietetic internship through Utah State University’s distance program to become a Registered Dietitian (RD). A longtime DC resident, she has been featured by many Washington media outlets, including the Washington Post, The Express, DCRefined, WUSA9 and as a regular contributor to ABC7’s Good Morning Washington. She’s also been featured by local bloggers including fANNEtastic Food, Boderstan, and LadiesDC and health websites including The Active Times and SheKnows. She has appeared as a guest on the podcasts Foodie & the Beast, Beautiful Life Self Care, and RD Real Talk.
It was Sarah’s love for food, cooking and learning that lead her to farming, firstly as market staff at 78 Acres Farm and then as a farm apprentice at Potomac Vegetable Farms.