Apricot (Prunus armeniaca) a juicy, soft fruit of an orange-yellow colour resembling a small peach. Apricots are native to Armenia, although it is believed that Apricots may have originated in China. The fruit is widely cultivated in Mediterranean and Central Asia. The largest producer of Apricots is Turkey. The seeds of apricot called kernels have […]
Jasmine is a shrub that belongs to the olive family. It is widely & best known for its sweet fragrance and mostly cultivated for its ornamental value & the strong fragrance. The fragrance becomes stronger after the sun sets. Jasmine plants can be erect, climbing or spreading depending on the species. Similarly, some species of […]
Hibiscus is a delicate plant that is mostly known for its beauty. It is commonly grown in home and kitchen gardens as a beautiful ornamental plant with flowers in pleasing & vibrant colors. There are several hundred species of hibiscus, many of which are traditionally used for medicinal & beauty applications. Traditional Uses of Hibiscus […]
Monsoons come as a welcome break from the summer heat but also bring a number of challenges for your skin. Dry and chapped lips, sore skin, oily skin, pimples, infections, zits etc. are common skin issues during monsoons. Here are some natural Skin Care remedies that you can try at home and have your skin […]
The rainy season is here! Alas, the summer heat is taking a back seat and making way for the rains to cool down the temperature. For you to enjoy this monsoon season thoroughly, you need to take care of your skin and hair to stay away from problems that you could face in the monsoon […]
The monsoon season is here and it is time to enjoy rains and a cooler climate. What is the fun of getting wet and dancing in the rain if you end up with skin problems? The combination of humidity and heat leading to constant sweating as well as drying of sweat can cause a host […]
Monsoon Skin Care Remedies
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Rondriso Farms General Store and Pumpkin Patch
is a traditional family farm, committed to naturally-raised
beef and pesticide-free produce.
Welcome to Rondriso Farms! We’re Ron and Pam Tamis and we own and operate our farm, general store, and pumpkin patch along with our three boys and our dog, Cooper. We are proud to run a small-scale farm. We believe that growing a wide range of crops allows us to maintain the integrity of our land and the food we grow. Our farm is truly sustainable, and that’s good for our family and yours.
The Tamis family has been farming in Surrey since 1958. We took over operation of the farm in 2002, starting out with 11 cows and 1000 bales of hay. Over the years, we’ve added a pumpkin patch, sweet corn, potatoes, squash, and a variety of other vegetables. In 2008, Ron quit his job at a large-scale farm and we’ve been working our land full-time ever since.
Farming is a family affair. All of us help out on the farm, including the boys. The best part about having a small-scale sustainable farm is that we can make a living for our family and do it together.
We’ve come a long way since 2002. We sell our produce at our General Store and at local Farmers Markets and we run our Localicious Produce Box program throughout the summer, fall, and winter. We raise chickens and Simmental cattle. And every October, our Pumpkin Patch is open to the community.
We’d love you to come for a visit and experience family farming at its best!
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Online shopping has become a popular way to purchase items without encountering the hassles of traffic and crowds. However, the internet has its own risks, so it’s important to protect yourself when shopping online. Here are some tips: Beware email requests.Legitimate businesses don’t send emails asking for personal data, but hackers often do. Pay with credit cards online.Most credit cards.
There is POWER IN NUMBERS! Our MAILHANDLERS UNION was on the front lines fighting for equality. Check out the video and witness our commitment to the fight. You should recognize some faces from Local 306
The last order of business at any NPMHU National Convention is always selecting a site for the next quadrennial convention. Under the rules governing the 2016 National Convention, delegates were able to submit, on or before 5:00 p.m. on August 24, any location covered by the 37 Local Unions for consideration by the delegates. This year, seventeen submissions were made.
Survey on young voters’ preferences NOW ON-LINE The new survey that shows young voters favor political mail over other forms of political advertising is now online. The report, which was recently released, can be downloaded from the Postal Service’s Deliver the Win site. Conducted by USPS and the American Association of Political Consultants, the study shows 42 percent of young.
Take advantage of the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance (FEGLI) Open Season. For the first time in 12 years, as a FEGLIeligible employee you can enroll in or increase your FEGLI coverage for yourself and eligible dependent family members – without answering any medical questions or having a physical examination. All career employees are eligible to participate. Almost everyone needs.
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