Loudoun students will enjoy another All-Star roster of farmer trading cards this spring, thanks to a strong collaboration between Loudoun Economic Development and the Loudoun County Public Schools’ Nutrition Services office.

The award-winning initiative, now in its sixth year, has become a favorite among students and farmers alike. This year, in addition to the physical cards, students will receive video messages from each of the featured farmers, showing them an educational aspect of farming. Hear from Farmer Yung Joon of Green Hills Garden and Nursery:

Farmer Yung Joon, Green Hills Garden and Nursery

Years in farming: 9 years.
Produces/Grows: Green Tea, Camellia, Korean Maple, and Japanese Maple.
Where to find your products: Local restaurants and tea shops.
What is fun about farming: Immense joy comes with germination of seeds and their growth.
What is something you’ve learned: True happiness is in nature — breathe deeply with it.
What is special about your farm: I am creating a Tea Garden with meditation path.
What inspired you to start: I found tranquility in my farm, which led me to farm green tea.