It’s been over a year since I started talking about how the PMC’s new website was just “right around the corner.” Turns out it took a lot longer than I thought it would. Nonetheless, here it is, in its first, most basic, iteration anyway. I’d like to thank Jason Blackheart for branding the PMC and helping me with design, and Cast Iron Coding, my twin brother’s company, for putting the whole thing together on their off-hours. I’d also like to thank everyone who’s patiently navigated my temporary site, ladebrouillard.com, while they waited for this “real” website to appear.
As with everything having to do with the PMC, this site is a work-in-progress. The Farmer’s page is still under construction, as I try to organize some semblance of a PMC MEAT CSA.
The Community page is also a work-in-progress. I’d like to see if people will want to use the Community page as a way to talk to each other about their own experiences butchering or curing meat. For now, we’ll control the content and posts, but users will be able to leave comments of their own. Eventually, perhaps it will make sense to have a multitude of people controlling and posting the content. Obviously if that happened, the format of the posts and comments would need to change.
The next step for the site is to figure out a more efficient way for people to sign up and pay for classes. That will be my first new focus for the site, moving forward.
As always, feedback is more than welcome! If you think this website could use other forms and resources and varieties of content let us know. If something’s not working, or, god forbid, we made some egregious spelling error that’s turned into an annoying bee in your bonnet, unburden yourself with the knowledge by telling us.
Thanks for everyone’s support.