As we continue pulling out our Winter crops for Winter markets, our late Fall share, and for storage (we have almost 3,000 pounds out, with more to go!), colder temperatures are preparing to settle in. We always feel a bit pressed for time when the colder nights arrive, especially after daylight savings, when there never seems to be enough daylight for everything we have planned. Tunnels need to be finished, more crops need to be covered, and so much more still needs to come
Many think the farming season ends with the first hint of coldness in the air. While this makes it much harder to farm, the season does go on. We bundle up in layers, and work on getting all of our tender greens (kale, chard, lettuce, salad mix) covered with hoops, plastic, and weighed down with sandbags for our Winter markets and Late Fall share. Our high tunnels are filled with salad mix, spinach, December bunched carrots, radishes, and more.
Storage crops are coming out
This week marks the final week of our 2017 main farm share season and what a season it's been! While every growing season has it's ups and downs we are so happy that we could offer you more produce then ever before. This has been the rainiest Summer we've ever seen and growing organically through that weather can be very challenging. As we deal with more uncertain weather in the years to come we are constantly innovating in order to be able to provide you all with the best p
We are thrilled to open up our CSA signup today to all of our members for 2018! As always, we offer 5% off the cost of all of our point based shares and 5% extra added to all of our market share accounts as a thank you for signing up early. Early bird signup ends November 30th.
This means that our half share: normally $400, is $380 until the end of November. Full Share: normally $700 is $660 until the end of November. Individual Share: normally $250 is $237.50 until the end
“Food, a French man told me once, is the first wealth. Grow it right, and you feel insanely rich, no matter what you own.”
“Cook things, eat them with other people. If you can tire your own bones while growing the beans, so much the better for you.”
“So there I was eating haute cuisine in a mobile home. He cooked for me as seduction, a courtship, so that I'd never again be impressed with a man who simply took me out to dinner. And I fell in love with him over a deer's li