October 2, 2017

It's time to shake off those winter blues and get dirty.  The greenhouse is fired up and keeping our baby seedlings warm on these still too cold nights.  We've started most of our early crops, like broccoli, cabbage, kale and lettuce.  They're small, but cute.  With heat mats in place we've been able to start some of the warm season veggies too.   Just yesterday, Katie and I seeded the big hoophouse with rows of spring greens....spinach, lettuce mix, mustards, kale and those delicious white salad turnips called Hakurei.  They should start popping up next week. 

April 1st is traditionally our...

December 4, 2014

Dear members, 

This week, we welcome every member (bi-monthly and weekly) to come to the farm to pick up your final share.  Yes, we said it, the final share! Half shares will pick up a half share (bi-monthly included) and full shares will pick up a full share.


We hoped to continue harvesting for a couple more weeks, but the consistent sub-freezing temperatures have compromised the quality of our field crops. The hardiest greens, like kale and collards, are surviving well and their flavor has an enhanced sweetness. On the other hand, the tender greens, like lettuce and bok choy, have seen better days. This week, we'll be e...

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