Month: January 2006

Wednesdays are FULL

Hello and Good Afternoon. This is my first entry on our blog, so pardon my excitement.Well, after fielding many a phone call in the past two days and getting a literal “haul” at the post office today, we are officially full for our Wednesday CSA pickups. We only have about 8 spots left for our Read More …

First Come First Serve For New CSA Participants

Today we opened up the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program to new participants. At this time we have about 50 of last years 72 participants returning. We have also updated our CSA web page with all new information including a revamped list of “Crops We Grow” and a Frequently Asked Questions page. This year our Read More …

Saving Seeds in January

Our crew of growers were out in the fields 3 out of 5 days last week. They were busy collecting seed from 3 different varieties of basil as well as seed from summer savory. They also harvested the remaining purple top turnips. These turnips are being stored in a cool dry place until mid-March. We Read More …

Winter Harvest

It was actually in the 60s again today. This photo was taken back in December of our farmer, Adrienne, harvesting kale! This past fall we ran a small “extended” CSA as a “pilot” to see if winter harvesting could be a viable way to expand our programs. As you can see here we were successful Read More …