Month: November 2009

2009 Slide Show

We hope you’ll enjoy this slide show from the 2009 growing season. Thanks to the over 500 volunteers who helped on and off the farm last year. Over the next month or so we will be posting lots of photos in this slideshow format- please let us know what you think so that we can Read More …

Extended Season Harvest 5

This is our last week of the extended season, and a beautiful week it is shaping up to be! We are so happy to have had the chance to share this extended season with so many of our CSA members and though we are sad to see it end, we are looking forward to taking Read More …

Extended Season Harvest 4

Check out the newsletter to find out what we’ve been up to in the fields this week! Extended season is winding down- next Wednesday, November 18th is our fifth and final pick up- and we are preparing the fields for the winter season. In the meantime, however, the greens patch is gorgeous and we hope Read More …

Composting, closer to home

Wondering what you’ll do with that bucket full of kitchen scraps now that the CSA season and the bucket exchange are winding down for the winter? Montgomery County’s Division of Solid Waste Services offers compost containers at no cost to its residents! Click here to find out more about where you can get your bin, Read More …

What do Farmers give out to Trick or Treaters?

About a hundred pounds of bright pink turnips. In addition to getting together our regular harvest for extended season CSA, this past week the crew also picked over 200 pounds of surplus turnips from the beds! The jewel-toned Scarlet Queen turnips had reached an impressive size and were just aching to be plucked from the Read More …

Extended Season Harvest 3

The sun is back! We are thinking it is wonderful weather for the first week in November. Harvest list:ArugulaKaleSalad MixTatsoiTurnipsRadishesCarrotsWinter SquashGarlicHot PeppersGreen PeppersAnd maybe a ‘sweet’ surprise?!