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An Almost Spring Update!

An Almost Spring Update!

Whew! What a Winter!! Technically speaking, it is still not over and I have a strong suspicion we are bound to get another blast or two of some cold and snowy weather, but the activity here at the farm is starting to pick up.  Joyce has been very diligently sewing...

Herbs of the Week

Herbs of the Week

We still have a ton of herbs and flowers in the garden that can be picked this week. Here are a few of the herbs... Click on the name of the herb to see its featured herb of the week post and recipes! Chives Winter Savory- click here for more recipes Sage Oregano -...

CSA Week 23

CSA Week 23

The final week of the 2020 CSA is here.  The growing season turned out to be pretty good and fairly normal in what I think most would say is one of the strangest and craziest of years otherwise.  We had a few weather events that brought on some challenges but I can't...

CSA Week 22

CSA Week 22

The vegetables continue to roll in here with 2 weeks left to go.  With the hard frost on Saturday morning we are going to say goodbye to okra, eggplant, & tomatoes but at the same time say hello to the carrots and red beets.     The carrots were planted...

CSA Week 21

CSA Week 21

We'll continue the pumpkin theme this week with two of the good eating varieties, the Neck pumpkin and the Long Island Cheese Pumpkin.   Both of them are heirlooms that date back into the 1800s.  The Long Island Cheese Pumpkin gets its name from the region it was...

CSA Week 20

CSA Week 20

Happy October!  This week for CSA pickup we will have the pavilion set up a little festively to help set the Autumn mood.   We will have a few different types of pumpkins and small gourds set up for members to pick from and decorate with themselves.  It's become a...

CSA Week 19

CSA Week 19

We have lots of greens of all different flavors in the CSA share this week.  Peppery, Bitter, & Buttery are words that could be used to describe them.  The arugula, braising mix and butterhead lettuce have been in previous shares but new this week will be...

CSA Week 18

CSA Week 18

The Fall crops continue to be brought in from the fields and the weather for them has been just gorgeous.  Sunny, Dry and breezy conditions are giving us ample time to get our sweet potatoes dug, our winter squash harvested, and our bumper crop of dry beans is half...