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CSA Week 16  Labor of Love

CSA Week 16 Labor of Love

Happy Labor Day Weekend!  Still a lot of labor going on here at the farm deep into the season now.  With more and more crops coming to their finish line, we have started to focus in on replanting that ground with cover crops to help us out with the needed fertility...

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CSA Week 15 Recipes

CSA Week 15 Recipes

Baked Kabocha Squash
Thai Yellow Curry with Kabocha Squash and Red Noodles
Stir Fried Red Noodle Beans

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CSA Week 15 Fading Away

CSA Week 15 Fading Away

The tastes of Summer are slowly fading away from the CSA shares.  This week we suddenly find ourselves with out slicing tomatoes.  I guess that was a fast fade not a slow fade.  It's surprising to say the least.  We aren't going to mow them down yet this week though...

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Week 14 Harvest Moon

Week 14 Harvest Moon

I don't want to rush things since the harvest moon is not until mid September, but this week we will have Harvest Moon Potatoes in the share.  It's a bit to be excited about since a couple months ago it wasn't a sure thing we were going to have any at all.  I think I...

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CSA Week 13 Melon Madness Continues

CSA Week 13 Melon Madness Continues

What a difference a year makes.  Last year at this time our melon and winter squash crop was drowning in the puddles left from inches upon inches of rain.  This year the weather has dried up right on cue as the melons and winter squash ripen up.  Perfect conditions...

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CSA Week 12 The Midway Point

CSA Week 12 The Midway Point

Here we are already,  the midway point of the CSA season.  We are busily trying to keep up with the harvesting of the Summer crops, prepping beds and planting for Fall crops, irrigating since we missed all the rain, and weeding the things we fell behind on.  Hello...

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CSA Week 11 With Peppers and Onions Please

CSA Week 11 With Peppers and Onions Please

Summer's bounty keeps on rolling in this week.  We have gotten alot of rave reviews on the first two weeks of sweet corn which was a yellow variety.  Now it looks as though our white variety will be ready this week.  Is it possible to get sweet corned out?!?  We...

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