Week of May 18th

My dear Community, The CSA doesn’t happen without you and so we’re always looking for ways to improve and we would love to hear your feedback.  Let me know if you’re enjoying the fruit expansion. We love strawberries when they’re in season, but

Week of May 11th

My dear Community, A few of my chickens have been escaping their paddock to lay eggs around the farm. I keep forgetting  to build their fence higher to prevent this. I’m off to Tractor Supply now to buy some fencing! Over the

Week of May 4th

My dear Community, I have to share that raising prices isn’t for the faint of heart. Our CSA prices have officially been increased to offset our costs on the backend. I’m hoping this will be the last time we need

Week of April 27th

My dear Community, Whenever I’m overwhelmed by diet culture or the latest health fads being pumped through every social or media outlet, I’m so grateful to come back to the simplicity of farming and the vegetables we grow. With my feet in the dirt I sit, connect

Week of April 20th

My dear Community, I wanted to explain what happens to account credits that are unused by CSA members. If a member quits without using all their funds we have the option to pay it forward.  Lunch on Me is one of my favorite food charities. Food is love and

Week of April 13th

My dear Community, I’ve updated our store with strawberries, blueberries and zucchini. We are just starting to pick strawberries this week so not knowing how many are available until tomorrow may affect the week’s list. The farm is finally starting

Week of April 6th

My dear Community, With warm weather this week we will undoubtedly head into strawberry season in about two weeks. Lots of new crops are starting to push forward, like zucchini, beets and more snap peas, and the near future of the CSA will be full

Week of March 28th

My dear Community, Happy rainy day. We spent the weekend covering everything up for the rain but the wind had its own plans. It was strong enough to undo some of my work and a lot of things got soaked.

Week of March 23

My dear Community, Happy Spring! The effects of a cold winter are hanging on tight to the crops. We are seeing stunted growth and big gaps of what is usually available now. Peach trees are filled with leaves yet few flowers. Big winds took down green

Week of March 16th

My dear Community, Happy Daylight Savings Time. I look forward to this time of year as I know we are on the verge of spring crops coming in. As the nights warm up and the days lengthen we’ll find a whole host of delicious

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