Year: 2021

Week of October 13th

My Dear Community, In case you missed it last week, we’ve added mushrooms as an add-on option and you can see the varieties that will be included below next to the fruit expansion and lettuce of the week. For now, they’re from a company

Week of October 6th

My dear Community, Since our farm is wavering between summer and fall crops, we turned to Sunrise Organics to help out this week. Tomatoes, watermelon, green beans, corn, cucumbers and romaine lettuce are coming from their farm. Jesus, the owner/operator of

Week of September 29th

My dear Community, We’re at a bit of a standstill in between crops. The most gaping hole being tomatoes. We do have delicious Mountain Magic tomatoes that truly live up to their name. We’re adding another hard squash to the box this week. Kabocha and

Week of September 20th

My Dear Community, We’re coming to a quick end to our potato harvest for the year. Please keep in mind they will store well in your crisper drawer or a dark cool spot in your house. On the contrary, cipollini onions have a short shelf

Week of September 15th

My Dear Community,Exciting news! We’re looking to source local mushrooms to add to the CSA store and possibly for the boxes as well. I’d love to hear what you think. Mushrooms are prized for their medicinal qualities and the varieties I’ve tried are absolutely delicious and better than what you

Week of September 1st

My Dear Community, We have cipollini (chip-oh-Lee-knee) onions in our boxes this week. I like to put them in as soon as we harvest them. They are known to sprout early which makes their season very short on our farm.

Week of August 25th

My dear community, One zucchini crop took a sudden turn for the worse this week before the next crop started up. I suppose its good to mix it up even though zucchini tends to be a summer staple. Our blackberry

Week of August 18th

My dear community, As summer winds down, we’re thinking about new plantings such as cabbage and brussels sprouts. We tend to be 3 months out to keep things going regulalry. Staples such as carrots and lettuce are planted weekly to

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