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August 6, 2019

Aug
06

Notes from the Field

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June 11, 2019

Jun
11

Notes from the Field

Hard to believe it is June!

The month of May gave us great transplanting weather and we've been able to stick to a decent timeline for fieldwork despite the rain - it has been a real time saver to not have to water in transplants this spring!

When the heat comes, we think the crops will be fairly well adjusted and take off!

At the farmer's markets we are abundant with salad mix, pea shoots, and other spring greens; seedling season will last until about the 3rd week of June.

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February 21, 2019

Feb
21

Notes from the Field

Our winter season has been busy and vibrant! 

Community is a core part of what we do and as we are order seeds and gear up for starting seedlings, we want to reach out and remind you that it is CSA sign up season! 

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August 28, 2018

Aug
28

Notes from the Field

 

 

Crenshaw melons are a commitment! This season our canteloupe varieties that we chose because they average 3 pounds - are averaging 5 poiund - a byproduct of heat and water.

 

Size does not affect the Lilly melon's (aka Crenshaw) flavor. A light, sweet, and aromatic experience the Crenshaws are so fun and delicious.

If you are feeling overwhelmed by the tomatoes, freezing them whole makes for a great meal in the winter: put them in chili or make sauce.

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August 21, 2018

Aug
21
Notes from the Field

Last Friday's rain was life giving!

Seasonal change is on the horizon, we can feel it in our bones and see it in the crops.

We've been trying to put food by for the winter, so I thought I'd share a recipe that looked simple and easy enough to try on any volume/scale/ratio fo production.

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July 31, 2018

Jul
31

Notes from the field

The gold potatoes looked irresistable!

It is hard to believe we are seven weeks into the bag share already - the weeks ahead look promising. The rain brought food security!

The transition from July to August is one of my favorites. I've found myself reflecting on images from when we grew everything on one acre and the chorus of bloms that occured in one central place... it is a chance to see which seeds from the dark months of waiting and planning have grown to gruit.

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July 24, 2018

Jul
24

Notes from the field

Along with the seasonal planing and weeding calendar, our social calendar is equally full. Family is around; friends to meet; and this week (a real joy for us) is a young man from Paris has come to spend a week helping around the farm in exchange for room and board. He entertains us all at night with impressive "magic" card tricks; and warms our hearts throughout the day with his friendliness and life perspectives.

We hope you enjoy the variety this week - I did my best to try to not make everything green that is in your bag. Enjoy!

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July 10, 2018

Jul
10

Notes from the Field

This may be a stretch - what are the differences and similarities between July and January?

July's symphony of May's plantings blossing

July is the movement to January's stillness.

As a farmer the spring is busy, but in July it feels like everything needs to happen at once: weeding, harvesting, prep for cover crop, seeding of winter carrots - the challenge can be juggling the logistics, but somehow organization presents itself, and thank goodness the days are long!

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June 26, 2018

Jun
26

Notes from the Field

The fields are looking vibrant - we've received a generous amount of rain, and it looks like more is on the way. Water is a precious recource.

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June 19, 2018

Jun
20

Notes from the Field

We are cresting into summer after the dash and push of spring planting

Our tomatoes are being trellised and a few gleanings from the sugar snap peas are happening - this is our chance as CSA farmers to begin giving back! Your bags are filled with salad goodness and overwintered roots. The nasturtium shoots have been new for us- they are sweet and then have a wasabi-like bite; they add zip to a salad, or you can try them in the recipe in place of agugula. Enjoy!

Thank you for being a part of our CSA!

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