Coming soon...transition to winter delivery schedule
CSA Member News
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In the store this week:
Last of the sweet peppers and eggplant
Savory Pork - get your hams now for Thanksgiving and Christmas!
The latest news!
The fall weather has arrived! I must say there is nothing quite as refreshing as a crisp autumn morning on the farm. The fields will be put to rest as we transition into the greenhouses. With nearly an acre under cover, the bounty looks awesome!
Brussels sprouts are here! They are the only one of the brassica crops that has pushed through the disease cycles and problems we have had this year. While a bit small, they are still yummy and hard to beat with any other fall dish. If you have never cooked fresh brussels, now is the time to give it a shot!
Here's what to expect in your tummies for the winter season:
- Spinach will be available in two weeks.
- Kale, lettuce, radishes, Collard greens, arugula, and spinach. All a perfect compliment to our beets, carrots, sweet potatoes and butternut squash that we have in storage (Remember, some of those beloved storage crops such as delicata squash, spaghetti squash, regular potatoes that we all love are in short to non-existent supply this year, unfortunately. Yes, we did grow them (as we did broccoli and cauliflower), but like we've said - they succumbed to disease....boo!).
This is the last week of deliveries of the main growing season. We will transition into the winter delivery season the week of November 6th. There will be some NEW pickup locations as well as changes in our delivery route/schedule. Please take a look at the EVENT CALENDAR and the PICKUP LOCATIONS to see these exciting new changes!
*THERE WILL NOT BE ANY CSA DELIVERIES THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 30TH (next week).
WE WILL NOT BE AT MARKET ON NOVEMBER 5TH*
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Who's afraid of heights?! No one around here is...well except for Brian!
Getting the greenhouses repaired from that nasty storm we had in June is what the crew finished up last week.
Everything is sealed tight and ready for winter!