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Learn to Harvest and Cook Wild Plants

Posted by on Jul 18, 2016 in Announcements | 0 comments

Expand your knowledge of edible wild plants and learn to cook them at a workshop hosted by Stearns Farm and the Sudbury Valley Trustees on Wednesday, July 20 from 3-7 pm.

Foraging expert Russ Cohen will lead the “Weed & Feed: Collecting and Preparing Wild Edibles” program. “One enjoyable aspect of foraging is connecting with the outdoors through your taste buds as well as your eyes and ears,” says Cohen. “If you already like being outdoors, knowing what you can nibble on adds to the fun.”

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Garlic Time!

Posted by on Jul 18, 2016 in From the Field | 0 comments

If you have peeked into the greenhouse during the last week, you’ll have see the garlic harvest. This week, we’ll begin distributing it! As we have done in the past, each sharer will get their entire share of garlic at one time. Here’s how to collect, cure and store your garlic supply:

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Stock Up on Local Maple Syrup July 19 & 22

Posted by on Jul 12, 2016 in Announcements | 0 comments

Stock up on maple syrup from Harms Family Farm during regular pickup hours (2-7 pm) on July 19 and July 22.

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Some Reminders

Posted by on Jul 11, 2016 in From the Field | 0 comments

Hi all. This week’s update is full of reminders! I hate to do this so early in the season, but it seems necessary after this past week.

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Herb Notes: Thyme, Oregano, Thai Basil and Purslane

Posted by on Jul 11, 2016 in Announcements, Herb Notes | 0 comments

Thyme, oregano and Thai basil are ready to harvest in the culinary herb garden. Look for the red strings! In addition, there’s lots of purslane growing as weeds in the fields. Here’s how to harvest and use these herbs (remember to bring scissors and pick from plants along the entire row):

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Meet the Farmers

Melanie Hardy has been farming for 15 years, working at large and small farms in the northeast and in Arizona. “There’s something really beautiful and simple about Stearns that I’m really excited about,” Read More