At Stearns Farm we grow over 30 varieties of vegetables, berries, herbs and flowers. Some of the vegetables are familiar, others may be new to you. New sharers are sometimes overwhelmed by the variety and quantity of produce. One of the most challenging aspects of joining a CSA can be learning how to prepare and store unfamiliar vegetables, and getting used to the cyclical nature of the harvest season. The Harvest Chart lists all the crops we grow at Stearns Farm. The Vegetable Information Pages provide an overview of each crop. And the Recipes help you figure out what to do with the wealth of produce you just picked up.
In Your Share
October 19, 2015 (Odd Week)
ON THE STAND: Cabbage, kale, potatoes, carrots, bok choi, turnips, radishes, mixed greens
PYO: Gleaning TBD
Please remember to weigh your produce carefully and to take only the quantity allotted to you. Please respect our community by upholding the honor system we use.
This list represents what the farmer anticipates will be available this week. Sometimes weather conditions or other factors mean that what is actually ready to harvest on the pickup day is a little different. For an overview of the ebb and flow of the harvest throughout the season, check out the Harvest Chart.
Find a Recipe
Farm Wish List
These are the items the farm currently needs. New or gently used items are greatly appreciated.
- - Plastic grocery bags
- - Trader Joe's paper bags
You can also support Stearns Farm by shopping at AmazonSmile.
Please Carry In, Carry Out
There is no trash or recycling pickup at the farm. This means that all non-compostable trash must be taken away by volunteers, who transport it in their personal cars to their own homes for disposal. The same is true for recyclables. Please help us out by carrying out everything you carry in.