Sun and Seedlings

Sun and Seedlings

The days are getting longer, the sun feels stronger, and the snow is finally melting! With spring just around the corner, we are spending a lot more time at the farm seeding many varieties of vegetables, herbs, and flowers for your summer share and our 2nd annual May...
Seeds of the Summer

Seeds of the Summer

Winter is for planning. The crops we decide to grow every year depend on several factors. If we’ve grown it before, we assess how well it did during the last growing season. We consider feedback from sharers—what you liked, or not, and your ideas—as well as...
Winter Work

Winter Work

Happy New Year, everyone! If you visit the farm this month, it won’t look like much is happening. The ground is frozen, the trees are bare, and the greenhouses are empty. The only sounds you can hear are cars and birds and maybe a dog barking in the distance. That...
A Farm Thanksgiving

A Farm Thanksgiving

Every year for Thanksgiving, I travel to a different place depending on which family members are in the area. My mother, two brothers, sister, and me have all hosted over the years. Each time is different and special. On one of my favorite Thanksgivings, I...
Those Frosty Nights

Those Frosty Nights

Last week, Mel and I prepared for the first frosty nights of the season. What we do typically depends on how low we expect the temperatures get and which crops are still in the fields. We had a range of veggies to protect. Many vegetables become damaged during a frost...