Seeds

Seeds

Happy New Year, everyone! This is the time of year when farmers are ordering seeds for the 2020 season. I have spent the past month looking at what was planted last year, what did well, what was missing and if there are new varieties I’d like to try this year. The...
A Poem for Presence

A Poem for Presence

I can’t believe the year is nearly over! As I grow older, time seems to be moving faster in my life. I wrote this poem a few winters ago when I felt like I needed a reminder to be more present. I hope you enjoy it. Stopping to Absorb Time Spring is wet, fresh, and...
Wrapping Up the Season

Wrapping Up the Season

I’d like to start by thanking all of those who came to help plant garlic the other week. Thank you! We planted over 6,000 cloves of garlic into over 2,500 feet of bed space. We finished in about two hours and then enjoyed a soup lunch by a campfire. Since then, Kerry...
Season’s End

Season’s End

We have finally reached the end of the 2019 Summer CSA season! I have mixed emotions at this time of year as the farm goes through it’s major seasonal shifts. I am sad to stop harvesting so many wonderful, fresh vegetables for all of you. I am also excited...
Winding Down

Winding Down

The CSA season is nearly finished (our last pickup will be Nov. 1), but Kerry and I will remain working at the farm into December. We’re doing all the harvesting now because our summer staff of students and work-for-shares are back at school or have fulfilled their...
Cool Variety

Cool Variety

As you’re planning your meals this season, our cool-weather veggies can help you add color and diversity to your plate and keep your body happy and healthy. According to the American Heart Association, eating fruits and vegetables in a variety of colors is the best...