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Week 11 Newsletter

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Week 11 Newsletter

The Weekly Menu   What you can roughly expect to receive each week: Please note: this CSA summary is written ahead of time, and before we even harvest on Tuesday/Friday.  We do some guesswork:  some things may be in your CSA that aren't listed and some things may not be included.  Although we're the farmers, we're still at the whim of Mother Nature. This week: Herbs- one bunch, Chard,  Beets, garlic, garlic scapes, beans (purple), squash, cucumbers, scallions, carrots, cherry tomatoes and tomatoes! We had a customer last week say something insightful. To paraphrase, she said she loves the newsletters because they are heartfelt...

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Week 8 Newsletter

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The Weekly Menu   What you can roughly expect to receive each week: Please note: this CSA summary is written ahead of time, and before we even harvest on Tuesday.  We do some guesswork:  some things may be in your CSA that aren't listed and some things may not be included.  Although we're the farmers, we're still at the whim of Mother Nature. This week:  Lettuce 1-2 heads, Herbs- one bunch, Kale or Chard or Collards,  Beets, garlic, and garlic scapes, beans, scallions,  and potatoes.  (And just maybe.... cherry tomatoes - yes - they are starting to ripen!)   We can't be sanguine all the...

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Week 6 Newsletter

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The Weekly Menu   What you can roughly expect to receive each week: Please note: this CSA summary is written ahead of time, and before we even harvest on Tuesday.  We do some guesswork:  some things may be in your CSA that aren't listed and some things may not be included.  Although we're the farmers, we're still at the whim of Mother Nature. This week:  Lettuce 1-2 heads, Herbs- one bunch, Kale,  Chard,  Baby Beet Greens, New!  Garlic and possibly cabbage.  Maybe we will surprise you with New Potatoes too!   Did Della have her calf yet?  No.. but so far, she's only 2 days...

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Week 1 newsletter

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Week 1 newsletter

The Weekly Menu  What you can roughly expect to receive each week: Here's where we list what is going to be in the weekly shares.  What we think we will harvest when writing the newsletter - may not necessarily be what's actually ready on harvest day.  We'll do our best to get it right!This week:  Lettuce 3-4 heads, Parsley one bunch, Cilantro one bunch, Spinach, Scallions, Baby beet greens, Pea greens, and Kale   Usually, we start the early shares with some trepidation, but this year we are rocking it.  Especially if you're excited about lettuce.  Seriously.  You're going to be eating a lot of salad.... up until the...

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Introducing the Market Share Membership Card!

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Introducing the Market Share Membership Card!

One of the most exciting new ways to support the farm is through buying Market Share Member Cards.  We designed them to replace the half-share CSA option with a much more flexible and supportive program than a pre-packed box.  Full Share members have something in common: they love to cook.  Generally, a Full Share member can handle the vast amount of produce that comes in a share from our fields by being able to schedule time in the kitchen. Many Half Share members, in contrast, were challenged with time, money, family size, and cooking knowledge... what they really wanted to...

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