It’s near the end of May and the farm is bursting with abundance! It’s been quiet here on the e-newsletter front this spring because on the farm we have been hustling and bustling. Pandemic logistics have added a number of steps and systems to our usual way of doing things, and weather has been especially… Continue reading May, 2020, and the Farm is Well!
We help feed and nourish our community. What a privilege. And what a responsibility. We also deeply love our community. What a powerful force to root us here. On the farm many things are very usual right now. We are seeding, planting, harvesting, washing, packing. We are doing all the usual random farm chores. And yet… Continue reading Nourishing Our Community…mkt for 3.14.20
This February morning we have our first dusting of snow for the winter. Our kids gathered up scoops of snow from multiple surfaces and piled it all together on a slope in a desperate and creative attempt to sled during the Warm Winter of 2020. They are delighted. Us parents remain in an emotional muddle.… Continue reading Winter Updates – Veggies, Farm Shares, Events
A week ago we were baking in the scorching 98 degree dry heat with our eyes on the forecast for mild weather ahead. Now we are grateful for the autumnal weather that allows our fall crops to thrive. Two months of above-average heat and below-average (far below average!) precipitation brought stress to plants and farmers… Continue reading Fall Vegetables!…delicious Farm Updates
We’re harvesting. We’re planting. We’re basking in these delightfully cool August mornings. And we’re basking in our decision to stay a small farm. We deliberately purchased just a few acres to start our farm. We love it this size. We’re harvesting more each year because our soil and systems are better, but we are not… Continue reading The Value of Small…plus market 8.31.2019