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Make Things Easy When You Need To!…plus CSA & mkts 6.16.2018

Sometimes you need to make things all the way from scratch…sometimes you need to make things easier. We’re a busy family, and good, healthy food is important to us. That can mean some Sundays we make more elaborate meals, and it can also mean that a lot of summertime meals are simply our vegetables plus… Continue reading Make Things Easy When You Need To!…plus CSA & mkts 6.16.2018

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A Portrait of a Young Farm in June 2018…plus CSA & markets 6.9.2018

We aim for our farm to mimic nature as much as possible. By definition, cultivated land is in many ways the opposite of wild land. We want certain plants to grow, and not others! But we mimic nature in all the ways that we can: We aim for high plant diversity, we keep the soil… Continue reading A Portrait of a Young Farm in June 2018…plus CSA & markets 6.9.2018

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Making Things Less Intimidating…plus CSA & Markets for 6.2.2018

Sometimes things seem more complicated than they really are. We think eating delicious and healthy meals falls in that category sometimes. We really enjoy the way our family eats healthy, and we prepare very simple meals. We don’t use many recipes, and the ones we use are mostly for sauces/dressings to spice up our already-delicious… Continue reading Making Things Less Intimidating…plus CSA & Markets for 6.2.2018

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Why Radishes Matter…CSA & markets 5.26.2018

Before we started this farm, we didn’t eat Radishes. We didn’t buy them at the store and we didn’t grow them in our garden. It wasn’t a deliberate decision to eat them. They just weren’t on our radar. (Neither was Kohlrabi, but that is a different category. More on that some other day.) But for… Continue reading Why Radishes Matter…CSA & markets 5.26.2018

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Thinking About Fiber…plus CSA & Markets for 5.19.2018

We’ve been thinking about Fiber this week. There was a mention on the local public radio station to a 2017 NPR article about research on the microbiome of a group of hunter-gatherers in Tanzania: the Hadza. To very briefly summarize: In this community of people eating no processed food, and mostly food that doesn’t even… Continue reading Thinking About Fiber…plus CSA & Markets for 5.19.2018

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Life Changing Lettuce & other goods…for 5.12.2018

Admittedly, we are passionate about vegetables. {pictured above: one of our Farm Shares from last week (share of our weekly harvest through our Community Supported Agriculture program)} When we grow a new kind of lettuce and are amazed by how sweet it is, we taste test to make doubly sure our taste buds are spot… Continue reading Life Changing Lettuce & other goods…for 5.12.2018

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Weekend Farmers’ Markets and CSA…for 5.5.2018 and 5.6.2018

It is finally May! This week is the start of our Farm Share – our Community Supported Agriculture program where members receive a share of our harvest each week from now through November. And this weekend is the start of farmers’ market season in earnest! Check out this line up of opps to load up… Continue reading Weekend Farmers’ Markets and CSA…for 5.5.2018 and 5.6.2018