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Aging Out of Young Farmers…plus lots of goodness for 4.22.2017

This week saw Broadfork owners officially agingĀ out of Young Farmer status, which the USDA sets as under the age of 40. You all may remember the news that Dan aged out of this group a year and a half ago. Now it was Janet’s time to age out, and so we are now a farm… Continue reading Aging Out of Young Farmers…plus lots of goodness for 4.22.2017

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Radish + Baguette = Love…plus market 4.8.2017

Here at the farm today, we ate a lunch of baguette with a generous topping of Radish Salad. Behind this child wielding a baguette is a bed of radishes that we are picking on Friday for you! How does one make our Radish Salad, you ask? Here’s the answer: Dice radishes. (Feel free to cheat… Continue reading Radish + Baguette = Love…plus market 4.8.2017

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Plants for Your Garden…plus mkt 4.1.2017

No fooling, the outside market resumes at St. Stephens this Saturday, April 1. We’ll be there, along with many other amazing vendors, with Salad / Radishes / Spinach / Kale / and lots of PLANTS for your garden. This weekend we will have the following PLANTS: Dill, Cilantro, Peppermint, Spearmint, Tarragon, Rosemary, English Thyme, Broccoli,… Continue reading Plants for Your Garden…plus mkt 4.1.2017

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The Abundance Ahead…plus mkt 3.25.2017

Spring is now officially here. The forecast doesn’t predict more really cold days or freezing nights. (BUT we still aren’t going to plant tomatoes early!) And around here life is dominated by three things: 1) Bed Prep 2) Starting Seeds (in the greenhouse…then hardening them off) 3) Transplanting the babies into the ground. Eat. Sleep.… Continue reading The Abundance Ahead…plus mkt 3.25.2017

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Why Go Out of Your Way?…plus mkt 3.18.2017

Because, simply, this is the best tasting food. [above photo credit: Sara Clark] Why does it taste better? For lots of reasons… Varieties chosen, our soil management, the freshness, the love we infuse… We know you go out of your way to get our vegetables and bread. It’s unlikely that getting our goods can ever… Continue reading Why Go Out of Your Way?…plus mkt 3.18.2017

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The Footprint of Bread…plus mkt 3.11.2017

A friend (thanks, Katie!) recently brought our attention to this story on NPR: What’s the Environmental Footprint of a Loaf of Bread? Now We Know. From the article: “What is new about the study, says Goucher, is that it breaks down the emissions at every step, so we can figure out which steps to focus… Continue reading The Footprint of Bread…plus mkt 3.11.2017