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This has been an interesting spring to follow in the gardens.  An early warm streak in March allowed us to get an extra early planting germinating in one of the high tunnel greenhouses.  A consistantly cool April favored those plantings and allowed for garden prep throughout the farm, but a slow start to outdoor plantings.  The recent hot streak caused bolting and stress in early plantings of arugula and salad greens, bringing them to an end.  There will likely be a gap in harvest between the end of early greens and the coming of outdoor garden crops.

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We will bring this weeks share out to your car in a basket and you empty the items into whatever bags/coolers/baskets you bring (remember your own bag/basket) 3-5PM Thank you for practicing social distancing and wearing masks while you are here at the farm to pick up your produce Salad Mix Radishes Rhubarb Cilantro Dill Spinach Lovage  

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Heavy frost has put an end to summer squash, basil, and green bean plants.  We were able to cover up our outdoor paste tomatoes to protect them from the frost as they are late to ripen up for our winter sauce stash.  The carrots and brussels are getting sweeter and happier the more cold nights we get and it won't be long before we start to fill the root cellar.  We dug our sweet potatoes and our small harvest will not allow us to sell any this year.  This is mostly due to issues we had early on in the...

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Please Join us on November 3 at 5pm for our annual harvest dinner.  This is an offer of gratitude to our CSA community and you do not need to bring anything.  It is also an excellent opportunity for us to learn how we can better serve your needs/desires in future growing seasons.  We will be gathering and eating inside Cynthia's house (the main farm house right next to the farm store). November 3. 5PM.  In the main Farm House.

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Brussels Sprouts Onions Ginger Tomatoes Peppers Hot Peppers Carrots

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Brussels Sprouts - We are selling them by the stalk and the sprouts are sizing up nicely for October/November meals. Savoy Cabbage -  The variety we grow is Melissa Savoy and the texture is divine.  Great for soup, stirfry, and beautiful steamed for cabbage leaf boats. Carrots - These roots are developing that deep sweetness and color with the few frosts we've gotten lately.

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