Farm Update September 24, 2016

We have made it though another summer! The autumnal equinox was Thursday and we are looking forward to increasingly cool weather.

The cooler temperatures will provide the right growing conditions for our fall and winter crops like the root vegetables including carrots, beets, parsnips, and rutabagas. We will also have broccoli, cauliflower and a great variety of greens such as kales, mustards, lettuces, among others. Over the next month we will also be harvesting some winter storage crops like the sweet potatoes and butternut squash.

If you are interested in signing up for our next CSA season, we will continue taking payments/reservations for our 16-week fall/winter CSA share program, deliveries for which will begin the last weekend of October and run through the end of February 2017. Shares will cost $250 for 16 weekly deliveries.We will have the forms at the markets this weekend and they are also available on our website, here.

Please let us know if you are interested in signing up!

squash and watermelon beds
squash and watermelon beds

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