Week 7 Newsletter

In your box: --Baby carrots --Chard --Cucumbers --Head lettuce --Summer squash --Sweet Onion --Something else: Raspberries, beans, broccoli, cabbage, ground cherries, eggplant, tomatoes, kohlrabi, or a pepper O summer where art thou?  I hate to complain about a week of 72-degree weather with no humidity and cool nights.  And in fact, I'm not complaining.  But … Continue reading Week 7 Newsletter

Week 6 Newsletter

In your box: --Baby beets --Cucumber --Head lettuce --Kale (Winterbor) --Summer squash --Sweet Peppers --Something else: Raspberries, beans, broccoli, or ground cherries, eggplant, cherry tomatoes, or an extra cucumber   As we turn the calendar to August, we allow our thoughts to begin thinking—just a little bit—about kids returning to school, trees turning color, and … Continue reading Week 6 Newsletter

Week 4 Newsletter

In Your Box: --Beet greens --Chives (full shares only) --Dill --Head lettuce or cabbage --Raspberries or sugar snap peas --Salad Mix --Summer squash and/or cucumbers Did you ever notice that mosquitoes are not among the catalog of animals on Old MacDonald's Farm? In Nathan's many picture books about farming, the farmers are never covered in … Continue reading Week 4 Newsletter

Week 3 Newsletter

In your box: --Cilantro --Kale --Sage --Salad mix --Scallions --Strawberries or raspberries or sugar snap peas This week we bid farewell to strawberries, after a great two-plus weeks of providing for us. We had a miserable crop last year and didn't know what to expect from our aging plants this year, but they provided about … Continue reading Week 3 Newsletter

Week 2 Newsletter

In your box: Arugula Garlic scapes Kale Salad Mix Scallions Strawberries   After weeks of lousy growing weather, this 4th of July week has been perhaps the most beautiful I've ever experienced as a farmer, and certainly the most appreciated. All of our temporary lakes and rivers have finally dried of standing water, though many … Continue reading Week 2 Newsletter

June Update

Hi all, As everyone has noticed, the weather this whole spring has been absolutely unacceptable. Jeremy and I pooled together some money and offered it to the sun to come out for just a little bit, but we were soundly rejected. We had rain on 22 of 31 days in May, and now 6 of … Continue reading June Update

May Update

As everyone has noticed, the weather this spring has been offensive and ridiculous. We keep bouncing from one extreme to another, none of which is particularly helpful to us poor farmers. However, we had a strong push last week to plant seeds and set out transplants that were long overdue, and we actually caught up … Continue reading May Update