Farm Happenings at A Rocha Farm
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Farm Happenings at A Rocha Farm

Farm news for July 10

Posted on July 8th, 2020
A new crew of interns arrived at A Rocha and over this past week they have been hard at work on the farm.  Brodie, Laura and Elliot are now getting their hands into your food (don't worry, they wash 'em regularly!) and we are enjoying their super positive and curious attitudes.  As you know,... read more »

July already?!! why does it feel like winter?....

Posted on July 3rd, 2020
Last week a new crew of interns arrived at A Rocha and this week they have been hard at work on the farm.  Brodie, Laura and Elliot are now getting their hands into your food (don't worry, they wash 'em regularly!) and we are enjoying their super positive and curious attitudes.  Remaining positive... read more »

sad carrots :( but thats farming...

Posted on July 1st, 2020
Way back at the end of February we seeded our first carrots of the season - several hundred feet of row which we expected to provide for this community from late June to early August.  They are the most anticipated roots of the year, those early new carrots - so sweet and crunchy and fresh. ... read more »

Farm Happenings for June 30, 2020

Posted on June 27th, 2020
Way back at the end of February we seeded our first carrots of the season - several hundred feet of row which we expected to provide for this community from late June to early August.  They are the most anticipated roots of the year, those early new carrots - so sweet and crunchy and fresh. ... read more »

meet a farm hero...

Posted on June 23rd, 2020
It has been a hot week at the farm, so things are starting to really grow - weeds included, of course!  Lynelle (pictured) has been a consistent volunteer at the farm for many years now and is also a long-time CSA member.  We are so grateful for her support and willingness to chip in many hours... read more »

meet a farm hero...

Posted on June 20th, 2020
It has been a hot week at the farm, so things are starting to really grow - weeds included, of course!  Lynelle (pictured) has been a consistent volunteer at the farm for many years now and is also a long-time CSA member.  We are so grateful for her support and willingness to chip in many hours... read more »

a damp and abundant CSA season opening!...

Posted on June 16th, 2020
We've got week 1 of the CSA under our belts, and that feels good!  We received great feedback and expressions of awe at the giant heads of lettuce.  If they overwhelmed you, rest assured we grow some medium-sized and even mini heads too!  Both our Tuesday and Friday harvest days were very... read more »

a damp and abundant CSA season opening!...

Posted on June 13th, 2020
  We've got week 1 of the CSA under our belts, and that feels good!  We received great feedback and expressions of awe at the giant heads of lettuce.  If they overwhelmed you, rest assured we grow some medium-sized and even mini heads too!  Both our Tuesday and Friday harvest days... read more »

Farm Happenings for June 12, 2020

Posted on June 10th, 2020
Welcome to your first CSA share of the 2020 season!  The team has been working hard and things are starting to come together - sun, soil, seeds, water, sweat and now... vegetables for your table.  This is just a beginning - there is so much more to come.   This season has been a... read more »