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This week at the farm!

Posted on October 3rd, 2020 by Raphaela Ysrael

Hey yall,


As you all have heard, we will be leaving our Jonesboro location in about a week. Although this brings some sadness, we are so ecstatic about our future in Ellenwood. This past week we've been putting so much work into the back acreage to create a truly inspiring experience. We can't wait to share it with you all.

Back at Jonesboro, we want to make this last week something to truly remember. Tomorrow, Sunday October 4th, we invited MSAADA (a sister chef duo) to create some delicious dishes for you all with whats soon to be the end of our summer seasonal produce. Check out our instagram and facebook for the menu and come out to the farm at noon to make sure that you get the best of the best Atlanta has to offer. 

We are still selling fall plants and compost. For everyone interested in creating their fall gardens and need a little help, come see us and we will assist you as best as we can. We currently have collards, kale, broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage for sale. This is a great time to plant some fruit trees as well. We'll have everything you need to have a successful season and secure good food for your family from the comfort of your own yard. 

If anyone is interested in volunteering this week, Monday, Thursday, and Friday are the best days to come by and lend a hand. We need help breaking down the rest of our greenhouses and move them to the new property and carry all of the rest of our equipment and materials over as well. We are looking for hands that are not afraid to get dirty and can do some heavy lifting. We would LOVE and appreciate to have you out to the farm and to share the labor with our neighbors. 

While we will be closed at Jonesboro, our CSA Food Box Program will be in FULL EFFECT. You can secure free food boxes with referrals to friends and neighbors in your area. While the farm stand will be closed, we will have lots of food that needs home and the food box program is the best way to get fresh, naturally grown food for your family. 

Have a great week everyone!

Yours truly,

EliYahu, the Farmer