Farm Happenings at Broadfork Farm
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Farm Happenings at Broadfork Farm

Reminder: Final share is Nov 23

Posted on October 31st, 2019
Reminder: Final share is Nov 23 (or Nov 16 if you have a bi-weekly share on that schedule) Can you see it in the photo?? We have some carrots ready to harvest! Pictured is our youngest child who has some serious love for our carrots. They are the hardest crop for us to grow -- they are challenging at... read more »

Farm Happenings for October 30, 2019

Posted on October 27th, 2019
Can you see it in the photo?? We have some carrots ready to harvest! Pictured is our youngest child who has some serious love for our carrots. They are the hardest crop for us to grow -- they are challenging at every single step in the process: Seeding, germinating, adequate growth, and harvest. Our... read more »

Farm Happenings for October 26, 2019

Posted on October 24th, 2019
We are so glad for the rain this week but so sad the soggy weather wasn't conducive to our Farm Social plans! We hunkered down and spent the day inside, missing all of you. We may not love being outside in the cool, rainy weather for very long, but the fall plants are delighted. They love... read more »

Farm Happenings for October 23, 2019

Posted on October 21st, 2019
We are so glad for this rain but so sad the soggy weather wasn't conducive to our Farm Social plans! We hunkered down and spent the day inside, missing all of you. We may not love being outside in this weather for very long, but the fall plants are delighted. They love a combination of sunny days,... read more »

Farm Happenings for October 19, 2019

Posted on October 17th, 2019
We've begun harvesting our Baby Ginger! Make tea, make candy, make cookies. It freezes beautifully and doesn't ever need any peeling because the skin is so thin.  Savor the summer crops because they are coming to a halt very soon. These lovely cool days feel great to us, but the Tomatoes,... read more »

Farm Happenings for October 16, 2019

Posted on October 10th, 2019
We've begun harvesting our Baby Ginger! Make tea, make candy, make cookies. It freezes beautifully and doesn't need any peeling because the skin is so thin.  Savor the summer crops because they are coming to a halt very soon. These lovely cool days feel great to us, but the Tomatoes, Peppers, and... read more »

Customization closes at 8pm Tonight!

Posted on October 10th, 2019
Our apologies for the change, but our schedule is different tonight and tomorrow morning, so customization for Saturday's share closes at 8 pm tonight.  This has nothing to do with the photo above! However, the photo is to help you learn about one of two workshops that are happening here at our... read more »

FYI: Upcoming Workshops at our Farm

Posted on October 7th, 2019
Before your vegetable list for today, see below for info about 2 workshops we are hosting on our farm this fall. We aren't teaching them but rather allowing these talented teachers to lead guests in their craft.  Farm to Table Open Fire Cooking Class - Sat Oct 26, 10a-4p, with Rebecca Suerdieck... read more »

On the Brink of Cool Temps...

Posted on October 3rd, 2019
Cool temps on in the immediate forecast! After yesterday's record-setting 98 degrees on October 2nd, and another scorcher today, our plants and we are glad to see cooler temps expected in the coming days. Rain chance remains at 30% or less, which is sad, but watering needs decrease when high temps are... read more »