Farm Happenings at Broadfork Farm
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Farm Happenings at Broadfork Farm

Final Share for this Season!

Posted on November 21st, 2019
Reminder: This is our last Farm Share for this season!  Thank you so much for choosing us to grow food for you! Please join us for our 2020 Farm Share! We grow vegetables through the winter in our greenhouses, but there is less quantity and less diversity than the warm season. You can... read more »

Final Wednesday share for 2019!

Posted on November 18th, 2019
Reminder: This is our last Wednesday Farm Share for the season!  Thank you so much for choosing us to grow food for you! Please join us for our 2020 Farm Share!We grow vegetables through the winter in our greenhouses, but there is less quantity and less diversity than the warm season. You can... read more »

Next Week is end of 2019 Farm Share

Posted on November 14th, 2019
Reminder: Next week our Farm Share ends for the season! Nov 23 is our last Saturday share for the year.That means for some of you with a bi-weekly share, this Saturday is your last share for this season. Thank you so much for choosing us to grow food for you! We grow vegetables through the... read more »

Next Week is end of 2019 Farm Share

Posted on November 9th, 2019
Reminder: Next week our Farm Share ends for the season! Nov 20 is our last Wednesday share for the year.That means for some of you with a bi-weekly share, this Wednesday is your last share for this season. Thank you so much for choosing us to grow food for you! We grow vegetables through the... read more »

Reminder: Last Share is Nov 23

Posted on November 7th, 2019
And we now have frosted! The farm is coated in frost and plants are frozen. It is time. We were prepared. We harvested the last of the pepper and tomatoes before this cold settled in. Greens, roots, and cabbages, etc, handle it fine. We will continue harvesting these cold hardy crops.  We have... read more »

Farm Happenings for November 6, 2019

Posted on November 4th, 2019
And we now have frosted! The farm is coated in frost and plants are frozen. It is time. We were prepared. We harvested the last of the pepper and tomatoes before this cold settled in. Greens, roots, and cabbages, etc, handle it fine. We will continue harvesting these cold hardy crops.  We have... read more »