We dug our garlic crop last week, 3.5 beds and about 4000 bulbs which we'll meter out to our members over the next many weeks. There was a time on this farm when the digging of the garlic signaled the end of the busy time and the beginning of a slower, more measured period of farm work. Not so now. Garlic is an important crop, and garlic harvest is an important and enjoyable activity, but it's not the harbinger of fall it once was. We have many more harvests yet to bring you, and many more hours of cultivation to insure that those harvests are brought in fresh and delicious. We are thrilled to be sharing the cherry tomatoes with you this week, plucked from the 700+ vines that Sarah F. has been meticulously training for the past several weeks.