Farm Happenings at Cherry Valley Organics
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Farm Happenings at Cherry Valley Organics

Transition to fall

Posted on September 15th, 2018
You'll find some farm share postcards in your bag this week. Please give these to friends and neighbors. We're working to add 30 new members in September. For each friend who signs up, you'll receive $15 toward a 2019 farm share. We have a long and varied menu this week. Summer's tomatoes, cucumbers,... read more »

September 12

Posted on August 11th, 2018
The first signs of autumn are upon us. The sun is later to rise each morning, the first leaves are turning color and falling from the trees, and tomatoes are winding down. Many other crops continue to come on strong: Peppers are finally plentiful. Patty pan squash are quite nice, as are cucumbers. We... read more »

Don't forget the extras

Posted on August 8th, 2018
When you customize your farm share this week, you'll notice a change. We've organized our extensive list of add-on items, from additional produce to cut flowers to potted plants to very own line of herbal bath and body products. Take a moment to peruse our wide selection of certified organic farm share... read more »


Posted on August 2nd, 2018
We're listing the options for swaps differently for this week's delivery. Several vegetables will be listed by variety. For example, you'll see 8 options for tomatoes and 3 for zucchini. This should give you more flexibility to customize your share and get exactly what you want. We're making this change... read more »

Heirloom Tomatoes

Posted on July 28th, 2018
Did you know you can add extra tomatoes to your order? Get a 10 lb box of mixed color heirlooms or a 1/2 bushel of canning tomatoes to stock up for winter. Nothing beats the flavor of a vine ripened heirloom tomato. Each variety is different, and each one is a treat. Here are the varieties you may find... read more »

Beat the heat

Posted on June 30th, 2018
Crunching into a salad of fresh, raw veggies is so refreshing on these broiling hot days. Try a massaged kale dish or maybe a coleslaw with our freshly picked cabbage. Sugar snap peas are great raw as well. throw some zucchini spears on the grill next time you cook out - anything to avoid turning on... read more »

Summer is here!

Posted on June 26th, 2018
Summer is here, and it's brought cherry tomatoes and summer squash with it! Sakura, Esterina, Bing, and Black Cherry are the varieties we're picking now. There aren't quite enough cherry tomatoes to go around yet, but we anticipate an abundance very soon. Speaking of abundance, we're bringing loads... read more »

Planting season

Posted on June 23rd, 2018
These tiny shoots will grow into crisp cabbage, dark green broccoli, kale, collards, and white and blue kohlrabi for fall harvest. Our busy spring planting season is done, but we'll keep sowing seeds until September to keep fresh produce coming out of our fields all year long.      read more »

Succession Planting

Posted on June 16th, 2018
Check out our latest blog post on succession planting. We begin sowing seeds in January and continue through August to have a bountiful harvest for at least seven months of the year.  read more »