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

Holiday Gifts Galore!

Posted on December 10th, 2018
Hi Everyone! This may be the last week of Farm Share 2018, but we are not short on locally grown and produced organic agricultural products!  If you are looking for amazing unique gifts for the special people in your life, check out the "Extras" for this week's selection. See something on our... read more »

Give a Locally-Made Organic Gift this Holiday!

Posted on December 2nd, 2018
Hi Everyone! This week, we are making a selection of our value-added products for holiday gift-giving available through farm share!  Just order through Harvie and pick-up your items with your produce delivery this week.  Check out our vinegars, teas, and custom-made gift baskets in the "Extras"... read more »

Cherry Valley Organics Holiday Market!

Posted on November 25th, 2018
In case you haven't heard, we have some very exciting news from the farm this week!  This weekend, we opened our very first storefront in Burgettstown!  For the full scoop, check out this article:  http://www.cherryvalleyorganics.com/blog/37340 If you are in our area, please stop by and... read more »

Elena

Posted on November 8th, 2018
Last week, we said good bye to Elena. She's been a constant helper in our fields all season long. Harvesting, packing, delivering, she's done it all. This year wouldn't have been a success without her efforts. we'll miss her on he farm and wish her well as she leaves to begin nursing school. read more »

Mushrooms!

Posted on November 1st, 2018
I'm continually amazed by how fast mushrooms grow. Every morning when I pull into the farm driveway, I look to my left to see whether our mushrooms logs have fruited. Sometimes I see tiny pins forming which means mushrooms are only a day or two away.  We grow our oyster and shiitake mushrooms on... read more »

Black Spanish Radishes

Posted on October 27th, 2018
From ground cherries to patty pan squash and from sunflower shoots to frisee, we enjoy growing uncommon produce. One of my personal favorites is Black Spanish Radish. This giant and spicy root adds pizzazz to winter salads. Or slice paper thin, and marinate with vinaigrette to make a simple radish salad.... read more »

Green Peppers

Posted on October 20th, 2018
Our cooler is now piled high with green peppers that we harvested right before our first killing frost of the fall. These gems are perfect for salads and stuffing. We're also harvesting our first fall cabbage this week. Don't overlook the daikons either. We grew a half-long variety called 'Alpine' with... read more »

Rhubarb, not only a spring treat

Posted on October 13th, 2018
We started our rhubarb from seed early this spring, and even though it's typically grown for a spring crop, we're excited to be harvesting now. That's right - rhubarb in October (Did someone say rhubarb-apple crisp?).  Our variety, 'Glaskins Perpetual' is uber-productive and is the only rhubarb... read more »

Keep those blooms coming

Posted on October 6th, 2018
Warm fall weather means our flowers are still in bloom! Our fields are brilliant with sunflowers, zinnias, dahlias, and many other gorgeous flowers. Check out the add-ons available with this week's farm share for options to keep those blooms coming to brighten up your home. Even though our subscription... read more »