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Posted on January 28th, 2022
We survived! This week has been kind of wild with all the nights below 32 degrees, but it is a challenge most accepted!  We return with a great deep winter share for you this week! There is a good crop of arugula these next few weeks. Besides a few bug holes (from a random outbreak of flea bee1 read more »

Weathering the Storm

Posted on January 21st, 2022
Since we started farming, I can count the number of sub twenty degree days on one hand. Winter season success depends on establishing vegetables in late November, then taking all precautions necessary to ensure they survive until Spring. Despite all the tools in our arsenal like caterpillar tunnels1 read more »

Deep Winter Vegetables

Posted on January 14th, 2022
Who is ready for another week of tasty, local vegetables? There's a few new additions this week like cabbage, cutting celery, endive (frisee) and a few bags of braising greens mix! Our cabbages were damaged by the extreme cold front a few weeks ago. Some of the outside leaves were going bad, so we1 read more »

The Yellow Carrot Cooking Challenge, Frosty Mornings, Planning Ahead, & the Corresponding Harvest

Posted on January 7th, 2022
We put in the hours of work in the summer and fall, all looking forward to reaping the rewards of this week's harvest! This is seriously one of the best farm shares we have produced. Below, I will explain why I believe it's the best farm share week in the history of our farm.  This is the fina1 read more »