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What's Happening - August 3rd & 5th

Posted on July 28th, 2021 by Kelli Kelly

Greetings Farm Fans - 

We are so collectively happy that the skies have cleared a bit and the weather has cooled!  Our summer produce is in full swing - and this week I am thrilled to tell you that we have grapes and white peaches from our friends at Boggeri Farms!  The grapes this week are both seedless black table grape varieties: Summer Royal and Black Maroo.  Both the peaches and grapes will come in bags with portions of at least 22 ounces per portion.

Our fruit breads of the week from the bakery at Lattin Farms are made from Fallons delicious cantaloupe!  You can choose from Cantaloupe, Cantaloupe Nut, and Cantaloupe White Chocolate... Or don't choose at all and get one of each!

This is the final week of our Brazil Eagle Espresso Blend Coffee.  Don't let the name fool you, I had Telegraph roast this to a toasty medium roast.  The Brazil Eagle has a flavor profile with notes of caramel, sweet peanut butter, and milk chocolate.  This is a dry processed coffee that is especially delicious as a cold brew.  When prepared cold, expect flavor notes including Malt, maple, caramel, and light raisin jam. 

I appreciate that so many of you have made a donation to help Salisha Odum as she deals with her tragic glyphosate disaster.  To date, we have raised around $400.  Here is the information about this fundraiser:

A number of you have reached out to help Salisha after her tragic encounter with an imprecise crop-duster.  We have decided to set up a channel for folks who would like to contribute to the Salisha assistance fund to do so.  If you would like to make a donation, please click on the link to our website HERE and click the donate button.  Any contribution that comes through the website from now until the end of the farm share season (the first week of October) will be passed along to Salisha.  As the Fallon Food Hub is a 501c3 nonprofit, your contributions are fully tax deductible.

Please let me know if you have any questions - and as always

Thank you for your support of Nevada Farmers!