Farm Happenings at Featherstone Farm
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Farm Happenings at Featherstone Farm

A Note on Skill

Posted on August 29th, 2019
I divided this summer roughly evenly between two jobs: the first, as a farmworker at Featherstone on a harvest crew that calls itself El Poder del Norte (The Power of the North); the second, as a rookie PhD student in the Sociology Department of Princeton University. I worked on El Poder del Norte (above... read more »

The Story of Ben's Beans!

Posted on August 22nd, 2019
It’s that time of year when the farm delegates newsletter writing to different workers here at Featherstone.  For my week, I decided to do some shameless self-promotion.  Some of you who were members of our winter CSA last year may remember ordering heirloom dry beans as an add on in... read more »

A Note From Your Tomato and Melon Crop Manager!

Posted on August 16th, 2019
I’d like to do a quick (re)introduction to show you one of the farmers behind your food. My name is Stephanie and I’m one of the three Featherstone crop managers. The crops I manage are tomatoes, melons, peppers, winter squash, strawberries, zucchini, cucumbers, lettuce, parsley, celeriac,... read more »

August Harvest Means Melons, Tomatoes, Peppers, and More!

Posted on August 9th, 2019
Hello CSA members and thank you for being a part of our farm this year! My name is Abby Benson and I am the field production coordinator at Featherstone.  This is my 6th season here and my first season in this new leadership role. You may remember me from the past several years writing to you... read more »

How's Your Summer CSA Experience So Far?

Posted on August 2nd, 2019
Thank you for being a part of our farm this summer!  It's now week 7 of our 18 week summer CSA program and we'd like to hear from you! You probably know that we've made big changes to our program this season with our new online member platform, Harvie, and our first ever customized summer shares. ... read more »