Farm Happenings at Featherstone Farm
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Farm Happenings at Featherstone Farm

From Ellen, Our Direct Seed Crop Manager!

Posted on July 31st, 2020
  Thank you for choosing to be a part of the Featherstone CSA this year. Your support helps us in so many ways. I have had a lot of time on the tractor lately as I finished the final planting of the 15 acres of carrots we grow, and have spent much of that time reflecting on the year. To say th1 read more »

Nathan on Warm Weather Crops and the Harvest

Posted on July 24th, 2020
  The farm is entering an exciting transition period over the next coming weeks. As early crops like Zuchinni, Spring Beets, and Lettuce slow down, our warm weather crops ramp up. Sweet watermelons, and juicy tomatoes are looking healthy and hearty in the field. It won’t be long before w1 read more »

Abby on our Field Production Crew and Your Weekly Veggies!

Posted on July 17th, 2020
Thank you for choosing to be part of our CSA this year. As the leader of the production team here at Featherstone, I really love seeing the crops we've been working so hard on going into your boxes. We love hearing your feedback and knowing the work we do is appreciated and the food we grow is1 read more »

A Note from Farmer Jack on the Season and our World

Posted on July 10th, 2020
  Greetings CSA Members! Shelby’s wonderful writing in last week’s newsletter was, for me, the perfect antidote to the kind of semi-frantic, all-over-the-map kind of thinking I’ve been doing over the past several weeks, even months.   Shelby reminds all of us- espec1 read more »

Week 3: Shelby on a Day's Harvest

Posted on July 3rd, 2020
  There are some details about farm work that slip away when you are far from it. I did not plan to be back at Featherstone this summer, but coronavirus disrupted plans. My day job as a graduate student is now done over Zoom, compressed for the moment into two-dimensions. I wanted my old job b1 read more »