Farm Happenings at Featherstone Farm
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Farm Happenings at Featherstone Farm

Nathan on Gerardo's and the Farm's Good Fortune

Posted on September 25th, 2020
  Hello CSA members,   The other day I was driving past one of the on farm houses with a load of Red Kale on the back of my pickup when I heard a loud whistle come from the doorstep of the house. A smile crept across my face and I looked over to see Gerardo standing with a Coca Cola in hi1 read more »

Liam on the Fall Harvest!

Posted on September 18th, 2020
  Greetings CSA Members!     Your CSA box next week will be packed on the autumnal equinox—September 22nd—a date that marks the official end of summer and beginning of fall.  As we transition from the end of the growing season to the peak of fall harvest activities a1 read more »

From Ignacio, on our Field Production Crew

Posted on September 11th, 2020
  Greetings CSA members,   My name is Ignacio and I recently sctarted working at Featherstone farm. Due to the pandemic that has affected all of us, I went through a few unexpected life changes. A few months back I was living in Senegal, West Africa working as a Peace Corps volunteer. The1 read more »

From Your Crop Manager Ben on the Dry Season this Summer!

Posted on September 4th, 2020
  Longtime readers of the Featherstone Farm CSA newsletter are no doubt very familiar with the effects of excessive rainfall on vegetable production.  Rain incubates and spreads the majority of bacterial and fungal pathogens.  So when it rains day after day and week after week, disea1 read more »