Farm Happenings at Featherstone Farm
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Farm Happenings at Featherstone Farm

Nathan on Our Farm Operations and the Changing Seasons!

Posted on August 27th, 2021
  Greetings CSA members!  As I sit down to write this update from the farm I am looking out the window to a persistent yet pleasant rainfall that started about 12 hours ago and looks to continue for quite some time. That means things are pretty quiet around here with just a handful of peo1 read more »

James on our Warehouse Operations!

Posted on August 20th, 2021
  Good afternoon from Featherstone Farm!   Honestly, taking the time to stop and reflect is a welcome occurrence for me.  The 2021 season is steadily climbing itself to a crescendo. The onslaught of warm season crops like melons, sweet corn and tomatoes will begin to meld with cool s1 read more »

Jack on our Warm Season Crops + Summer Eating!

Posted on August 13th, 2021
  We hope you've been enjoying your summer veggies so far this season!  Now that the "warm summer crops" like melons, peppers and tomatoes are "on," here at the farm, we're all eating a lot of fresh salads and taking many melon breaks together!  Here's what I did with this week&rsquo1 read more »

Connor on Growing our Famous Featherstone Fall Carrot!

Posted on August 6th, 2021
Hello CSA Members!  My name is Connor and it’s my first season at Featherstone Farm as a crop manager.  Previously, I worked on a couple vegetable farms in Iowa, including one ran by a former manager at Featherstone – Dan Fillius, who was a major part of the reason why I&rsquo1 read more »