Farm Happenings at Fifth Crow Farm
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Farm Happenings at Fifth Crow Farm

Farm Happenings for October 31, 2020

Posted on October 29th, 2020
Our CSA season is almost over!  The last delivery will be the weekend  before Thanksgiving.  We are continuing to collect orders for Dried Floral Wreaths:  We've now shifted gears to start on custom orders for dried floral wreaths and dried bouquets (which are pictured above and... read more »

Farm News for this week

Posted on October 25th, 2020
Our CSA Flower Shares have ended.  We've now shifted gears to start on custom orders for dried floral wreaths and dried bouquets (which are being offered as extras this week).  Throughout the season we dry floral material that we turn into beautiful arrangements during the Fall and Winter. ... read more »

Farm News for October 24, 2020

Posted on October 22nd, 2020
This weekend will mark the end of our 2020 Flower Shares.  Next Monday we shift gears to start on custom orders for dried floral wreaths and dried bouquets.  Throughout the season we dry floral material that we turn into beautiful arrangements during the Fall and Winter.  Each wreath is... read more »

Farm News for October 15, 2020

Posted on October 11th, 2020
It's that time of year... Our baby chicks (next year's layer hens) just arrived.  Hard to beat the cuteness of day old chicks.  We're pulling up the mulch and irrigation on the strawberry patch to ready it to be tilled in and the greenhouse is being prepped to plant out our Ranunculus and Anemones. ... read more »

Farm New for Oct. 8th

Posted on October 4th, 2020
A little inspiration in otherwise depressing times- pictured above: Dahlias blooming in our storage container. No water since last Fall, barely any light, no soil... Life is surprisingly resilient :)  7 Weeks to go till the end of the 2020 CSA Season! Our season is noticeably winding down. ... read more »

Farm News for October 3, 2020

Posted on October 1st, 2020
This Week's Featured Apples: Golden Delicious- "is neither golden or delicious after 6 months in storage" says one of our Mentors, Orin Martin, of UCSC's Farm.  BUT... fresh off the tree, it doesn't even look like the same apple. Try an old standby that hasn't been stored for months and see what... read more »