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Week 20: And that's a Wrap!

Posted on October 16th, 2020
The time has come to revel in the last week of the 2020 CSA. Why revel? Let me count the ways. 2020 has been a challenging year in ways I would have not expected when I was planning for this season. Despite the wild changes out in our wider world, our farm has been essential in the lives of our staff,... read more »

Week 19: Second to last Week of the Season

Posted on October 9th, 2020
Wow, the weeks fly by so quickly. We are officially on the home stretch as we prepare for the 19th week of our 20-week CSA season.  Fall is never boring. Our days are filled with field prep, harvesting and clean up all over the farm. We've begin planting and nurturing our cover crops to look after... read more »

Week 18 and the fall crops are flowing.

Posted on October 1st, 2020
Hello from a fall day at the farm. This morning I grabbed the crew for the the photo above to celebrate the Real Organic Project. We are now certified as a real organic farm. This really means that they way farm harkens back to the founding principles of organic agriculture which is growing food in healthy... read more »

CSA Week 17, Fall means harvest and cleaning up.

Posted on September 25th, 2020
Happy Fall. We made it to the Equinox. Even though the temps till feel quite summery, I am now driving to the farm and back home with my lights on the truck. Fall it is. Maybe soon the temps will moderate and the rain will come. Until then we will just keep crushing it at the farm.  This past week... read more »

Week 16 CSA - Seasons Change

Posted on September 17th, 2020
Even though it feels like summer might not want to loosen its grip with all the heat and smoke, but I know the seasons are changing. The shorter days and the cooler nights really gets me to start looking around for the first color in the trees around the farm. Plus the the food that we harvest is starting... read more »

My Goodness, Week 15 is upon us.

Posted on September 11th, 2020
Well, we made it through the first round of snow and cold weather. I hope your trees, gardens and spirit made it through as well.  To be honest, we worked so hard the five days leading up to the snow storm harvesting, preparing and prepping, that the storm felt like a little bit of a let down.... read more »

Week 14: Snow/Freeze Next Week? Oh Colorado!

Posted on September 4th, 2020
Happy Labor Day. All of us at the farm wish you a safe and happy holiday weekend.  Holidays between March to October don't really apply to farmers. Especially when we are looking directly in the face of a historic cold snap. The weather forecast holds a high likelihood of an early freeze - maybe... read more »

Week 13 & September; this must be a good sign.

Posted on August 28th, 2020
Welcome to September.  Sorry that this is a little later in the day than usual. It seems like my weeks are becoming increasingly packed with todo's without any additional time to get 'em done. But that's ok; this is the life of the farmer at the height of the season. We have been hustling at the... read more »

What time is it? Melon time! CSA Week 12

Posted on August 21st, 2020
Happy Friday. The days and weeks tend to blur together on the farm as the season progresses. We are working on a different time scale, the farm scale. Our clock starts at February, ending in November with many milestones along the way. This week we hit a big milestone, actually a heavy one, nearly three... read more »