Farm Happenings at Park Ridge Organics
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Farm Happenings at Park Ridge Organics

Moving Forward in a Difficult Time

Posted on March 18th, 2020
We are getting so much information thrown as us these days.  I am not trying to add to that heap, but I think it is important for you and our community to understand the steps we are taking here at Park Ridge Organics to ensure a safe and abundant upcoming season.  Like I said in my last farm... read more »

Your Food, Your Farm and COVID-19

Posted on March 13th, 2020
Dear Members, Customers and local eaters- I can't say much that you haven't already heard.  This is a situation our country hasn't faced in our lifetimes.  No one has the answers and we are all doing the best we can to process everything going on.  We want to give you a little information... read more »

Fieldwork Vs. Brainwork

Posted on January 30th, 2020
It might be deep winter outside but I am keeping my brain warm and fuzzy inside these days. The most important part about seasonal farming is definitely the off season.  It's when we learn and really grow.  Last week I pot-lucked with a clan of local veggie farmers over in Plymouth. ... read more »

Your Extended Season Share will AUTO RENEW on January 20th

Posted on January 1st, 2020
Next winter might seem like eons away but we are making sure you are ready for it!  This years Extended Season Shares sold out faster than ever.  With auto renewal you can rest assured that you are in for another Extended Season with Park Ridge Organics and won't miss out!  Please note... read more »

The Season of Magic

Posted on December 16th, 2019
Hello and Happy Holidays to everyone! At our house we are counting down the sleeps until Santa comes (only 9 to go!).  Now that Frances is 2 3/4 years old she is VERY interested in all the magic that goes along with the holiday season.  She belts out Frosty the Snowman lyrics on a daily basis... read more »

Giving Thanks

Posted on November 27th, 2019
  I am a huge fan of Thanksgiving.  Time to gather, reflect and of  It's really the kick off to winter with all of us filling our bellies and preparing to rest.  With long nights upon us now, I remind myself that  winter in Wisconsin is designed for resting. ... read more »

A Love Letter from your Farm

Posted on October 29th, 2019
  Dear Members, I recently received a beautiful card from a market customer/winter member who was thanking us for growing the food we grew this season for her and her family.  I can't tell you how warm and fuzzy that card made me feel.  She called it her "annual love letter to the farm".    As... read more »

Turnip the Heat! Winter is coming.

Posted on October 23rd, 2019
  With only 2 deliveries left in the Standard Season, we are definitely feeling the season shift around the farm.  I am always checking my weather apps and was a little taken aback yesterday when the 10 day forecast shows 3 inches of snow for Halloween Day!  WHHAAATTT?  So to adjust,... read more »

Roots, Shoots and Muddy Boots

Posted on October 8th, 2019
  It's fall y'all!   I know that it seems to have come out of nowhere but we knew it was going to happen eventually.  We are busy harvesting LOTS of roots like beets, carrots, turnips, parsnips, radishes, turnips along with some delicious shoots like broccoli, celery, leeks, kale,... read more »