Farm Happenings at Ridge to Reef Farm
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Farm Happenings at Ridge to Reef Farm

Patience can be sweet!

Posted on March 31st, 2021
As the days have been getting noticeably longer we have found ourselves longing for summer and the bounty that comes with it. Summer fruit trees are heavy with flowers and immature fruits and many pineapples in our fields have decided to surprise us with something extra (see image above). Patience1 read more »

In Bloom

Posted on March 24th, 2021
It's been a busy week up at the farm with lots of new produce in bloom! As pictured above our red burgundy okra has arrived, and fried okra has quickly become a favorite treat amongst the farm crew. This week we also have plenty of eggplant available as these plants are enjoying the warm, dry weath1 read more »


Posted on March 17th, 2021
Hey all! It's Elizabeth and I'm back on the farm as the new Assistant Farm Manager. Here's some farm updates from the week! Some sweet things are on the way with watermelon being our star crop of the week. Fruit season is on its way in, but these sweet sugar baby watermelons have been giving us jus1 read more »

Sweet and Dry

Posted on March 10th, 2021
Dry times are digging in and they might be here for a spell.  So we've been making constant irrigation adjustments and giving special care to our youngest crops. We've also had to manually cover our tomatoes with netting to fend of the thirsty pearly-eyed thrasher (AKA trushee) who managed to1 read more »

Seasons of change

Posted on March 3rd, 2021
Dry and windy have been the words lately! We've been fortunate to still get nightly rain the past few nights. As the crops respond and some go away, we are starting to have new fields enter the shares. Radishes, turnips, turnip greens, bok choy, mustard greens, arugula and lettuce are launching a c1 read more »