Farm Happenings at Root 5 Farm
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Farm Happenings at Root 5 Farm

Cooking Helps

Posted on December 18th, 2020
It's hard to believe this is our final CSA delivery for the season. We want to thank you for helping us create community, connection, and maintain a sense of wellbeing this season, despite the odds. We've communicated through masks and through email, we wish we could have seen you more in person, but... read more »

Cooking Helps

Posted on December 15th, 2020
It's hard to believe this is your final CSA delivery for the season. What a wild season it has been! Together we've created community, connection, and a sense of wellbeing despite the odds. We've communicated through masks and through email, but I've never felt closer to a group of people. You've given... read more »

The Shortest Days

Posted on December 11th, 2020
We're coming into the homestretch for Winter Shares, we have two weeks to go! Our storage crops are holding up well and our greens are still going strong for the final two weeks. This week we have 25 lb boxes of butternut squash, beets, and carrots available in the online store if you want to stock up... read more »

December Harvest

Posted on December 9th, 2020
Harvest begins a little later in the morning these days, we have to wait for the hoop houses to thaw out before we can begin. It continues to amaze me, these plants that can freeze solid and then come back to life and be harvested, that we can still have this diversity of green plants in our diet despite... read more »

december scallion harvest

Posted on December 4th, 2020

Greenery

Posted on December 1st, 2020
The late November landscape is all browns, grays, and drizzling icy rain, but when you step inside one of our hoop houses, it's a magical experience full of greenery. These unheated hoop houses provide just enough protection to keep spinach and kale healthy and vibrant through the end of December. So... read more »

Greenery

Posted on November 27th, 2020
Stick season is not Vermont's most glorious time of year. The November landscape is all browns and grays, but when you step inside one of our hoop houses, it's full of green! Green food that we've been saving up for just this moment   read more »

Power of Community

Posted on November 17th, 2020
  Let's celebrate the power of community, even if we can't be together right now. What we know is that we're all connected, and we will find our way forward through relationships and mutual support. Your choice to purchase a season's share of vegetables from Root 5 Farm radiates out into... read more »

Resilience

Posted on November 17th, 2020
Resilience. It’s a word that is being used a lot lately, as businesses adapt and respond to the current crisis. But for those of us working to strengthen our food system and deepen our connection to the land that sustains us, this is more than a word. It's our mission.  For nearly 20... read more »