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Farm Happenings at Inactive - Strawberry Hill Farm

Final Box of the winter Season!

Posted on February 8th, 2020
First of all, we would like to extend a big Thank you to all of you who supported us this season.  It takes extra effort to support local farms and we really appreciate that you have taken that effort.  We also hope that you have found the experience rewarding and the food enjoyable. 1 read more »

Mid winter! You go the blues or are you optimistic?

Posted on January 18th, 2020
I was asked to speak in a panel discussion at the New Brunswick Young Farmers meeting yesterday.  Afterward I was talking with another NB farmer and he made the comment that at this time of year every farmer is optimistic.  We have to be! We have to plan as though we are going to have gr1 read more »

Happy New Year!

Posted on January 3rd, 2020
Happy New Year and New Decade.  It is hard to believe we purchased the farm only 9 years ago.  I'm excited to see what this new decade will bring.  We have a lot of veggies in storage plus we are harvesting salad mix for boxes this week.  It will probably be the last week for Br1 read more »

Farm Happenings for December 18, 2019

Posted on December 13th, 2019
While we still have crops in tunnels and lots to do around the farm, this time of year is the time when we need to start assessing what went well and what we want to improve on for next year.  Kirsten and I spent most of this week at the largest fruit and vegetable conference in the Northeast1 read more »

Farm Happenings for December 4, 2019

Posted on November 29th, 2019
It is that time of year when we still have lots of great produce in storage plus we have salad greens, kale, and lettuce in our unheated tunnels.  We cover the salad and lettuce on these cold nights with covers to help the ground heat keep them from freezing too much.  The wood boiler is1 read more »

Carrot Harvest

Posted on November 1st, 2019
The carrots are one of our last crops to harvest for winter.  It can be challenging to get them all in as the weather gets cold and fall rains soak the ground.  As challenging as this is, the fact that we harvest them so late, helps to make them so good all winter.  read more »

The Fall Harvest

Posted on October 29th, 2019
The cold weather is starting to replace the summer and the leaves are starting to fall. But for us farmers and our customers, there is a silver lining! The winter box program is about to start and you will be provided with a whole new range of delicious vegetables! The main focus of work on the far1 read more »