Farm Happenings at Sustainable Harvest Farm
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Farm Happenings at Sustainable Harvest Farm

Thank you so Much!

Posted on October 3rd, 2020
We hope that you've enjoyed the season with us and hope that we can be your farmers again in 2021! Sincerely, Ford and the Guys read more »

Efficiencies

Posted on September 26th, 2020
Some days I think of how cool it would be if I had a huge farm that was right out the back door. I wouldn't have to do creative things like carry 2 pieces of equipment and a bike on one tractor. However- If I owned hundreds of acres, I doubt that I'd be able to develop as many close relationships with... read more »

Dream Team

Posted on September 19th, 2020
Here's a great picture of a great team.  I sure wish that we could have hosted a farm tour this year so that you could meet everyone. But better to play it safe-There's always next year The count down has begun- We have 3 weeks of CSA deliveries left. The guys have not seen their families Since... read more »

Why so much Hype on Strawberries?

Posted on September 12th, 2020
I was chatting with a friend this week about experimenting with a new variety of strawberry that would produce all season long. She said... "Don't you strawberries would loose their magic if people had them all year?" Good point I thought and the guys are all tired of picking them when they stop producing... read more »

Helping our Community

Posted on September 4th, 2020
Sustainable Harvest Farm Donates thousands of pounds of produce per season to God's Food Pantry warehouse in London KY. This past week was the first time I've ever met one of the people that delivers our donation to families in need. This load was heading to Corbin KY. Pretty cool.  read more »

Farm Happenings for September 1, 2020

Posted on August 29th, 2020
We're just 2 weeks away from planting the strawberries that we will harvest in 2021. There's a whole lot of planning that takes place before we ever get to the point of soil preparation. Strawberries are one of the most "risky" crops that we grow, but we know that you love them so we'll keep growing... read more »

They're Back

Posted on August 21st, 2020
2 notes below that are very important but first...It's very interesting that this crop of watermelons has very little insect damage. We have had deer stomping them in the field, but Id rather loose 50 watermelons to deer than have hundreds of watermelons be damaged from a little beetle. Those non organic... read more »

Week 16

Posted on August 15th, 2020
Here's a picture of the wonderful team at SHF. Now that Amanda is back in the college professor mode, Silas, Josiah, and Finley are spending a lot more time in the fields with all of us. We are so fortunate to have a wonderful group of guys here. I could not imagine having to leave my family for more... read more »

Week 15

Posted on August 6th, 2020
I've received some of the most thoughtful emails over the last week and it thrills my soul to know that the food we grow has helped families incorporate more fruits and vegetables into their diets.  Please know that allowing us to be your farm family has a tremendous ripple effect on my family,... read more »