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


Posted on May 23rd, 2019
Wow! Its hot for May. Some crops are growing very well in the heat, but others are really feeling the record breaking temperatures.  The ones that are suffering most are the crops that usually grow well in early spring- strawberries, lettuces, broccoli, cabbage, swiss chard, carrots. Fortunately... read more »

How about those Berries!

Posted on May 15th, 2019
Did you notice the the unique flavor, texture, and color of the strawberries. They are unlike anything you receive at the grocery store. Picked at the ripest point for intense flavor they are definitely a little more delicate than what you receive at the store. Strawberries are kind of like a banana.... read more »

We're Delighted

Posted on May 9th, 2019
Hello from Farmer Ford! We are so excited to be bringing you your 1st Farm Shares! We hope that you feel lucky to be one of few people that get to enjoy the regions best Certified Organic products. We are very thankful that you're allowing us to be your farm family for the season. You're not just... read more »

Hats Off to You

Posted on September 11th, 2018
It's very impressive that you have committed to eating from fresh farm products for the past 20 weeks! Pat yourself on the back! That's huge! Eating fresh fruits and vegetables has countless benefits! Especially when your fruits and vegetables are all USDA Certified Organic picked that were picked at... read more »

You know what I love about farming?

Posted on September 8th, 2018
There are countless things that I love about farming! One of my most recurring thoughts is..."WOW! It's impossible to be a farmer that has everything figured out!" There is always a new challenge, a new thing to learn, a better way to do it. A more efficient way to do something. I tell a lot of people,... read more »

Winter Shares and a little trivia

Posted on September 3rd, 2018
How about this picture of Finley learning to drive. If you watch our FB videos- you've seen him driving the trucks and tractors.  After this weeks we only have 2 deliveries left. Some of you might be excited to have a break from the weekly pressure to cook with your custom box. And others might... read more »

Life Cycle of a Strawberry

Posted on August 30th, 2018
Guess what we're planting next week? Strawberries! Lots and Lots of Strawberries. Every crop that we harvest for you takes very careful planning and care. It takes 8 months before we will harvest our first strawberry for you in 2019. But lets back up even further. A farmer can't just plop down 10,000... read more »

Sweet Corn

Posted on August 23rd, 2018
We strive to put only high quality products in the CSA. The sweet corn pests create a difficult choice for us as organic-minded farmers. We know our members love corn on the cob, but we choose not to use chemical sprays to control the pests. This week we decided to give you 3 options for your sweet corn.... read more »

Hoping you're loving it!

Posted on August 7th, 2018
There's so much to write about that happens on the farm each day, but I'm such a poor writer and have a hard time making time to write! Lots of good crops coming your way this week.  We will have lots more sweet corn for the next 3 weeks, but there is a good chance that you will find a corn ear... read more »