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

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 »

Week 14

Posted on August 1st, 2020
We hope that you are well. All of us at SHF (plants included) are pretty tired and thankful for some rain and decreasing temps! The guys have been working 70-80 hour weeks for quite some time now- but fortunately we were able to take a little extra time off with the rain. We hope that you get to virtually... read more »

Week 13

Posted on July 24th, 2020
Please remember to always communicate with us! Is your share perfect? We'd love to know. Is your share not perfect? We want to know. We'd love to share some videos with you. I'm very proud of my 3 boys and the team at Sustainable Harvest Farm. Everyone works so hard to provide you with nourishing food... read more »

Week 12

Posted on July 18th, 2020
Thank you for allowing us to be your farmers. We hope that each week you are thrilled with your share of goodness that my team and I have coaxed out of soil. Please let me know if you're not. Here's a picture of the guys using a 35x350 sheet of insect netting to protect a newly seeded crop of cucumbers.... read more »

Week 11

Posted on July 9th, 2020
As they say- "Teamwork makes the "Dreamwork" Or maybe thats just something we tell our kids- Anyway, I wish we were able to host farm tours this season and you could meet each of the guys here that make the Dreamwork. Amanda makes a cake for each of the guys on their birthday. Hugo is pretty excited... read more »

Week 10

Posted on July 4th, 2020
I hope you've been having some wonderful times with friends and family as we celebrate this 4th of July Week. So much to be thankful for. What are the boys riding in this picture? See below The strawberries have decreased production, but fortunately some other favorites are turning up their production.... read more »

Week 9

Posted on June 24th, 2020
What's up with the photo? Please continue Reading. KY is so beautiful this time of year. The rain almost seemed to make the crops "jump" in size overnight. My boys went out the next day and said... Dad- the sweet corn doubled in size. Unfortunately, sweet corn- like strawberries are very difficult to... read more »

Week 8

Posted on June 19th, 2020
Wow! this past week has been beautiful. Here's a shot from our back porch looking out over the home farm.  Cooler temps make growing your vegetables much more pleasant. However- the cooler weather does slow down the development of several of our "heat loving" crops like tomatoes, peppers, eggplant,... read more »

Week 6

Posted on June 11th, 2020
Now were talking! This is some gorgeous weather- Good farming weather! Here's a picture of the guys and I headed out to harvest cucumbers- and check out this video of the team in action harvesting cukes. Some folks ask us- whats better too much rain or too little rain? Most vegetables grow best in moderate... read more »