End of the season, ode to the glorious winter slumber
We've come to a close here at the Teaching Farm for the 2021 Fall season. The hours of sun available each day for our plants to photosynthesis and warm their roots is waning and we're harvesting our plants like it's their last chance to get into our Harvest Boxes and onto your dinner tables. This i1 read more »
The end of the season
We're coming to a close here at the Teaching Farm for the 2021 Fall season. The hours of sun available each day for our plants to photosynthesis and warm their roots is waning and we're harvesting our plants like it's their last chance to get into our Harvest Boxes and onto your dinner tables. For1 read more »
First frost soon and Farm Tour November 6th! 2-4p
With the first frost of the year forecasted for the next 10 days, we are zipping around the farm to button up winter high tunnels, cover sensitive crops, and make the last round of harvests from our summer superstars like cherry tomatoes, lunchbox peppers, and hot peppers. This next week will very1 read more »
Farm Tour Tomorrow (SAT) 2-4p!
Hello all, Tomorrow (Saturday) from 2-4 we will be hosting a Farm Tour for anyone and everyone! It's free to attend, there will be a pop-up stand with some extra veggies form the week, and we hope you can make it! You know us, we love to wander the farm, sharing about the trials and tribulations of1 read more »
Sweet Potatoes are popping out of the soil!
This week we have begun the process of harvesting some gorgeous sweet potatoes! We have been long awaiting their grand reveal and are excited with how well they have grown this season. The curing process to turn these starchy sweet potatoes into their sweet flavor will take about two weeks, so look1 read more »
Happy roots and big updates for the Teaching Farm
Big update for all of our farm family: The Urban Teaching Farm is moving in June 2022. Over the last several years, we have enjoyed and been honored to cultivate the historic land in Warnersville at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. Thanks to the support of our farm family we have produced thousands1 read more »
Root season is upon us
Timing of daylight and rain has gifted us with 5 poorly germinated, but beautifully grown rows of vibrant roots crops. Some of you have been enjoying the beets for the last couple of weeks but the flood gates are open and we have radishes, beets, and carrots coming out next week for anyone who want1 read more »
Welcome to the Fall Season!
Lettuces and dewy spider webs are popping out the ground, and these farmers are wearing sweaters when they arrive for the work day... Fall is upon us! At least as far as the growing season is concerned, we will still be getting some hot days, but the plants are telling a different story. It's a tim1 read more »
Something Looks Different this time!
So you may have noticed that your shares are only about half full this week. This is because for the last two weeks of our Summer CSA share we are highlighting the amazing, local, small business who make tasty, nutritious, and well-loved food products for your enjoyment. These folx work hard t1 read more »