Farm Happenings at Urban Teaching Farm
Back to farm profile

Farm Happenings at Urban Teaching Farm

August Break and peppers!

Posted on July 31st, 2020
Friendly reminder that we will not have our regularly scheduled Harvest Boxes packed and ready for you the last 3 weeks of August. That makes next week, our LAST REGULAR DELIVERY UNTIL SEPTEMBER.  However, we will still have some farmstand one-time shares available to purchase over those weeks1 read more »

Sneak peek!

Posted on July 27th, 2020
Coming up next week we’re adding the Corner Market’s favorite coffee roaster to our lineup! You’ll have the opportunity to add Fireweed Coffee freshly roasted blends to your share. Daniel makes each batch weekly and with a lot of love. If anyone has a favorite let me know, haven&r1 read more »

Work week, rain, and a reminder

Posted on July 25th, 2020
We had the pleasure of hosting a group of motivated, giving, hard-working volunteers all week long. They were a group of youth from College Park Baptist who turned their cancelled summer trip to New Orleans into lemonade and came to work, learn, and listen on the land. They were able to accomplish1 read more »

Mid-Season Survey

Posted on July 17th, 2020
We're sending out a completely Anonymous mid-season survey to help us learn what's working and what's been challenging for you all so far. Farming teaches us about patience, balance and regrowth. We strive to evolve the core of our model, our Harvest Box to be what you all want it to be. And please1 read more »

NEW Product available! Granola!

Posted on July 10th, 2020
This week we're featuring a new product from an old favorite, PaleoLove. Mary has been a part of the Out of The Garden Project family as a user of our Shared Use kitchen for quite some time. She creates a delicious product and has a great "why" story behind it. Find out more: https://www.paleo1 read more »

Star of the season... Garlic!

Posted on July 3rd, 2020
I’m a fairly tough critique of the food we grow out here. Somehow I always feel like we could have done more to make sure it was healthier, lasted longer, gotten bigger, etc... but this year’s softneck garlic variety blew me away. Garlic is a wonder. We plant the cloves in late October1 read more »