Farm Happenings at Where the Redfearn Grows Natural Farm
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Farm Happenings at Where the Redfearn Grows Natural Farm

More than a sprinkle needed

Posted on September 16th, 2023
5 weeks of the CSA to go.  The summer season ends October 19-21.  If you haven't already signed up for the winter season, you can do that now here: We're very short on rainfall.  So short that we've had to1 read more »

Winter CSA Signup Open Now

Posted on September 9th, 2023

Still getting into the swing of fall

Posted on September 2nd, 2023
I hope you are enjoying a wonderful Labor Day weekend!  Even though the high temps have been in the 90's, it still feels SOOOO much better than last week.  The cool nights make me think of fall, which is really just around the corner.  The broccolini patch is looking fabulous and I k1 read more »

We're Still here and Barely Hanging on After a Hot Week

Posted on August 26th, 2023
Was that hot enough for you?  Last week's heat was incredibly grueling, but we survived.  Things were touch and go whether or not we could fill all the shares because the crops were struggling as much as the farmers to get the job done.  We also realized how much we relied upon our c1 read more »

Service Opportunity and Back to School

Posted on August 19th, 2023
Summer fun seems to end suddenly each year doesn't it?  But summer heat and summer harvests do not end!  Your summer CSA membership doesn't end until October 21st, so we have 9 more weeks of amazing veggies to harvest.  We'll be working shorthanded the rest of the season, missing som1 read more »

Millions of Peppers, Peppers for You

Posted on August 12th, 2023
Movin' to the countryGonna eat a lot of peppersMovin' to the countryGonna eat me a lot of peppers Now is the time to enjoy sweet Italian peppers.  If you haven't tried them yet, I don't know where you've been.  They're the most amazing snack and they're amazing cooked as well.  We've1 read more »

Rain, Rain Go Away!

Posted on August 5th, 2023
Weather or not we're ready... The drought is over.  We aren't flooded, but everything has been muddy and wet for over a week now.  This has kept us in out of the heat, which is nice, but it's bad for a lot of the plants.  The outdoor tomatoes are succumbing to bacterial and fungal di1 read more »

Avoiding Summer Burnout

Posted on July 29th, 2023
Do you ever hit a wall in life?  I've never run a marathon, but I've heard about the "wall" somewhere close to the finish when your body just doesn't think it can go on.  For our farming year (yes we farm all year round with a winter CSA season as well), the wall comes around now.  L1 read more »

TOMATO TIME and Summer is Heating Up!

Posted on July 22nd, 2023
Have you seen the forecast?  It's going to be hot! We're making efforts to prepare for the scorching heat. We tried to get as much greenhouse trellising and pruning work done as possible this week so we can stay out of there (besides harvesting) this coming week.  Our work schedules are v1 read more »