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Farm Happenings at Where the Redfearn Grows Natural Farm

Tomatoes and Peppers Galore!

Posted on July 30th, 2022
As I (Sheri) write this, Dave is preparing the ground for lots of fall crops: broccolini, napa cabbage, kohlrabi, diakon radishes and watermelon radishes! Even with the bountiful harvest, we are always thinking to the weeks and months ahead. Radishes, cilantro, dill, salad greens are planted nearly1 read more »

Tomato Mania (Bulk Tomatoes Available again this Week!!!)

Posted on July 23rd, 2022
Have we Mentioned TOMATOES?!! Do you remember a few weeks ago when we didn't have enough tomatoes and I said, "Just wait until the end of July or beginning of August"? Well, the time has come.  This brutal summer heat is ripening the tomatoes in a hurry! I don't know how many more weeks they'l1 read more »

Tomato Time

Posted on July 16th, 2022
The outdoor tomatoes are ripening quickly which means now is the time for tomato canning and freezing adventures. if you didn’t know, freezing tomatoes whole is a fantastic way to store that amazing flavor for later. In winter just plop the frozen tomatoes in water and the skins will pop righ1 read more »

Your CSA Share will see you but we won't

Posted on July 9th, 2022
This week, we're heading out on vacation but your CSA share will still be at its normal pickup spot thanks to our amazing crew.  We're a family farm but we do have some amazing ladies that help us out each week and this week they'll be putting in some extra sweaty hours to allow us to skip tow1 read more »

Rain and heat and lots of sun is a recipe for rapid growth

Posted on July 2nd, 2022
We hope you are in the midst of enjoying a wonderful holiday weekend.  Happy Independence Day, ya'll! Though we won't be taking the day off from working, we'll take some evening time off to relax and celebrate.  There's just too much to be doing this time of year.  Long daylight hour1 read more »