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Farm Happenings at Where the Redfearn Grows Natural Farm

It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!....For farmers

Posted on September 17th, 2022
No offense to Andy Williams, but late summer and early autumn is the "most wonderful time of the year" in my opinion.  These cool mornings surrounded by vibrant green colors of the tremendous variety of crops, I find myself singing this song without the slightest hint of Christmas Cheer.  Call... read more »

Winter CSA Signup Open Now

Posted on September 10th, 2022
We still have a month remaining of the summer CSA (Last pickups are October 13-15).  But if you want the veggies to continue all winter, you'll need to join the winter CSA.  You can sign up now at .  We... read more »

Green is the new black

Posted on September 3rd, 2022
It's cooling down enough that greens are coming back in style!  We strive to grow what greens we can all summer but during the high heat of July and August quantity, quality and variety all drop to some extent.  But now, though we are still experiencing fairly high temperatures, the evenings... read more »

The Swing of Things

Posted on August 27th, 2022
Are you getting back into the swing of things?  Summer vacation can get everyone out of rhythm.  Now that school is back in session and the Chiefs are about to start playing, we can finally get some rhythm back in our lives, right?  We were just discussing as a family how farming provides... read more »

8 More Weeks of the Season and Winter CSA signup Info

Posted on August 20th, 2022
Though summer vacation is over for most, the CSA isn't even close to ending. We have 8 more weeks left.  The final CSA pickup is October 13-15.  Your shares will be changing as the season changes but we expect the largest variety of the season especially in the last 5-6 weeks of the season,... read more »

Is Summer Waning?

Posted on August 13th, 2022
This week, we've gotten the feel that, though it's still been hot, the summer is beginning to decline.  Cool mornings, longer shadows, a little less blaze in the sun.  We're ready for autumn or at least a little less summer. Summer vacations are wrapping up and school is about to start. ... read more »

In the Flour of Youth

Posted on August 6th, 2022
Happy August!  One more month of oppressive heat to get through before things cool down—at least that’s what we keep telling ourselves.  We’ve been busy this week getting fall crops planted. Soooo many carrots, beets, broccolini, lettuce, daikons and beans are in the ground... read more »

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 nearly every... 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'll... read more »