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Farm Happenings for November 13, 2018

Posted on November 9th, 2018
Howdy Folks, The folks at Harvie claim the mileage traveled between local and national produce is very different.  31 miles on average traveled local produce from farm to your table.  1500 miles on average traveled national produce from farm to your table.  Isn't that number staggeri1 read more »

Fruits of Labor 10/23

Posted on October 19th, 2018
Bam! Smack!  Crack! That's how the first frost of season came in.  It's very icy out there.  The sun is up and I'm expecting it will thaw quickly so we can begin harvesting the hardy vegetables we grow this time of year.  What a beautiful time of year though!  The days are1 read more »

Fruits of Labor 9/11

Posted on August 31st, 2018
Howdy Folks, I remember once discussing birds with a chef.  I was saying how stressed out smaller birds seem to be.  If you ever watch them for some period of time, their movements are incredibly fast and they very rarely take their eyes off the sky above them.  Both c1 read more »

Fruits of Labor 11/20

Posted on August 17th, 2018
 Howdy Folks, This week is the last share of our main season.  Sorry to be getting this out to you so late, but we have been out of electricity since we woke up this morning.  Wow!  How about this weather.  We have a lot of trees down here and about a quarter of an inch of1 read more »

Farm Happenings for August 14, 2018

Posted on August 10th, 2018
Howdy folks, As much as it is important to showcase our vegetables and the ways in which we do things on the farm, its also important to showcase the people that make it happen everyday. Here is a video of one of our farm hands Iris Arevalo.  She is from an area she calls the Jungle but is cha1 read more »

Farm Happenings for August 7, 2018

Posted on August 3rd, 2018
Howdy Folks, Things are going well on the farm.  Now that we're looking at cool wet weather we could start seeing major disease.  This is exactly what we do not want at this time of year.  When climate seemed a little more stable, July and August were typically dry, hot and humid. &n1 read more »

Farm Happenings for July 31, 2018

Posted on July 29th, 2018
Howdy Folks, Sorry this is tardy!  We thought we sent it.  Thank you to those who asked about where the email was.   Here it is! We hope that you are all enjoying the summer bounty!  Chris and I have finally found the moment to sit down and choose the date to have our 10th1 read more »

Farm Happenings for July 17, 2018

Posted on July 14th, 2018
Hey Folks, I forgot to send the availability list Friday so the list will be open until Sunday Night. Here is a link to a video we did about some of our melons!  Click Here Thanks and Enjoy! The Who Gang read more »

Farm Happenings for July 3, 2018

Posted on June 29th, 2018
Hi Folks, First things first... Please Return your boxes to the pick up site so that we can all actively Reduce, Recycle, and Reuse!  These boxes are $1.30 each.  They are cardboard and coated in food grade paraffin.  These are worth there weight in gold around here on the farm. &nbs1 read more »