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- Peaches and Volunteer Salad in the Hoop House
- Carbon Farming Inspiration
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Category Archives: csa
For the past two years, Diane Peel of the NEK 99% community group has faithfully picked up CSA shares from our farm. Later that day the two large shares would be divided up into smaller units and offered at a … Continue reading
It’s Super Tuesday, and time for voting in Vermont and many other states. On this day, it feels like my vote can make a big impact on shaping the world that I want to live in. I’m very thankful to … Continue reading
We’ve been saving our feed bags for some time now with the intention of transforming them into tote bags for our CSA members to pick up their shares in. Last weekend with the help of my parents we actually … Continue reading
Things are starting to green up and push through the mulch. The garlic, rhubarb, spinach and arugula are growing. There are many seeds and transplants headed into the ground. We hope to have a nice selection of options for the June … Continue reading
The title begs a question. In our brochure we give a synopsis of what we think community supported agriculture, or a CSA is. However, the focus of this post is, “Is it working? Does community really support agriculture?” Here’s how … Continue reading
The snow is finally gone and plants inside and out are beginning to sprout. We have lots of seedlings growing under lights in our basement as well as cold hardy seedlings such as alliums and lettuce out in our hoop … Continue reading