- The 99% Market, Sharing Fresh Veggies with the Newport Community
- New Greenhouse for Starts
- Early Bird Special
- Mushrooms in Review
- Sweet Squash and Spicy Garlic
- Taste and Tour
- A Freedom Ranger’s Life
- Grafting, Planting, and Digging
- Peaches and Volunteer Salad in the Hoop House
- Carbon Farming Inspiration
- We Raised Over $7000 to Build a Root Cellar/Passive Cooler!
- One More
- Extra Early Spring Bonus
- We’ve Got Lots of Plans! How to Make Them Happen?
- What Are You Voting For?
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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
We are happy to have a new tiny green house for starting plants in, just outside the house. Though we have two larger hoop houses, they are both a good distance from the house and we’ve never felt justified in … Continue reading
For some, this time of year means curling up by the fire, eating comfort food, trying to absorb a bombardment of political news or perhaps reading a good book. Others may be dreaming of the spring to come, or planning … Continue reading
We first started growing Shiitake and Oyster mushrooms on logs in the spring of 2015. This past summer we finally tasted our first home grown mushrooms. We are pleased to have had some success, but also know that there is much … Continue reading
We’ve been holding garlic tastings along with an open farm day for four years now. This year was our first time holding it in October, and therefore pairing the garlic with a winter squash tasting, rather than tomatoes. The opportunity … Continue reading
October 16, 1-4pm All are welcome to stop by for our 4th annual open farm and tasting event. We’ll have a tour of the farm starting at 2pm, and ongoing sampling of garlic, roasted winter squash, and fresh pressed cider. … Continue reading