CSA Winter 2019 Week 8


Clockwise, from upper left: Buttercrunch lettuce, hakurei turnips, kohl rabi, joi choi, sweet potatoes, carrots, mushrooms, daikon radish, curly kale (large share pictured).

Use first (will keep about a week): lettuce, mushrooms
Store a little longer (about 2 weeks): joi choi, kale
Store very well (a month or more): turnips, kohl rabi, carrots, radishes, sweet potatoes

While your produce is super fresh, it has not been washed! Please take care to always wash your vegetables well before enjoying.

Happy Week 8 of the Winter CSA! With just ten weeks in this season, we are more than halfway through. Have you purchased your spring share yet? CSA purchases this time of year are immensely helpful in preparing for spring. Pre-season can be one of the most expensive times for farmers who need to purchase seed, fertilizer, and supplies for the upcoming season — in spite of winter cash flow being a fraction of what it is in the high season. In fact, this friction is what lead to the birth of the CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) model! Sign up here.

Your support is greatly appreciated, year round!

CSA Winter 2019 Week 7

Clockwise, from upper left: Belle Isle cress, kale, lettuce, joi choi, onions, rutabaga, carrots, hakurei turnips, brussels sprouts (large share pictured).

Use first (will keep about a week): lettuce
Store a little longer (about 2 weeks): joi choi, kale, cress, sprouts
Store very well (a month or more): rutabaga, onions, carrots, turnips
While your produce is super fresh, it has not been washed! Please take care to always wash your vegetables well before enjoying. 
Happy Week 7/10 of the Winter CSA! We are more than halfway through the season, have you purchased your spring share yet? CSA purchases this time of year are immensely helpful in preparing for spring. Pre-season can be one of the most expensive times for farmers who need to purchase seed and supplies for the upcoming season, in spite of winter cash flow being a fraction of what it is in the high season. In fact, this friction is what lead to the birth of the CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) model! Your support is greatly appreciated, year round!
Rutabaga Shepherd’s Pie (gluten free/paleo!)
Cress Salad with Mustard Vinaigrette (Belle Isle cress is a cousin of watercress)
Bon appetit!

CSA Winter 2019 Week 6

Our Winter CSA Week 6 Share, (clockwise from upper left): Cilantro, curly kale, garlic, lettuce, hakurei turnips, carrots, daikon radish, joi choi (large share pictured).

Use first (will keep about a week): lettuce, cilantro

Store a little longer (about 2 weeks): joi choi, kale

Store very well (a month or more): radishes, turnips, carrots, garlic

While your produce is super fresh, it has not been washed! Please take care to always wash your vegetables well before enjoying. 

Happy Week 6 of the Winter CSA! We are more than halfway through the season, have you purchased your spring share yet? CSA purchases this time of year are immensely helpful in preparing for spring. Pre-season can be one of the most expensive times for farmers who need to purchase seed and supplies for the upcoming season, in spite of winter cash flow being a fraction of what it is in the high season. In fact, this is what lead to the birth of the CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) model! Your support is greatly appreciated, year round!

Around the farm these days we are getting ready for the approaching cold snap, all the while hoping it won’t last long! That means harvesting in the garden when the weather is fair — digging carrots, picking kale, cutting cilantro. We have also tucked in all of our nursery plants so they will be cozy until spring. Every bed we free up in House 1 is replanted immediately. On a farm, there are always repairs and tidying up to do, and we really love watching the days grow longer this time of year!

We hope you are staying busy, happy, and healthy in 2019.

All of our best to you!