Every year the farmer must be able to be flexible enough to adapt to the current seasons growing needs. Even with the CSA if you read the broshure that came with your application, it states “Harvest selection is based on weather and seasonal conditions” Overall we do well in growing for the CSA. The current growing season’s lack of rain is becoming a challenge though, we have capacity for irrigation, however not all fields can be irrigated. Because of this I’m going to be forthright in letting you all know we may have one or 2 less selections in the shares each week untill consistent rains return. We’ve already diminished the volume of product we take to the farm markets, but we have to make further adjustments. Suprisingly we are continuing to plant for fall harvests and it’s amazing to see the seed germinate and strive to grow under such stressed growing conditions.  Let us all pray for the good rains. Farmer Paul

Scroll down for  Today’s list of  harvest selections.

20 Week shares : for 2024 June 6st – October 17th

24 Week shares:  May 23th – October 31st

  Eggs & Whoa Nellie Milk always available in Glass Door Cooler year round in Barn + Jared Goods.

CSA Operation hours are during Daylight hours only. 

  Items in Cooler are for purchase only.

Shares are available for pick up after 3pm Thursdays and are available till 12noon Fridays. Shares not picked up are donated to the needy.

This week’s  shares  include:

Parsley

Basil

Peaches

Bulb Onions

Blue Berries

Swiss Chard

Carrots

Remember:  shares are currently prebagged , Leave the basket, grab the bag & go. Extras produce at the farm is available on bench next to display cooler!

 Eggs & other cooler items are available for purchase at the farm in the barn anytime during daylight hours

2025 CSA sign ups season begins in December 2024 & continues thru April 2025

   As Always, growing for all you supportive folks this & every season now in  “2024 is our 45th Season” & AS ALWAYS  Farming Organic!”  Think sunny thoughts & warm gentle rains!  Farmer Paul

 

 

 

 

 
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