Changing Plans

We wanted to let everyone know that we will NOT be at market tomorrow. There was a family emergency this week that really threw us off- everyone is ok now. In addition to that, it is going to be a very very wet weekend and rather than harvest we need to get our cover crop planted! We will plan on being at market next week for our last hurrah.

Please don’t forget to sign-up for our Fall Harvest Share. There are limited spots and we’d like to prioritize our local folks before committing to a Portland drop. Thanks to everyone who has already signed up.

Fall Harvest Shares

It’s really starting to feel like fall- the weeds are back, the days are shorter and cooler, we smell tomatoes in the field, and the food just keeps rollin’ in. We are so lucky! As some of you may know, we have decided to make Sept. 28th our last market of the season. We have some major infrastructure projects going on on the farm and we really need some ‘down’ time to focus on them before the rains start in earnest. That being said, we still have so much food! We always celebrate seasonal homegrown meals and are fortunate to have enjoyed many during what some might consider the off season.

These Fall shares are larger than a normal CSA because they will be available every other week. You’ll receive an abundance of late season produce – winter squash, potatoes, onions, shallots, garlic, peppers, kale, chard, lettuce, beets, carrots, radishes, and more! Please¬†shoot us an email if you’d like to sign up.


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