Do you have your “Top Ten”?
September 23-29, 2019 Thank you for consistently picking up your CSA goodies each week this summer, hopefully you have developed a taste for eating well.
The Heart of the Commonwealth
September 16-22, 2019 The genesis of these writings was watching people I know and love making lousy food choices, which in turn has an impact
Farming Through a Hurricane
September 9-15, 2019 I can only imagine the incredible amount of preparation and work needed to batten down the farming hatches ahead of an approaching
If Not for the Planet, Do it for Yourself
September 2-8, 2019 Saving the planet one bite at a time is a pretty tall order, so we better get started. You’ve most likely made
50/50 Chance of Rain
August 26- September 1, 2019 His face was always scruffy, a country boy turning into a wise old-timer. We worked together over twenty-five years ago.
You Can Make a Difference
August 19-25, 2019 This past week scientists from around the country descended on Louisville for the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, and we were
When the Rubber Hits the Road
August 12-18, 2019 By one definition, farmers are in the transporting business. We move soil around to prepare the fields for the little seeds we
Market Shopping c.2019: 2019 Summer CSA, Week 13
August 5-11, 2019 One reward we receive for our work is the enthusiastic feedback from our customers at the farmer’s market. We see and hear
Corn is Complicated: 2019 Summer CSA, Week 12
July 29- August 4, 2019 Corn is biologically tricky to grow and make look good. Corn is in thousands of foods, drinks, cosmetics, and plastics.
Mother Nature Goes Hi-Tech: 2019 Summer CSA, Week 11
July 22-28, 2019 In our quest to bring you responsibly grown food, we have access to technologies our ancestors could not even imagine. Apart from
Good Habits & Our Top Ten List: CSA Week 22
September 25 – 28, 2017 We know you have been eating well since your shares have been bountiful with wholesome organic food. The very nature
Crop Update from the Farm: CSA Week 21
September 18 – 21, 2017 Some people say that farmers are eternal optimists as they are often heard to say, “there is always next year!”