Month: January 2013

Winter farmers markets…

Winter farmers markets…

Its was a balmy 15 degrees as we loaded the truck this morning in the early first light.  We were thankful it wasn’t zero as the previous mornings had been, and there was little wind.  We were off to sell our fare at the New […]

Deep Winter Chill…

Deep Winter Chill…

That sound you hear outside your window is the ice shifting and the air breaking in half.  Geeze Louise it’s cold out there!!  So what is a farmer to do in the heart of winter you may ask?  Well, there is a lot actually.  Get […]

Happy New Year to our friends, CSAs, and clients…

Happy New Year to our friends, CSAs, and clients…

Ok, so its been a long time since the last post.  Actually seven months but we’re looking to start off the new season with plenty of content for your viewing pleasure (we hope).  After loosing track of the blog updates during the height of the season we are now going to incorporate the website/online media training as part of the farms internship program.  In todays world it pays to know as much about the ways of the laptop as the fields!  

So, today will be a short post just to get back into the swing of things.  As it is CSA sign up season we thought a couple of links about CSAs and what the pros and cons are might be helpful for anyone thinking of joining up in their area.  

http://www.rudisbakery.com/2012/09/14/the-pros-and-cons-of-joining-a-csa-by-guest-blogger-gina-from-simply-life/

http://projectonefortyfive.wordpress.com/2012/08/09/pros-cons-of-the-csa-i-participate-in-29-2/

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!  

cheers, 

P and Q