CSA Farming . . .

We have been using drip irrigation during the month of May. It is amazing how quickly the soil dries out when the wind is blowing. More mowing has been accomplished on the property. The fabric has been laid between the various rows of potatoes. This fabric will help to retain moisture, keep the weeds down, and give us a clean area to walk upon. Beets, peas, carrots, and spring onions have been planted via direct seeding into the soil. There is never a shortage of things to attend to on this family farm.

Each week on this Blog, I will give you some idea of what to expect in your box. You can subscribe to receive it sent to your Inbox. We also have a Harvest Calendar, Vegetable Identification Photo Albums, FAQ, and recipes. If you have other questions, the best way to reach me is via email.

I have been working on CSA scheduling. Once I get things arranged, I will be sending emails out to each and every CSA Member with more details. Remember we do schedule on a every-other-week basis. This means half of the CSA Members will start before the other half.

Each CSA Member will get a direct email from me indicating when your first CSA Box is being prepared.  You will be asked to reply (RSVP) to the email so we know you are expecting it.  We will give as much notice as possible before we harvest your first box of veggies.  In this every changing world one thing is certain, the garden does not stop growing; so be there every other week to get your veggies! Once we begin harvesting, just follow the calendar every other week from your Start Date until you hear from us that our season is ending.

We still do have CSA farm shares available fresh, local vegetables if anyone is interested. Just go to the website Join Our CSA page and sign up. I will get right back to you with an email of acceptance.