Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Back on Track, by Angela

Young Broccoli & Collards in the Field
In a whirl of conditioned farm execution, the broccoli and collards are finally in the ground! I can't tell you how good it feels to gaze out upon those rows of emerging fall delights in the field instead of panicking over their well-being during their extended stay in the greenhouse. Listen closely and you too may hear the various choruses of joy as you pass that field.
Brussels Sprouts & Josh
We bid adieu to farmer Josh whose last day with us was Friday. Seen above as the rock-star master of the weed whacker, Josh notably is the fastest garden-forker this farm has ever seen. Thank you, Josh, for all your hard work and enjoyable spirit. Blessings.
Heirloom Tomatoes in the Field for Gleaning
Same as last week, the heirloom tomato plants are dying out and are open for gleaning by members during pickup hours. Please take as many as you'd like before the plants are gone.
Heirloom Tomato Rainbow

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