Hello fine Farm Share folks!
It’s the final week of summer Farm Share.
It’s not so hard to believe on this crisp, dark mornings, but it
came quickly. The frost-sensitive plants have been harvested and
stowed away in the cooler, but lots of items are still to be reaped:Jerusalem artichokes, kale, collards, parsley, beets, carrots,rutabaga and I’m sure more!
We are thankful you’ve been a part of our season from start to finish, taking a chance with us and enjoying the spoils of the land. Many blessings to you and your household for the winter ahead. You’ve probably heard that we now offer winter shares: both organic vegetables and fruits. Follow this link and read carefully as your options are a little different than our summer shares:
Monthly payment options are now available for your convenience. Look for the next post featuring winter shares on November 14th.
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Farewell for now!
-Jerusalem artichokes (large root that looks like ginger- use
in cream soup, or slice and Sautee, skin and all in olive oil and
garlic until tender crisp)
-radish or rutabaga