We’re excited to get things underway – Shares start this week! Things look pretty good around the farm although we’re always fretting about something – weeds, cold rains, moving stuff around, getting things planted, wishing we had one more thing ready for the Share… Fretting ends on Thursday morning though! We’ll be prepping for pizza … More Summer CSA Week One
Do you ever think growing food is as easy as planting some seeds or taking a cow to the butcher? We’re talking REAL food – not Industrial Agriculture or CAFO operations. Our government, in their infinite wisdom, has subsidized those horrific and unsustainable large operations to the extent that folks don’t know what they’re eating or how … More The Real Cost of Food
Family farms are making a comeback! And why not? The number of young people wanting to get involved with sustainable food production is growing – even while the numbers suggest they can’t make a decent living farming. It may be the definition of “decent living” is changing as well… Our experience with this new generation … More We’re Growing
Have you started your onions yet? While some farms are burning tons of propane trying to get the first tomatoes we’re pretty happy to have the first onions and burn…well, nothing except some wood to keep things warm during germination. These purple pearl onions are a staple from mid-June until the “big boys” are ready later … More Starting Seeds
Shares went out a day early this week and everyone remembered to pick-up! Nor’easter? Not a problem. If CSA members are forced to stay home they still have the makings of a feast! We hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday and please, keep the shopping to a minimum.
Time flies when you’re having fun! And that is exactly what is happening with The Two Farms Winter CSA. This week we focused on Mediterranean cuisine with a delicious vegetable stew with a dollop of French Rouille – how utterly too too! Follow that with a bag loaded with goodies – large heads of Tokyo … More Week Three Farm Share
Gorgeous greens harvest yesterday for Week Two Winter CSA. Besides this Tokyo Bekana and Baby Bok Choy we also gave out a spinach/chard mix, baby greens salad mix, kale, herbs, scallions, broccoli, carrots, potatoes, garlic, kohlrabi, soy beans, fermented cabbage and an Asian inspired dish featuring turnips! No wonder we were tired last night!