CSA, Week 9: Too Much Rain and the Inherent Uncertainty of Farming

Week 9: Peaches, cherry tomatoes, husk cherries, purple cabbage, tea herbs (mix of anise, mountain mint, holy basil, sweet fern, fennel, and lemon balm), cippolini onions, squash, and carrots. We weren’t sure what to expect this week. The lead farmer sent out an email a couple of days before pick-up in which she shared her … More CSA, Week 9: Too Much Rain and the Inherent Uncertainty of Farming

CSA, Week 7

It’s already been seven weeks! This week included basil, carrots, cucumbers, eggplant, kale, string beans, yellow squash, and scallions. There were also PYO berries, but it was raining, so I’ll go back later in the week. Still no tomatoes. Here are a few close-ups… Three colors of string bean: Carrots just loosened from the ground: … More CSA, Week 7

CSA, Week 5

Week 5. Hard to believe it’s been five weeks. The produce gets more exciting every week. This week: scallions, summer squash, chard, carrots (with all their glorious greens), thai basil, a quart of pick-your-own raspberries and blueberries (there are a lot of beautiful blueberries under there…), cucumbers, more summer squash (or is it zucchini?), and … More CSA, Week 5