Notes from the Field We are looking forward to seeing you again after a very cold Thanksgiving week! Last Thursday and Friday the night-time low hit 11 F, 19 degrees below average in Lexington. We put extra row covers over our spinach, cilantro, lettuce, scallions, […]
Notes from the Field This week has been spent harvesting, harvesting, harvesting! We will have a jam-packed farm stand tomorrow and Saturday with Thanksgiving and cozy winter essentials. This time of year I am glued to the NOAA weather website, even more so than your […]
Notes from the Field
We took advantage of sunny skies early in the week to finish cleaning up our summer production fields.
We also finished pulling our storage crops this week, resulting in an epic washing of carrots and beets by Allison, Emmy, and Tim with our new root washer!
The last two days have been busy preparing for the Fall CSA and Bulk Sale. We’ve taken two big deliveries from Picadilly Farm and MX Morningstar Farm, two local organic farms who are helping us fill orders of storage crops. We’ve harvested fresh greens from under row cover, and cold-hardy crops straight from the field! We’re looking forward to sharing them with you Friday and Saturday.
Lastly, this week we’re saying good-bye to our amazing remaining farm crew! Momoko, Allison, and Emmy have worked tirelessly to grow your vegetables this season. They’ve added great ideas for improvements on the farm and we hope they’ll come back next season!
Notes from the Field With only two distributions remaining in the Summer CSA, this week we are taking inventory of our fall storage crops and getting organized for our Fall CSA and Fall Bulk Sale. We’re continuing to celebrate our allium harvest, looking forward to pulling […]