What was I just saying last week about taking time to appreciate the days? This week I feel like I can’t wait any longer. It’s time for certain veggies to just get on with it already!
When I peek in the hoop house, there are cherry tomatoes just starting to turn scattered here and there among the greenery. The green beans are starting to fill in and the collards are slowly putting on some size. Little tiny eggplants are starting to form.
It can be hard these days to find food you can trust.
We are all looking for food that will best nourish our bodies while least harming the environment. Food that hasn’t been sitting on a truck for days on end while its nutrients diminish to nothing.
We had the same difficulty finding the delicious fresh vegetables that we grew up eating, so we started growing our own.
We have 30 years of veggie growing experience and it has been our pleasure to provide fresh veg to our community for the past 8 years.
2023 may see us pivoting towards completing long term projects on the farm and away from the constant vigilance required by annual vegetable production. We’ll see what this winter brings as we map out our plans.