Winter/Spring 2012 Archive

This is an archive of the weekly newsletters from Spring 2012

Week Seven

March 17, 2012

Happy St Patrick’s Day. You will definitely be taken care of in the green department tomorrow.

LAST WEEK of the Winter Shares.That went by way too fast.We feel blessed to have had such sweet beautiful greens and the citrus and Strawberries from Southern California. Let us know if you want a Spring Share for 8 weeks ,starting next week. Pick up for now will continue to be at the Farmers Market on Saturday.

What’s In Your Harvest Basket This Week?

  • Sorrel
  • Red Vein Spinach
  • Baby Cimmaron  and Green Romaine heads
  • Curly Cress
  • Carrots
  • Onions
  • “You Pick” a bag of greens of your choice at the Farmers Market

Week Five

March 2, 2012

What’s In Your Harvest Basket This Week?

  • Red Lettuce Mix
  • Arugula
  • Spinach
  • Onions
  • Winter Squash

These seasons go too fast.I hope you are enjoying  the beautiful greens. Plan on sprouts soon.

Winter Squash, it is the last of what we stored. We are not sure of the variety ?Possibly a volunteer. We baked one last night to try it out. Excellent! A firm spaghetti squash. All we did was cut it put it face down in a shallow pan of water baked in the oven until soft.We put a little butter and garlic salt on it and ate with a spoon. Delicious!

Week Two

February 11, 2012

What’s In Your Harvest Basket This Week?

  • Spinach
  • Arugula
  • Sorrel
  • A trio of onions:Purple,Yellow,& White
  • Golden,Purple,Red & Russet Potatoes
  • Garlic
  • Strawberries (conventionally grown) just picked and delivered to me from southern California

Welcome back! We missed you. It is still a wonder to me when I see what can grow at almost 6000 feet and in freezing and below temperatures.

Thank You for being so loyal and willing to grow with us. We are excited to be growing for the second winter and for the first time harvesting in February!
Pick up will be at the Farmers Market on Saturday from  9 to noon for now.
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