Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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Dear Friends,

Our 2019 season is approaching. Our first crop of the year will be strawberries. The season usually begins in mid-June, however due to the cold spring and below normal soil temperatures, the strawberries may be about a week late this year. We will update as we have more information.

As in years past, we are a you-pick farm; we do not sell pre-harvested food.

Later in the summer, we will be offering raspberries and tomatoes.

A pick-your-own flower garden will be new to our farm this year. A beautiful variety of sunflowers, gladiolas, dahlias, and more.

We will also be selling honey from the farm's resident hives.

Thanks to all who visit our farm and support local farmers.

Thanks and see you soon!
Liz, Carrie & Stacy

Cultural Practices at our Farm:
We use IPM (Integrated Pest Management) or sustainable farming practices. Our goal is to provide food that is not just healthy for people, but also the environment. We are not organic but use organic practices whenever we possibly can. For example, all of our crops are hand weeded (That's over seven acres!) to drastically reduce the amount of herbicide needed. We also use certified organic sprays, natural fertilizers and crop rotation.
strawberries raspberries tomatoes pumpkins
mid-June-early July
late August-October
late August-September