2019, May

Farm update – 5/27/2019

It may be Memorial Day, but it feels more like we're about to turn the calendar over to July rather than June. Despite that, we hope everyone had a good holiday weekend, and that in addition to unofficially kicking off summer, that there was time to reflect and to remember those who made the ultimate… Continue reading Farm update – 5/27/2019

2019, May

Farm update – 5/19/2019

We planted okra, basil, and edamame this weekend, so we continue closing in on the end of summer planting season. Sweet potatoes and peanuts are all that remain to be planted, and they simply are waiting for the carrots and potatoes to come up to take their place. This weekend we harvested potatoes, carrots, the… Continue reading Farm update – 5/19/2019

2019, May

Farm update – 5/12/2019

Work this weekend had to be done before, between, and after the frequent and sometimes intense rain showers that started Thursday evening and continued through this afternoon. The nearly 1.5 inch deluge that fell Friday resulted in temporary flooding in the low spot of our new field, home to lots of tomatoes. An emergency tomato-tying-up… Continue reading Farm update – 5/12/2019

2019, May

Farm update – 5/5/2019

This was a great week for first veggie harvests of the season! We took a few early carrots, the squash and zucchini are ramping up production, and we even got into the potato beds and dug some beautiful potatoes. Carrots and potatoes will stick around for a few weeks, while squash and zucchini should be… Continue reading Farm update – 5/5/2019

2018, May

Farm update – 5/28/2018

Eat y'all! That's not only a call to dig in to a scrumptious meal, but also the name of an organization that, since 2012, has strived to bring together chefs with the best of southern grown producers and makers. One way they accomplish this goal is to host a series of CONNECT dinners at restaurants… Continue reading Farm update – 5/28/2018