Projected Croplist for 2013 Summer CSA Shares Sign Up Now!!

18 Feb

We have finalized our croplist for the coming season, as the seed orders start to come in. Before long we’ll be starting the first of our seeds, which typically are alliums in early March. Our onions, leeks, scallions and shallots are longer season crops that need as much of a head start as possible, so as to size up nicely in the summer. We grow a nice diverse crop of both with early and late varieties of each. Red, yellow, whites, cippollinis and early bunching onions as well as two types of scallions. We love our alliums!!!


This list is usually what we will grow on the farm, but we do add fruit and other crops from neighboring farms to supplement our shares as they come into season. Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, plums and apples are all planning to be distributed in this year’s Summer CSA as well. Usually we go out and U-pick fruit for our shares.


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Please click the link below to see this year’s Projected Croplist



One Response to “Projected Croplist for 2013 Summer CSA Shares Sign Up Now!!”

  1. Erica Knudsen February 18, 2013 at 6:56 pm #

    Hey luke! I hope you are wintering well! I am interested in a share this year. Is it possible to pick up at the market or is that too much? No worries if that isn’t an option. If you could email me an application, I will send it back with a check. Also, my son has showed an interest in volunteering at a farm. He is 11 and I would love it if he could come to the farm/greenhouse to help out. Let me know what you think. Take care, Erica

    Sent from my iPhone

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