Farm Basket 2015 – Week 8

Farm Basket 2015 – Week 8

Week 8 – Farm Basket​ September 24 Welcome to Week 8! What could be in your basket this week: Butternut squash Although a fruit, butternut squash is used as a vegetable and can be roasted, toasted, puréed for soups, or mashed

Farm Basket 2015 – Week 7

Farm Basket 2015 – Week 7

Week 7 – Farm Basket​ September 17 Welcome to Week 7! What could be in your basket this week: Brokali (no, that’s not a typo!) Half kale, half broccoli. There’s no ‘waste’ with this one – both the florets, leaves

Farm Basket 2015 – Week 6

Farm Basket 2015 – Week 6

Week 6 – Farm Basket September 10 Welcome to Week 6! What could be in your basket this week: Brokali (no, that’s not a typo!) Half kale, half broccoli. There’s no ‘waste’ with this one – both the florets, leaves

Farm Basket 2015 – Week 4

Farm Basket 2015 – Week 4

Week 4 – Farm Basket August 27 Welcome to Week 4! What could be in your basket this week: Cucumber/Lemon Cucumber Round and yellow, a perfect serving for one or two people. Lemon cucumbers have a thin skin with a

Farm Basket 2015 – Week 3

Farm Basket 2015 – Week 3

Week 3 – Farm Basket August 20 Welcome to Week 3! What could be in your basket this week: Cucumber/Lemon Cucumber Round and yellow, a perfect serving for one or two people. Lemon cucumbers have a thin skin with a

Farm Basket 2015 – Week 2

Farm Basket 2015 – Week 2

Week 2 – Farm Basket August 6 Welcome to Week 2. What could be in your basket this week: Cucumber These low-calorie veggies contain many nutritional benefits and are very versatile. Lettuce Light and fresh. Perfect for your late summer salad.

It is canning time

Yip it is that time of the year where the garden produce needs to canned for winter consumption.

Seeds for Spring 2012

Seeds for Spring 2012

Our seed orders for this growing season are starting to come in. With such a mild winter here in northeast PA,  spring planting will hopefully start a little earlier this year. I can hardly wait to start planting and to

Pastured Sheep

Pastured Sheep

Ladybugs eat a large number of aphids  and other harmful bugs, but one of the most endearing qualities of a ladybug is its appearance. We keep our “good luck charms” happy  by not using pesticides on our vegetables.

Land Stewardship

Land Stewardship

Working with the land not against it, no pesticides and herbicides ever. We aim to never injure the land, but rather to improve the soil, so it will continue to support healthy plants for years.