Providence Farm, Central Lake, MI

  (Central Lake, Michigan)
Certified Organic Produce & Strawberries - Pastured Pork
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Yes, Shares Still Available for 2014's Season!

Hi Farm Friends and Local Foodies,

We are pleased to be able to expand our organic garden share offerings this season.  That means will have garden shares available for many more families!  This time of year, people frequently call asking if we have any more shares available.  The answer is "YES!" C'mon, and join the farm, it's not too late! 

Our CSA Garden Share members enjoy online management of their account where they can add additional items to their boxes, put their share on hold, change delivery locations, and switch out items in their boxes each week!

We have been operating a successful organic Garden Share CSA  since 2002 and offer an astounding variety of vegetables, making sure to include a great base of staples through out the season.  12 years of experience has allowed us to gain valuable feedback from our customers and make popular adjustments.

We really appreciate the commitment CSA members make for the duration of our farm season.  In return, each box is calculated against our normal prices at farm market to give between 5% and 15% each week (Higher % off in August and September due to abundance!), on top of our extremely reasonable CSA prices.

We also strive to make it easy to transition to a CSA Garden Share by offering storage tips and recipes through emails and newsletters each week.

Our archived newsletters are available at our website, so you can make an informed decision.

May you have a great rest of you Spring and Summer, enjoying the local bounty Northern Michigan has to offer.

Andrea Romeyn 

 

 

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2014!

Ryan and I want to wish all of you a wonderful holiday season full of joy, happiness and rest as you make time for precious family and friends. Again, we are grateful beyond words for your support in 2013. We know we are blessed and strive to bless you in return by continuing in our craft of farming!  We also want to acknowledge our dedicated and hard-working staff. 

We still attend two markets a week and make weekly runs to the grocery stores. In that vein, if any of you were interested in some fresh and yummy collards or kale, winter squash, cabbage, potatoes, rainbow or orange carrots, onions, beets, turnips, parsnips, or smiles...we'll be selling them Saturday! (Boyne City library & Traverse City Building 50). 

If you are interested in a 3/4 bushel box of carrots there are between 22-30 pounds in a box. Price for firsts is $1.50 per pound.  Price for 2nds (only difference is that they are misshapen) is $ .75 per pound. You can keep carrots well in a refrigerator or in a garage or cold room that doesn't freeze.  34-45 degrees is best, kept in the box, with the plastic liner loosely covering them.  They stay crisp and sweet for about two months.  People have also told me that they like to blanch them and then freeze them in discs or sticks for much longer storage.  

 

We will have carrots while supplies last.  PLEASE email us if you want a box of carrots. Specify 1sts or 2nds we'll meet you at the farm market (or farm) with them.  
We need orders ASAP for this week's markets so that we have plenty of time to pack them.
 
Thanks so much for helping us sell our wonderful veggies.  We truly appreciate your business!  Also, if you have a friend who you think would enjoy our farm news, recipes and fresh veggies and other offerings, please forward our newsletter.  
 

Peace & Joy in the New Year! ~

Andrea & Ryan Romeyn 

 
 

Providence Farm & CSA

Ryan and I want to wish all of you a wonderful holiday season full of joy, happiness and rest as you make time for precious family and friends. Again, we are grateful beyond words for your support in 2012. We know we are blessed and strive to bless you in return by continuing in our craft of farming!  We also want to acknowledge our beautiful and hard-working staff. 

We still attend two markets a week and make occasional runs to the grocery stores. We hear that a storm is coming, which may mean the end of harvesting any of our yummy greens!  In that vein, if any of you were interested in some fresh and yummy collards or kale, we'll be selling them Saturday (Boyne City library & Traverse City Building 50). The list of available items are in the column on the left!

If you are interested in a 3/4 bushel box of carrots there are between 22-30 pounds in a box. Price for firsts is $1.50 per pound.  Price for 2nds (only difference is that they are misshapen) is $ .75 per pound. You can keep carrots well in a refrigerator or in a garage or cold room that doesn't freeze.  34-45 degrees is best, kept in the box, with the plastic liner loosely covering them.  They stay crisp and sweet for about two months.  People have also told me that they like to blanch them and then freeze them in discs or sticks for much longer storage.  

We will have carrots through February.  PLEASE email us if you want a box of carrots. Specify 1sts or 2nds we'll meet you at the farm market (or farm) with them.  
We need orders ASAP for this week's markets so that we have plenty of time to pack them.
 
Thanks so much for helping us sell our wonderful veggies.  We truly appreciate your business!  Also, if you have a friend who you think would enjoy our farm news, recipes and fresh veggies and other offerings, please forward our newsletter.  
 
Peace & Joy in the New Year! ~ 
Andrea and Ryan Romeyn
 
 
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