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Nov 16th Market Day UPDATE

fall fields

Hope everyone can make it out to our farm this Sunday for the Monthly Market Day (2-4pm). Besides the great farmers that usually make it, we have teamed up with Matt Family Orchard to provide us with fresh local fruit and to help forage for other local treats. LOTS of artisan cheese this market day plus heritage pork sausage from Sand Creek Farm.

LOCAL Produce at the market: persimmons, lemons, satsuma oranges, kumquats, squash, zucchini, lettuce, cabbage, winter squash, radishes, arugula, sweet peppers, kale, baby greens, eggplant, cucumbers, and more. NOW IN THE FALL PEAK!

FARM TOUR AT 3pm! Come see the beautiful fall gardens. 12 acres of produce, ponies, chickens, ducks and other surprises. We want to share with everyone the building of our new farm store, opening next spring. Hope you can come share our vision.


Farmer Brad




Monthly Market Day and Farm Tour - Nov 16th

Come on out next Sunday the 16th for a farm tour at 3pm and enjoy our Monthly Market Day, a cooperative effort of local family farms dedicated to providing the highest quality food to our community.

Farmers will bring ALL LOCAL grass-fed beef, pork, chicken, artisan cheeses fresh baked bread, persimmons and veggies (we have six varieties of baby greens, chinese cabbage, beautiful radishes and other seasonal treats).

sweet baby beet greens!

Monthly Market Day

2 to 4pm, November 16th.

Visit our website for directions and details >>


Things to see at the farm:

12 acres of organic farming

Our new barn to house a farm store (opens spring 2009)

ponies, chickens, ducks, great folks and local farmers


Growin' Greens

fied of greensGreens are growing like mad on the farm right now, and to make it extra sweet we have been cutting them early as baby greens.  Super tender baby collards, turnips, beets, lettuce, mustard, arugula and kale.  Baby pak choi, green beans and green tomatoes too!
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