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Looking ahead to our 10th Season!

Blog: Bloom Where You're Planted Farm   -   Sunday July 27, 2014   -   By Teresa

Our tenth-annual Pumpkin Festival is fast approaching, and in under 8 weeks we'll be opening our doors again to our favorite people -- our customers.   It doesn't seem possible that this will be our tenth season, but it is.  We have grown in ways we...

Farm life end of spring 2014

Blog: The Kucek Family Farm   -   Wednesday May 21, 2014   -   By Maria

It as been some time since the last post as I have been working hard on so many things.  Kucek Family Farms had been thriving.  I and my brother have been prepping for harvest already, even though harvest is not till September some time.  Walnut...

What's new in 2014

Blog: Folls Flower Farm   -   Wednesday February 05, 2014   -   By Thea

Wedding Flowers For the first time since we started the farm in 2000 we are going to have some "pick your own flowers" this year.  The flower choices that customers can pick will be specific shrub varieties such as our twelve different kinds of...

Planting Fruit Trees in Fall

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Friday November 22, 2013   -   By Katie

Spring is always a busy and exciting time for gardeners. I’m no exception. Logically I spent a lot of time in the garden this spring, planting, prepping and simply enjoying the sights and sounds of nature waking up from her winter nap. One of the things...

Poultry Personnel

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Tuesday October 29, 2013   -   By Katie

Despite being someone who likes to plan, I’ve developed this trend during the last several years of my life where I put things off until the last minute. Getting my garden ready for fall (and really, winter and spring) has sadly been no different. Last...

Turnip Salad

Blog: The Depot Farm   -   Saturday October 26, 2013   -   By Phil

       Here's an great recipe using turnips and other fall crops. Enjoy! 2 turnips peeled, halved and sliced thin                    &...

Sunny Saturday at the Bluegrass Farmers' Market!

Blog: Bluegrass Farmers Market   -   Friday September 27, 2013   -   By Kentucky Proud

Tomorrow might be the first Saturday in fall but it promises to feel more like summer! Mother Nature is giving us yet another beautiful day in the 80's! Yes, we still have plenty of summer goodness at the market. Yes, we also have plenty of fall goodies...

Fall is in the air

Blog: Sanzone Farms   -   Wednesday September 25, 2013   -   By Sam

Fall is in the air Stay tuned for some simple tips to prepare your garden for fall/winter seasons.

The Big New York State Honey Harvest

Blog: Seaway Trail Honey   -   Wednesday September 25, 2013   -   By Pat

    The Big New York State Honey Harvest By Pat Bono / seawaytrailhoney.com , seawaytrailhoney@gmail.com Shorter days and cooler temperatures herald the traditional...

Echinacea Purpurea Seeds are now available for fal...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Sunday September 22, 2013   -   By Arlene

Echinacea Purpurea Seeds (Echinacea purpurea) Herbaceous perennial. Our Home Farm Herbery Organic Perennial Echinacea Purpurea Seeds are now available to sow seed outdoors in very early spring or fall. This...

It's Pumpkin Season at Bountiful Blessings Farm!

Blog: Bountiful Blessings Farm Produce   -   Sunday September 15, 2013   -   By Jeff

We have started picking pumpkins and gourds at the Bountiful Blessings Farm. Stop out and check out our selection!!!  

Enjoying This Season

Blog: Art, Fresh Produce & more   -   Tuesday September 10, 2013   -   By Haley

It has been a really great season here at Art, Fresh Produce & more as anticipated. Nice warm sunshine and plenty of rain has given us lots of beautiful vegetables. Praise God for a great year! There have been some challenges such as soil fungus and...

Changing Seasons

Blog: North Star Homestead Farms, LLC   -   Sunday September 08, 2013   -   By Ann, Laura, and Kara

The morning must rises thick and dense, up to the tops of the maples and pines that surround the pasture.  The early sunlight beams through in radiant shafts, catching floating mist particles on their way.  It clings to my hair and face and hands...

Hugelkultur on a Micro-Farm

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Tuesday December 04, 2012   -   By Katie

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you know that we’re planning to double the size of our market garden this coming spring. The plan is to have one or two volunteer days in the spring where we can build raised bed frames, move compost from...

Fall/Winter 2012

Blog: Spring Hill Farm   -   Wednesday November 28, 2012   -   By Camille

Despite a minor drought and more insects this year, it wasn't the worse year we've had, but we took a loss on the tomatoes, garlic, strawberries and edamame...which I was not expecting. I'm pretty sure the garlic and strawberries were drought related. The...

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How to Use Leaves in Your Yard and Garden

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Friday November 09, 2012   -   By Katie

Learn more at www.arcadia-farms.net Leaf Pick-Up or Pack-Up? I’m pretty sure we’re the only family on the block whose lawn is still covered in leaves. Why? Because leaf pick-up happened at least a week ago. In our suburban neighborhood, leaf...

Just started

Blog: Thousand Hills Ranch   -   Saturday November 03, 2012   -   By buckaroo7

Whew!,  Spent the day with folks from Seattle area and visited about all kinds of ranch things including where the cows are, hay production and how the fire in August effected everybody, four legged and two legged.  We have be refreshed by two...

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Bluegrass Farmers' Market Last Day of 2012 Season!

Blog: Bluegrass Farmers Market   -   Thursday October 25, 2012   -   By Kentucky Proud

This is it...Saturday will be the last market day of the 2012 season. It's always a bittersweet day. The fields are showing the signs of the season and growth has slowed down. The farmers are tired and looking forward to a wee bit of a break...like that ever...

October 2012 Update

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Tuesday October 23, 2012   -   By Katie

I really dislike being cold. I can handle extreme heat, rain, dark, manual labor and constantly having my hands in compost. But I really dislike the cold. Since it has been chilly and rainy here the last several weeks, I’ve been pretty lethargic about...

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