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2014 Harvest Celebration

Blog: Harvest Michigan   -   Tuesday December 09, 2014   -   By Local Foodette

This year, we hosted our annual Harvest Celebration in conjunction with the Indian Hill Wine Cellar. It was an evening of free-flowing fun and great people – all with an interest in the good food system.     We were very warm...

Food Preservation Basics

Blog: Harvest Michigan   -   Tuesday December 02, 2014   -   By Local Foodette

It’s that time of year again! Harvest season has hit its peak – and for us local food lovers, this means we have access to more produce than we could ever consume before it starts to go bad. Luckily, there are many ways to keep food from spoilage that will...

Ugly Vegetables and Food Waste

Blog: Harvest Michigan   -   Friday November 07, 2014   -   By Local Foodette

Every so often, you may stumble across a few misshapen vegetables in your CSA box. Upon slicing them open or cooking them up, you will realize that these ‘mutant veggies’ contain the same great flavor and nutritive benefits as the ‘standard’ looking varieties....

Another Season Comes and Goes

Blog: The Kucek Family Farm   -   Saturday November 01, 2014   -   By Maria

It is that time of year again where we have rushed to the finish line after a marathon harvest. Working full speed ahead still, we are raking up the last of our walnuts, picking what seems to be the last of the tomatoes and squash.  In reality, when it...

autumn is in the air

Blog: Meadowset Farm & Apiary   -   Friday September 19, 2014   -   By Thomas & Barbara

 Autumn notes.... September is my favorite month! Growing season still underway but the nights are cool.... not bad for a Swiss mountain boy. We dried the ewes off last week, a month earlier than usual, but this year was tough with help and our precious...

2014 Harvest Complete

Blog: Oregon Trail Garlic   -   Tuesday August 12, 2014   -   By Kevin

2014 Garlic Harvest is complete!  What a beautiful and bountiful harvest.  We have a lot of new varieties available this year on our website, that you should could and taste! Perhaps for the last time, we have a HUGE amount of Chesnok Red available...

6 Tips For Preparing Your CSA Produce

Blog: Harvest Michigan   -   Thursday July 31, 2014   -   By Local Foodette

The shift towards seasonal eating can be difficult, but having the joy of farm fresh vegetables is well worth it. With CSA registration, you are about to take off on a culinary adventure, so we’ve put together a few tips to help you out along the way.   ...

The Benifits of Blackberries

Blog: Wally World Farmer's Market   -   Wednesday July 16, 2014   -   By Chef Michael

The benifits of Blackberries As I continue to recover from my last  Gout attack  I have found Cherry juices and  Fresh  Blackberries and Blue Berries. The most readily available and affordable items have been the Fresh berries. This...

Kale: Trending Now

Blog: Harvest Michigan   -   Tuesday July 08, 2014   -   By Local Foodette

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Visit our Harvest Market Blog

Blog: Harvest Market Natural Foods   -   Monday February 24, 2014   -   By Harvest Market

Please visit our Harvest Market Blog by copying this link into your browser: Thanks for supporting fresh and local!  

Walnuts are done!

Blog: The Kucek Family Farm   -   Wednesday November 06, 2013   -   By Maria

Walnuts:  The harvest is over!  What a great year we had for walnuts, and for the first year ever with a big thanks to my brother, we got the complete harvest completed in under a month. Not only that, the walnuts look great.  And according to...

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 / , Shorter days and cooler temperatures herald the traditional...

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...

Celebrating Lammas

Blog: Texas Herb Company& Crafty Threads   -   Thursday August 01, 2013   -   By Petra

The year is 1100. The date is August 1. The monks in the abbey at Gloucester are celebrating the holy-day of St. Peter in Chains. One of the monks wakes from a strange dream in which God promises to strike down the wicked King who has abused the Holy Church....

Harvest Already!!!!!

Blog: Allicins Ranch   -   Monday March 25, 2013   -   By Ben

Well,   I cant believe it.  Here we are, another year gone by and our southern softneck is already for harvest.  We cant wait to cure it and offer it again as the first fresh garlic in the US.  The crop looks gorgeous and I know it...

Keeping a Garden Journal

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Monday March 11, 2013   -   By Katie

I’m not a scientist by trade or education, but I have to say that I nerdishly enjoy experiments. Or perhaps it would be more accurate to say that I enjoy continuous improvement and believe that trail-and-error lessons are one of the best ways to make...

Garden Apps Wish List

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Wednesday February 20, 2013   -   By Katie

Wish List Wednesday | Garden Apps (from seed to table!) I’ll be the first to admit that there’s nothing organic or sustainable about apps for your mobile device. At first glance it may seem a little off-center that a website about living...

Turkey harvest on the farm

Blog: Bindel Farms   -   Tuesday November 20, 2012   -   By Jason

The Sunday before Thanksgiving is always an exiciting and extremely busy time on the farm! This is when all of our CSA members comes out to the farm and pick up their turkey for Thanksgiving.  They also come to tour the farm and...


The Glory of Autumn

Blog: North Star Homestead Farms, LLC   -   Monday October 08, 2012   -   By Ann, Laura, and Kara

Folks are on the roads these days.  Up and down the twisting, winding rural ribbons of pavement—stopping, staring, wondering.  I know this because some of these folks have stopped in the café lately, their eyes glinting, their faces smiling. ...

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