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Hurricane Farm and CSA's in the Newspaper

Blog: Hurricane Farm   -   Thursday May 27, 2010   -   By Chris

More people are buying a piece of their local farm Willimantic Chronicle, 27 May 2010 By MIKE SAVINO ABOVE: Erica Andrews, right, the owner of Hurricane Farm in Scotland with her husband Christopher, allows Jasper Cote, 2, to...

Colvin Family Farm--May 16-22

Blog: Colvin Family Farm   -   Friday May 21, 2010   -   By Colvin Farm

Again, I'm late getting this out--by the time you all read this you have probably already seen us at market. Because it is so late, this will probably be one of the most "thrown together" newsletters yet as there are hundreds of little things...

Colvin Family Farm--May 9th-15th

Blog: Colvin Family Farm   -   Friday May 14, 2010   -   By Colvin Farm

Hello Everybody! I tried to get this out yesterday, but our trusty "old faithful" laptop up and died on us in the middle of creating it. So, I am now creating this on our new Dell Inspiron Desktop computer. It is about as much better than our...

This Week At Colvin Family Farm

Blog: Colvin Family Farm   -   Thursday May 06, 2010   -   By Colvin Farm

Howdy everybody! I hope that you all will forgive me for putting all of these pictures in here, but I "got happy" with this new DSL Internet connection, and I really wanted you all to be able to "see" how the farm looks right now!...

Late April Update

Blog: Colvin Family Farm   -   Wednesday May 05, 2010   -   By Colvin Farm

I was tickled early one morning last week to be able to catch this picture of a Blue Heron wading through the edge of our pond! We don't normally have waterbirds land in our small pond, although we've had wild ducks, Canadian geese etc.. before. This...

April At Colvin Family Farm

Blog: Colvin Family Farm   -   Saturday April 10, 2010   -   By Colvin Farm

Over the past month we've just about got all of our tillable land worked over for the first time! It is necessary to work in your cover crop well enough in advance of putting in your main crop so that it will compost and add all of the nutrients that give...

CSA SHARES FOR MISTY MEADOWS FARM

Blog: Misty Meadows Farm   -   Tuesday March 23, 2010   -   By Ralph and Kathy

Please check out our CSA page here on Local Harvest.  We still have openings and several different options for sizes, prices, days, and locations. Misty Meadows Farm is the oldest running CSA in the Louisville, Kentucky area; we are going into our...

CSA Signups for 2010 now available at Dodge Lodge ...

Blog: Dodge Lodge Farm   -   Wednesday February 17, 2010   -   By Mike Causey

2011 CSA signups now available at Dodge Lodge Farm, Greensboro, NC Call or email Mike:  (336) 210-1947       dodgelodgefarm@aol.com              &nb...

This Week At Colvin Family Farm

Blog: Colvin Family Farm   -   Wednesday December 16, 2009   -   By Colvin Farm

  It has begun—Mud Season. Thick mud, thin mud, sloppy mud, sticky mud, slick mud—mud of all types, loved by little boys, hated by moms (that is an understatement) tolerated by men (what can we do about it?)—Mud.   I remember a book that my...

This Week At Colvin Family Farm

Blog: Colvin Family Farm   -   Wednesday December 09, 2009   -   By Colvin Farm

          This week we are pulling all of the carrots that successfully grew this Fall. We planted one-half of a bed in our garden (4 ft. by 100 ft.) early enough in September to make beautiful baby carrots from 2-4 inches...

This Week At Colvin Family Farm

Blog: Colvin Family Farm   -   Wednesday December 02, 2009   -   By Colvin Farm

Drizzling, cold, bleak, dreary--if you went by the weather, then you would think that we were having a terrible week. However there are things that bring cheer to a rainy day--Winter Rye cover crops are turning the fields green, lettuces and other greens are...

This Week At Colvin Family Farm

Blog: Colvin Family Farm   -   Friday November 20, 2009   -   By Colvin Farm

Apples, apples...more apples! This week has been the week for us to put them up. We hauled six crates (4'x4'x3') of "Yellow Delicious" grade outs from the Oren Wooden's Apple Orchard here on the mountain. Most of them were stored in a bin for hog...

new meat csa

Blog: Good for the Earth and Good for you... Millsap Farm   -   Monday October 19, 2009   -   By Curtis and Sarah

We are excited to announce our new Meat CSA.  We have been toying with the idea of a meat csa for quite a while, but I finally found the time to write out details and costs, and have posted it all, plus membership applications, to our wordpress...

Herd Health Day - Jacob's Reward Farm

Blog: Jacob's Reward Farm   -   Tuesday March 03, 2009   -   By Cindy

This past Saturday the shareholders of the Jacob's Reward Farm CSA held our first "Herd Health Day," by weighing the sheep, trimming their hooves, haltering the alpacas and trimming some feet.  The weather would have been absolutely perfect -...

Winter

Blog: Gravel Knolls Farm, CSA   -   Wednesday February 18, 2009   -   By Linda

The memberships are almost sold for this season and the weather's still cold so I'm feeling ahead so far this year! My main worry is being able to fit the membership traffic into the farm yard for the pick ups. We move the pick ups off the farm for the last...

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