Arcadia Farms -
Wednesday January 29, 2014 - By Katie
a Michigan girl, which means not only am I used to four seasons but
dramatic, often vacillating transitions between those seasons. In the
spring and fall it is not uncommon to have sunny, 80-degree weather and
windy, perhaps rainy 40-degree weather...
Debbie's Garden -
Sunday November 21, 2010 - By Chickadee1
I want to take the time today to say I am very thankful for all my family, friends, and customers (who are also my friends!), and for all the FARMERS and GROWERS. I am truly blessed with an abundance of people in my life who make me feel special! I thank the...
Mott Family Farm -
Friday June 11, 2010 - By Shelley
Welcome to the long-awaited 2010 season! Some of you have been registered for a few months already, so I'm sure you're eager to get started with new culinary adventures. We've had an interesting spring already: strawberries extremely early, high heat making...
Lavender HIll Farm of Niles, MI -
Sunday November 23, 2008 - By Martha
This Thanksgiving my husband and I are celebrating the 10th anniversary of living on the farm. Ten years ago we bought the 1850 farmhouse from my parents who had lived here since 1952. They were ready to downsize and built a smaller house next...
Heritage Hills Farm -
Saturday November 22, 2008 - By Patricia
I want to thank all the members of the Heritage Hills Farm CSA for 2008. It was a pleasure working with all of you this year. I look forward to the 2009 season.
We will be adding a few new items for 2009 to help make our customers experience even more...
Oak Hill Farm of Sonoma -
Friday November 07, 2008 - By Lynn
Autumnal Greetings! I'm Lynn Thomas and I'm the Office Manager here at Oak Hill Farm of Sonoma in Glen Ellen, CA. I had one of the most amazing experiences here on the farm yesterday and thought it perfect for our first blog...
Sharon's Natural Gardens -
Thursday November 06, 2008 - By Kent and Sharon
I really enjoyed Ambers story about the mean red hen .. It likely wanted a bigger flock and place to live .Each kind of animal has its own personality just like each kind of seed has its own needs . What works in one place does not work in another...
Grinning Planet Farm -
Thursday November 06, 2008 - By Donna
This was our third and biggest year yet for market gardening at Grinning Planet Farm. We were so pleased with the clover living mulch around the tomato plants that we most certainly will do that again next season.
We've had drought conditions here...