The seeds have arrived, the sun is getting brighter, the days longer, seeding is about to start for a new season! If you haven’t joined and are intending to, or could put some more money down on your share, now would be good, since there are still many start up costs that need covering. If you aren’t planning on getting a share, but know you will purchase products from the market at Chicory Common (more on that soon) you can purchase pre-paid cards of $50 or $100. Also as the greenhouse work increases in later March and April, consider getting an early dose of spring and summer by coming and helping out! Get your early tan! Let me know.
…would like to encourage folks to sign up for the coming season! Also there are still ducks and herbal teas and products available from the farm, sausage and chicken from Burdock Grove. You don’t have to have a winter share to get these items, just let me know if you are passing by and would like to pop in.
As is with every season, now is the time I am organizing my seed order for the 2020 harvest! If you are interested in a share for the coming season, please let me know, and if you can, provide a first payment to help with the seed costs. I am also offering the pre-paid cards again in $50 or $100. There will be a market on Friday afternoons either at the farm or if the Chicory Common market happens, I’ll be there!
Those with Winter shares, remember there’s a pick-up this Friday from 2-6pm.
Whole frozen ducks are now available. Eggs are available for those who were getting eggs in the summer. Chicken and pork from Burdock Grove farm are still available too. Winter Fairy Tea, salves and oils too.
Here are the planned dates for Winter Share pick-ups for the 2019/20 season: every other Friday from 2 – 6 pm, in the root cellar.
December 6 and 20
January 3, 17, and 31
February 14 and 28
March 13 and 27
This schedule will only shift if there is a weather problem.
The space previously reserved for apprentices has been changed to a Bed and Breakfast. A new page has been set up for it here on the website. If you know anyone looking for a farmy place to stay, have them contact us.