Announcement from Tommy

Due to the coronavirus this year, Thanksgiving Dinners are being cancelled. Sorry for the inconvenience. Please plan ahead. (I heard there is an abundance of HAMS available this year!)

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2021 Garlic in the bed

Garlic is one of the few long growing crops that gets planted in the Fall to begin to sprout and overwinter. It restarts in early Spring for a late July harvest.

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Precocious Teenager

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Final Farm Stand

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Dining during Pandemic

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Starting the Farm Stand

In cooperation with Kellogg Bridge Shop, Matt has ventured into operating a Farm Stand to serve the community with our surpluses. In starting out he’s focused on our surplus eggs and vegetables. It isn’t a lot this year, but planning is already underway to expand the quantities and varieties of products we can offer. Presently the Farm Stand operates on Friday and Saturday afternoons from 3 PM until 6 PM unless he sells out before closing. Stop by and give him some encouragement and maybe even pick up a few things!

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After the Frost – Coming Soon

After the late Spring frost, which damaged Summer crops, they are finally coming back and will be ready to harvest in a few weeks.

Cucumbers, summer squash, peppers, cherry tomatoes, zucchini, heritage tomatoes
bulb onions, carrots,sweet corn, cabbage, broccoli
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Farm Stand at Kellogg Bridge Store

Seasonal vegetables locally growth.

Fridays 3-6 PM and Saturdays 9-12 PM

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Knock, Knock? Who’s There? Spring!

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Spring needs to Hurry Up

It’s always a bit of gamble guessing when to start seeds in anticipation of Spring. We decided this year to grow our own onion seedlings rather than relying completely on sets. Both of us started flats of seeds, not being sure how it will go.

Fortunately they’ll take a bit of cold under a protected, covered bed as soon as snow melts off and the soil thaws.
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