Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Season's Greetings




We are preparing ourselves for the upcoming season, and there are going to be a lot of changes. The biggest is the changeover from our current CSA model to two weekly farm stands on site. Beginning in early May (weather determines the exact dates), we will be open Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings offering our very own beautiful, fresh, delicious, sustainably grown vegetables. Soon, you will be able to read all about this on our website. But for now, you can start dreaming about those tender baby greens and that buttery lettuce, about juicy tomato salads being washed down by cool mint tea steeped from our fresh mint leaves.

See you soon...

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