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2021 CSA sign up is open!

Please see the CSA member info and CSA sign up tabs above to learn more about this year’s CSA! Reading through last year’s CSA info, reflecting, editing, and updating for this year, can I just say, holy moly, what a … Continue reading

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CSA is full for 2020

We are also at the Storrs Farmers Market. I expect to start having a good diversity of veggies in late May or so. Thank you!  

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Farming during a pandemic

Good morning! It’s a beautiful sunny morning, and I’m watching the birds from the couch with my coffee. I haven’t seen our winter friends the juncos in a few days, and it seems that most of our summer residents are … Continue reading

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2020 CSA Memberships Available!

Check out CSA member info and our CSA sign up form to get yourself set up for a full season of some of the best food you can eat! For real. As I write this, it’s mid-January. With the mild … Continue reading

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We’re at the Storrs Farmers Market for the winter… see you there!

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2019 CSA memberships

Our CSA is full for the full season. If you’re interested in joining for the fall, please find info here and membership forms.  Thank you!  

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Sign up for the 2018 season!

         

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Looking into 2017

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A few moments

So it turns out I’m an awful blogger. Witty and insightful posts, half finished and abandoned at one in the morning, an old phone too full of old pictures to take any more. So many recipe ideas! But rest assured, … Continue reading

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Alliums

Onions, garlic, shallots, leeks. Scallions, chives, and ramps. They are all alliums, collectively indispensable in cooking. And among the first seedlings to sprout in the greenhouse. Alliums are monocots, which means they have one cotyledon. Cotyledons are the first tiny … Continue reading

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