Follow this link to sign up You’ll find optional share signups below – Hickory Wind Farm Grain Share Davis Family Farm Maple Share Two River Mushroom Share Registration for the season will close on May 21st (or sooner depending on sign up volume) so don’t wait!
Category Archives: Season Logistics
Signups for the 2022 Season are nearly here!
Our 2022 season will run from June 9th – November 3rd. Don’t forget that our distribution day is changing this year, and will now happen on Thursdays from 5:30-7:30pm. For returning members, registration will open Wednesday, March 30th at 11:30am. Keep your eyes peeled for an email with the signup link. Registration will open toContinue reading “Signups for the 2022 Season are nearly here!”
Sign ups for the 2021 season are open!
Registration is open for the 2021 CSA season. New this year – maple shares! For more details about what’s in a share, pics of past weekly shares, share plans and payment options, please see our Join/2021 Season page. And as always, reach out to us at email@example.com if you have questions. Registration ends on MayContinue reading “Sign ups for the 2021 season are open!”
Eat Your Vegetables: “Catch-All CSA” Breakfast Popovers
I can take literally 0 credit for this idea. It’s all my boo, John Pizza, who decided one morning to take canned biscuits, eggs, and various and sundry fridge/CSA hangers-on and create our new go to weekday breakfast item. A great way to use up elderly share items and/or just little bits of things youContinue reading “Eat Your Vegetables: “Catch-All CSA” Breakfast Popovers”
Storage Tips: Pitting Cherries
Give the ubiquitous plastic straw a second life by repurposing it as a DIY cherry pitter. That way you can neatly and easily render them ready for pies, smoothies, compotes, etc… without making your kitchen look like a scene from Dexter. Learn how from this lady on youtube (the action starts at 0:46). And remember:Continue reading “Storage Tips: Pitting Cherries”
Storage Tips: Keeping Flowers Fresh
When you bring your beautiful blooms home there’s lots you could be doing to help them last their longest. Here’s some tips from The Farmer’s Almanac about how best to cut em and prep em for the vase: Preparing Cut Flowers -Strip all the leaves from the bottom half to two-thirds of each stem. DoContinue reading “Storage Tips: Keeping Flowers Fresh”
First shares coming Tuesday, June 9!!
It’s almost time!! Your first PPkCSA pickup is Tuesday, June 9 from 5:30–8:15 p.m. at our distro site (Crow Hill Cross Fit, 1010 Dean Street). All shares will be pre-packed in grab-and-go bushel boxes. Please remember: All members are required to wear your own masks, use hand sanitizer, and observe social distancing marks drawn onContinue reading “First shares coming Tuesday, June 9!!”
Sign-ups are open!!
Registration is open for the 2020 CSA season! For details about what’s in a share, pics of past weekly shares, share plans and payment options, please see our Join/2020 Season page. And as always, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. There’s never been a better time to examine—and shorten—your food supplyContinue reading “Sign-ups are open!!”
Good Food Responsibly Grown
Notes regarding Coronavirus/Covid 19 March 20, 2020 If Community Supported Agriculture means anything to us, it means coming together to support one other in the difficult times as well as the good. It means that Jan and I will take every precaution to ensure that our workers stay safe and healthy and that the foodContinue reading “Good Food Responsibly Grown”
Winter CSA shares—sign up by Nov. 15!
Last chance to sign up for the winter share, with monthly pick-ups on November 23, December 14, January 11, and February 8. The winter share comes pre-packaged in a returnable box, and includes approximately 2 lbs of organically grown greens (including spinach, kale, tatsoi and Swiss chard), 8-10 lbs of storage vegetables (including carrots, redContinue reading “Winter CSA shares—sign up by Nov. 15!”