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The weather has been cool, with light rains – perfect transplanting weather. Last week we began getting the first crops into the ground. The vegetable fields are waking up and coming back to life! In less than seven weeks from now, we’ll be harvesting the first vegetables and flowers of the season. Time flies!! We’ve gotContinue reading “Memberships Available”

Dustin’ off the John Deere, building greenhouses, building soil.

Summer is so quiet here. Everywhere else summer seems loud, crowded and sticky. But not here. The mornings are cool, calm and almost too beautiful. They seem otherworldly. Just the chorus of a few crickets and a pink glowing sky. Below are entire fields of sunn hemp cover crop, sitting fully saturated and supple from soakingContinue reading “Dustin’ off the John Deere, building greenhouses, building soil.”

Final market for the 2018-2019 season!

Just a quick note to say hope to see you all tomorrow (Saturday May 25, 2019) at our last market of the season! We will be at the Saturday Morning Market from 9am – 2pm and then we’ll be headed back home till October to quickly preserve some last minute goodies for our freezer andContinue reading “Final market for the 2018-2019 season!”

2018 Harvest begins!

Harvest season begins — opening day of Saturday Morning Market is TOMORROW, October 6th! We return to the Saturday Morning Market tomorrow morning, October 6th, from 9:00am – 2:00pm in the Al Lang Stadium parking lot in downtown St. Pete. Come join in the celebration with us, your farmers. The first of the fall abundance is here! SeeContinue reading “2018 Harvest begins!”

Onward to spring

Hi folks, So much has happened since Ellen’s last newsletter update. Fall whizzed by, winter arrived in full force, and spring weather shortly thereafter (within the past week). This year has brought many firsts, notably weather related – a dramatic hurricane (hurricane Irma) interruption at the start of planting season, river floods, abundant icicles, frozenContinue reading “Onward to spring”