Monthly Archives: July 2011

CSA – Week #6

Our trees, veggies, and fields (not to mention the farmers!) are grateful for that bit of rain we received last night and for today’s cool, misty morning.  We were just about ready to start doing some rain dancing over here!  … Continue reading

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Sizing Up Our Choices

We’re happy to reprint this piece by Sally Chappell, a Bridgton resident and member of our CSA.  The article originally appeared in an “Earth Notes” column in The Bridgton News. Sizing Up Our Choices I never imagined so much American culture and history … Continue reading

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CSA – Week #5

  Can this really be week #5??  The season is whizzing by, and more and more different varieties of veggies are coming on strong as we head into the second half of July, including cherry tomatoes, zucchini, summer squash, peppers, … Continue reading

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CSA – Week #4

We were grateful for the clouds today during harvest.  We got started at 6 AM, anticipating another scorcher like yesterday, but the cloud cover kept things reasonably tolerable, for us and the delicate greens we try to get in first.  … Continue reading

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CSA – Week #3

Summer is here in force…pretty warm out there, eh?  It might just be the day for that first swim of the summer…  We hope everyone had a happy 4th of July weekend.  Sonya stayed here on the farm and enjoyed … Continue reading

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