Week 11 of Summer Shares 2018

  Summer Shares Week 11! We are doing our best to keep our baskets full through this weather. The clouds and rain have had an effect on the growth and regrowth of many of our crops, and we hope you will understand if a basket ever feels “light” for a week. . Monday August 20th, Wednesday August 22nd, Friday August 24th Pick up is in the barn anytime after 3:30pm Wholesale Veggies Firsts Tomatoes— $1.25/lb on orders over 10lbs Seconds Tomatoes–$.50/lb Roma Tomatoes–$1.50/lb Pesto Basil–$5.00/lb special pricing for basil with some pest damage on leaves Some veggies may come with limited pest damage. We are committed to operating as a 100% Spray and Pesticide Free farm, and one of the results of that is occasional pest problems. Typically the extent of the damage is small holes nibbled by insects, and … Continue reading »

Summer Shares Week 8 2018

  Summer Shares Week 8! This week marks halfway through the season! The crops are in a transition period at this point between the earlier season crops (peas, and the late season vegetables (tomatoes, eggplant, peppers) Monday July 30th, Wednesday August 1st, Friday August 3rd Pick up is in the barn anytime after 3:30pm Some veggies may come with limited pest damage. We are committed to operating as a 100% Spray and Pesticide Free farm, and one of the results of that is occasional pest problems. Typically the extent of the damage is small holes nibbled by insects, and we will never pass out vegetables that have lost their nutritional integrity due to pest damage. We hope you will understand! A ? denotes a veggie that is either on the fence about harvesting this week, or will begin to make … Continue reading »

Summer Shares Week 7

  Summer Shares Week 7! We are excited for another week of harvest for you all! Monday July 23rd, Wednesday July 25th, Friday July 27th Pick up is in the barn anytime after 3:30pm Some veggies may come with limited pest damage. We are committed to operating as a 100% Spray and Pesticide Free farm, and one of the results of that is occasional pest problems. Typically the extent of the damage is small holes nibbled by insects, and we will never pass out vegetables that have lost their nutritional integrity due to pest damage. We hope you will understand! A ? denotes a veggie that is either on the fence about harvesting this week, or will begin to make its way around the baskets week by week until everyone receives some. What to Expect Week 7: Head Lettuce Peas … Continue reading »

Summer Shares Week 6 2018

  Summer Shares Week 6! We are excited for another week of harvest for you all! Monday July 16th, Wednesday July 18th, Friday July 20th Pick up is in the barn anytime after 3:30pm Some veggies may come with limited pest damage. We are committed to operating as a 100% Spray and Pesticide Free farm, and one of the results of that is occasional pest problems. Typically the extent of the damage is small holes nibbled by insects, and we will never pass out vegetables that have lost their nutritional integrity due to pest damage. We hope you will understand! A ? denotes a veggie that is either on the fence about harvesting this week, or will begin to make its way around the baskets week by week until everyone receives some. What to Expect Week 6: Head Lettuce Peas … Continue reading »

Summer Shares Week 4 2018

  Summer Shares Week 4! We are excited for another week of harvest for you all! Pickup will be as usual on Wednesday, July 4th Monday July 2nd, Wednesday July 4th, Friday July 6th Pick up is in the barn anytime after 3:30pm Some veggies may come with limited pest damage. We are committed to operating as a 100% Spray and Pesticide Free farm, and one of the results of that is occasional pest problems. Typically the extent of the damage is small holes nibbled by insects, and we will never pass out vegetables that have lost their nutritional integrity due to pest damage. We hope you will understand! A ? denotes a veggie that is either on the fence about harvesting this week, or will begin to make its way around the baskets week by week until everyone receives … Continue reading »

Week 6 of Summer Shares 2016

Week of July 18th Week 6 of Summer Shares Pick-up in the barn any time after 3:30 PM We do our best to anticipate what you will be getting in your share basket the coming week. It is possible this can change for many reasons! If you don’t get something in your basket you will get it a different week- sometimes we don’t have enough of something to make it all the way around but we do keep track. If something is listed with a question mark we are unsure if it will be ready. ▪ Lettuce ▪ Napa Cabbage ▪ Kohlrabi ▪ Summer Squash ▪ Zucchini ▪ Radishes ▪ Peas ▪ Broccoli? ▪ Chard Every Week Only ▪ Kale Share ▪ Orchard Hill Bread Share: Honey Multi-Grain ▪ Herb Share: Mon- sage, Wed- basil, Fri- parsley Recipe of the … Continue reading »

Week 3 Summer Shares 2016

Week of June 27th Week 3 of Summer Shares Pick-up in the barn any time after 3:30 PM We do our best to anticipate what you will be getting in your share basket the coming week. It is possible this can change for many reasons! If you don’t get something in your basket you will get it a different week- sometimes we don’t have enough of something to make it all the way around but we do keep track. If something is listed with a question mark we are unsure if it will be ready. ▪ Lettuce ▪ Bac Choi ▪ Garlic Scapes ▪ Radishes ▪ Peas ▪ Spinach? ▪ Beets? ▪ Kale Every Week Only ▪ Chard Share ▪ Orchard Hill Bread Share: Maple Oat ▪ Herb Share: Parsley Recipe of the Week Radish Salsa Work Exchange and Paid … Continue reading »

Monday

Monday pick-up and delivery members     Dublin Mon 1    Bridget McFall 2    john morris 3    Christine Clinton 4    Deb Coltey 5    Jodi Seaver 6    Abigail LePage 7    Abigail LePage 8    Heather Wilkins     Swanzey Mon 9    Susan Filipi 10    DONNA SCHAUER 11    Kristen Trombly 12    Damon Anderson 13    Melanie Petersen 14    John Baz-Dresch 15    Susan Murata 16    Heather Davenport 17    Jacob & Janet Robertson 18    Season Smith 19    sharon oliver 20    Cole Royal 21    Angela D Lapinsky     Keene Mon 22    Beth 23    Jodi Genest 24    Amanda Whalen 25    Marni Silverstein and Michael Davern 26    Kathleen Blackwood 27    Joy Davis 28    Todd Bissell 29    Nicholas Williams 30    Kristina Lang 31    Leila Meehan 32    Corey & Christa Daniels 33    Jana McLoughlin     Pboro Mon 34    Tracy Craig 35    Audrie Osgood 36    Carla Pierson 37    Jaimie OBrien 38    Rose Novotny 39    Leslie … Continue reading »

Week 9 of Fall Shares- LAST PICK-UP!

Week 9 of Fall Shares: Thursday, December 3rd. This is the LAST pick-up for the season! We hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving!  Please enjoy your last share of the season! Temperatures have dropped now, so please make sure to pick up your share as promptly as possible so that it doesn’t freeze.  Summer Share sign-ups will be available soon! Keep an eye out! When something is listed with a ‘?’ it means we aren’t sure how much of that crop there will be to harvest. Some people may receive these items, others may not.  We keep track of where we leave off and make our way around to everyone as best we can! This Week’s Harvest: Celeriac         Potatoes       Onions           Squash           Garlic             … Continue reading »

Week 8 of Fall Shares- Pick-up TUESDAY!

Week 8 of Fall Shares: TUESDAY, November 24th pick-up.  Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, share pick-up is on TUESDAY this week! We wish everyone a happy holiday!  Here at the farm we are grateful for many things, including the bounty of food we were able to grow this season and the love and support of our community.  Your membership keeps this business afloat.  Thank you for supporting our farm so that we can continue to provide locally grown, fresh, beautiful, spray free produce to feed the Monadnock region!   When something is listed with a ‘?’ it means we aren’t sure how much of that crop there will be to harvest. Some people may receive these items, others may not.  We keep track of where we leave off and make our way around to everyone as best we can! This … Continue reading »