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Composting Results and Offsets

According to the personnel at Blue Earth Compost, “Over the 23 weeks, members diverted a total of 1,682 pounds of food scraps for an average of 73 pounds/week. That is enough to offset the emissions from 336 gallons of gasoline … Continue reading

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2016 Registration and Pricing

A Note from the Farmers About 2016 Registration and Pricing If you didn’t register at the CSA Celebration, you can do so online:  whcsa.adamah.org    Register by December 1st to get $25 off an every week share and $12 off … Continue reading

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Harvest Notes for November 5th

This week’s Harvest Notes contain pictures of the farmers harvesting shares and planting garlic for next season, and some information about what they are bringing to next week’s Closing Extravaganza and Crafters’ Fair. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Don’t Forget!  Next week is the … Continue reading

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Harvest Guesstimate for October 29th

The farmers think we will receive carrots, kale, onions, oregano, and winter squash. Don’t forget that in two weeks we have the big Farmers’ and Crafters’ Market and Closing Day festivities, with music and other activities.  You can vote on the veggies and other … Continue reading

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Harvest Notes for October 22nd

The farmers report in the Harvest Notes that this is the last week for a fresh salad with tomatoes from our CSA until next year. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The farmers think we will get: broccoli, cabbage, or kale; carrots; lettuce or salad mix; mint; … Continue reading

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Harvest Notes for October 15th – and Market!

As always, the Harvest Notes contain additional suggestions for how to cook this week’s vegetables. _________________________________________________________ Because the last market was on a Bet day, the farmers are coming on an Aleph day to sell pickles, jams, and other treats. … Continue reading

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Harvest Notes for October 8th

We received the first of what the farmers say will be a bumper crop of apples this year.  Start planning your pies, crumbles, applesauce, baked apples – and of course you can eat them out of hand.  Did all the … Continue reading

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