Oct 19th-wk #19 2021

CSA Share this week

Details about this week’s veggies after the following important information

Now accepting members for 2022 CSA

2021 CSA Shares continue until WEEK #20!! only 1 more week

Don’t panic! We have a solution….2021 CSA Extension Share: $150


The CSA Extension Share continues for 4 more weeks after the regular season. These shares are limited to the first 30 paid members. The deliveries begin immediately after the regular season on November 2nd and end December 3rd. There are no deliveries during Thanksgiving week. Payment by check or cash (Ever Green Farm)

2021 CSA Extension Share possibilities: garlic, potato, onion, peppers, rutabaga, storage turnip, storage radish, butternut, cabbage, celeriac, kale, collard greens, lettuce, arugula, mustard greens, hakurei turnip, radish, bok choy, broccoli, spinach, leeks

2022 CSA Membership – 5 months (20 weeks)

We are extremely grateful for the continued support that we have received. We offer a $50 discount to CSA members that commit to the season early because it aids us with planning for the season. We can also take advantage of some early payment discounts on supplies. These upfront dollars are necessary for us to purchase supplies and keep the farm running. Our farm is solely funded by 100 CSA Memberships. The CSA share has gone up a few dollars for each week of produce received to help cover our increased expenses. We always strive to provide you with an abundance of high quality nutritious produce. Thank you for allowing us to grow with you.

Save $50 when paid in full by October 31st.

(If you join the 2021 Extension Share, this discount is extended until 12/4/21)

Your CSA Share is so much more than just veggies. The benefits of membership are:

  • weekly organic seasonal vegetables harvested on our farm
  • the opportunity to invest in your local agricultural economy
  • the knowledge of where and how your food is grown
  • having a relationship with your farmers
  • a chance to connect and learn from fellow CSA members
  • education on how to prepare and store your produce
  • the opportunity to visit our farm and connect with the land

2022 CSA Membership – $650

Early Bird Discount: Pay by check or cash $600 (Ever Green Farm)

We are offering two payment plan options. A split payment with 2 installments or a deposit with 5 installments. Please see CSA Membership for further details.

Quick Tips & Recipe ideas: Wash your greens and lettuce at home this week! Baby Bok Choy Рwash before use Рsalads, soups, stir fry, smoothies Napa Cabbage: used for kimchi, stir fry, cabbage rolls, soups, tacos, egg rolls; Butternut Squash: excellent roasted, soup, stews, mashed, puree, baked goods; coconut curry butternut squash soup is so yummy Broccoli Рwe did give it a rinse; be sure to give it a swish again at home- little critters like to hide; steamed, roasted, saut̩, stir fry Kale: excellent in soups too! chop and add to your soup pot; greens and beans is a favorite here Romano Flat Beans: these beans work excellent in soup; you can use as you would regular beans; here is a great resource with may options steam, boil, braise and recipes How to Cook Romano Beans Watermelon Radish Рroasted, saut̩, slaw, shredded on salad, quick pickle, stir fry Рlooking for a quick side dish Watermelon Radish with Rosemary brown butter Purple Daikon Radish Рsalad, roast, Purple Radish Salad; are they filling up your crisper drawer? try Daikon au Gratin in the directory Purple Top Turnip: roasted, diced in soups or stews, turnip fries, slaws yes you can shred and eat raw too (crunchy apple turnip slaw or turnip carrot slaw)

For more information about your weekly veggies, you can find storage and usage tips on the Vegetable Directory. We also have Pinterest boards for all veggies.

The boys were here this past weekend and helped get the arches on the new hoop house. We still need to get the base board wood, end wall framing, and plastic on. We had a delay in construction since we were not sent the proper screws and had great difficulty finding them. There is a lot of end of season field clean up going on around here now. Cover crops that were already planted are growing great. We also still have the garlic planting to complete in the next few weeks. The fall chill is in the air and there is still quite a bit to accomplish before the deep winter hits.

Thank you for supporting our small farm!

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Feel free to email or text.

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