Another season gone

New Year's Resolution: Post more regularly.  Clearly I've been neglecting this. 

The holidays came and went in a bit of a whirlwind of food, friends, family and my folk's first grandchild.  My nephew is a cutie, but at only 6 months old, not a very disciplined farmer yet.  We'll see if we can shape him up when they come back in the spring! 

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As usual at this time of year, I am full of ideas for next year.  How will we make 2015 an even better year than 2014?   What projects will we take on?  What new crops will we grow?  What events will we plan at the farm?  The list of possibilities is still too long to be practical, but we'll narrow it down.  We have started the process: after talking about it for the last 4 years, we have finally ordered up 4 colonies of honey bees. 

Our 2014 season was our most successful yet.  We continue to get a little more efficient every year, increasing the quality, quantity and variety of what we are able to grow.  Thanks to everyone who came out to support us all season at our markets and events. 

So welcome to 2015, and the start of our 5th growing season.  I'll have updated CSA information soon (being a bit technology challenged, it'll happen as soon as I figure out how) though the information hasn't changed much.  And in the meantime if you're interested in buying eggs, garlic, potatoes or carrots let us know and we can make arrangements for you to come out to the farm to get them.

You can also find our stuff in the fine fare from the folks at The Gleanery.  If you've never been, you're missing out!