Greetings CSA friends! We are having a great and productive spring thus far. Presently we are enjoying a rest as "dogwood winter" keeps us closer to the house. It's been a nice slow progression of the season. It gives us hope for a more gentle year than the last.
The gardens are just beautiful right now. The rich brown earth freshly turned up against verdant cover crops of rye and vetch with striking crimson clover in full bloom. Neat rows of baby lettuces, cabbage, broccoli, onions, spinach, and many others all adding delightful texture and color. Stimulating our appetites for the coming salads!
It's always a time of eagerness and anticipation.
We are aiming for May 18th as the first delivery. So mark your calendars. We will let you know as soon as possible if that date needs to change. As always it depends on mother natures mood between now and then. We are still planning on attending the same market in Richland Park.
We still have shares available for any of you that would like to join in. And Jesse and Hannah will be with us again this year helping us set up and also selling "market style" at our front table. We're thankful for their help and tickled to help get them some farm related income. Look for various goodies from them.
If you want to have a peek into the farm and family's happenings check out both our websites frequent blogs at www.bugtusslefarm.com and www.radicalfarmwives.com where Cher, Robin(Hill and Hollow Farm), and Coree(Red Springs Farm) share their stories.
We miss you all and can't wait to see you and bring you fresh green goodness....
Cher and Eric and the Bugtussle family