We are still open!

Though we are in the midst of a polar vortex, we still have crops in the field as we move into the Persephone months!

The temperatures have been in the mid to low twenties at night and the ground has frozen solid, but the lettuce in the low tunnels are holding up well. It has been so cold that even several varieties of kale are struggling.

We have some arugula that is growing in a cold frame inside the hoop house. Two layers of protection against the cold and wind. We are hoping to harvest this around Christmas time for the holidays.

Stop by the stand and pick up some squash to go along with our lettuce. We also have carrots, potatoes, beets, garlic, celery, celeriac, brussel sprouts, cabbage and herbs.