• We grow a wide assortment of veggies in many different varieties and colors.
  • Most of our gardening is intensively done by hand. We use a tractor for bigger projects like planting, tillage, and laying mulch, but mostly we keep our hands dirty. One tool that makes washing some items easier is our good helper, root crop washer "Beatrix" - in this video seen helping Hannah wash our golden beets.
  • Listed here are the items we're growing this year. All of these will likely appear in our CSA shares, and certain items will appear at select farmers' market locations.
  • Click 'more' in each pod to learn about storage and care, easy prep ideas, tricks & tips, varieties, and links to an abundance of recipes for each item!


A spicy salad green delicious for both raw eating and cooking. (more)


Distinctive and classic herb, delicious for flavoring dishes and use as a garnish. (more)


We grow multiple varieties, including green, purple, and wax - all of which are delicious raw or cooked! (more)


Sweet and tender! Mostly our own NSO Rainbow beets, which are great both cooked and raw. (more)


Broccoli can be eaten both raw and cooked - great for dipping, eating steamed, or added to salads. (more)

Broccoli Raab (Rapini)

A delicious green, also called rapini, with a sharp spicy flavor that mellows when cooked. (more)


A sweet green that can be used raw, steamed, sauteed, or added to dishes. An ingredient in classics such as coleslaw and sauerkraut. (more)


Sweet and delicious, they’ll keep in the refrigerator for months! Delightful both raw and cooked. (more)


A sweet vegetable good for eating raw, or use in soups and stews. Also tastes great mashed! (more)


Also known as celery root, celeriac has a celery-like flavor. Amazing both raw and cooked. (more)

Chinese Cabbage

Also called Napa cabbage, this versatile green will store in the fridge for several weeks. (more)


A tender herb with tons of flavor. A classic addition to salsas, and commonly used in gazpacho. (more)