Vegetables

  • 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!

Scallions

Great both raw and cooked and make a good addition to soups, salads, sandwiches, and other dishes. (more)

Spinach

The classically versatile green; spinach can be eaten raw or used lightly cooked in any number of dishes. (more)

Squash (summer)

Zucchini is only one variety - summer squash comes in a myriad of shapes and sizes! Good raw and amazing cooked as an ingredient in lots of summer dishes. (more)

Squash (winter)

Often having a sweet flavor, winter squash ripens later in the growing season and can be stored for a couple of months. (more)

Sweet Potatoes

With an orange flesh and sweet flavor, sweet potatoes will keep for a couple of months when stored properly and are delicious when cooked in a variety of different ways. (more)

Swiss Chard

Most people use chard cooked, but it’s also delicious raw. A great addition to salads, soups, stir-fries, and a variety of other dishes. (more)