CSA Week 18: Milestones and Abundance

Hello all!

Firstly, thank you all so much for sharing in our excitement last week, your kind and loving words are so cherished – having a community like this to share our lives and journey with is something that is so special to us.

Secondly, holy smokes, after a little dip in size last week, this weeks share is back to booming. I’m really excited to be welcoming back some of my personal faves: kohlrabi and bok choy.

Here’s what else!

  • Spinach
  • Salad Mix
  • Lettuce Heads
  • Bok Choy
  • Herb choice
  • Kale
  • Kohlrabi
  • Salad Turnips or Mustard Greens
  • Beets (last week!)
  • Peppers
  • Winter Squash
  • Garlic
  • Onions

HITTING THE MARK

After some further record downloading, we’re pumped to say that your share surpassed its market value of $800 at week 14! That means that 9 weeks of this season’s share are a bonus. That just feels wild. Despite the chaos we’ve been navigating this year, the abundance has continued to flow and we are so grateful to the soils we have helped build to carry forth this miracle. It also provides us a sigh of relief knowing that we have been able to deliver on our end to you, our cherished members – especially when we eek upon this time of year as temps start to drop and early frosts pose serious threat to our future food.

LOOKING AHEAD

We were happy to venture out on a proper field walk this weekend – in gorgeous fall weather! We got to catch up on our fall crops and check on their progress. Happy to report that our winter radishes, parsnips, celeriac and leeks are well on their way to being some late season share treasures!

In addition to our crops on the horizon, we’re happy to say we’ve made the most of a failed Chinese broccoli planting, allowing the flowers to stick around and keep our little bee friends happy as their season comes to an end.

COLORS OF THE SEASON

While you are all hopefully our enjoying the colors of our beautiful home we hope you enjoy the colors coming to you this week in your share!

Enjoy them while they are here as the season of fresh food is so fleeting!

Thanks for being here!

❤ AL

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