Farm News (07/22/14)
- This week we will deliver vegetables and fruit.
- Next week we will deliver vegetables, fruit, dairy, meat & eggs.
- Green beans
- Sweet onions
- Sweet Corn (grown by Scott Koster of Geneva Lakes Produce)
- Zucchini/Summer Squash (off-farm pickup sites only)
- Fresh Oregano & Thyme
- Curley Parsley
- Red Head Lettuce
- Golden Plums
- Store peaches and plums at room temperature until they are as ripe as you like them. Then store them in the crisper drawer of your refrigerator. To hasten ripening, put them in a paper bag on the counter.
- This week's fresh oregano and thyme should be refrigerated in the clamshell we've provided. Place parsley in a plastic bag and refrigerate.
Soil Sisters Farm Tour Day Sunday, August 10, 11am-4pm
The Soil Sisters Tour highlights a cross-section of women farmers in southern Wisconsin. Seven different farms will be on the tour this year, including Sandhill Family Farms in Brodhead! Farms will be open from 11 to 4 and farmers will be leading ongoing tours throughout the day. No advance registration is required. Participating farms include:
Lori Stern & LeAnne Powers, Lucky Dog Farmstay (New Glarus, WI)
Lisa Kivirist, Inn Serendipity (Browntown, WI)
Joylene Reavis, Sugar Maple Emu Farm (Brodhead, WI)
Dela Ends, Scotch Hill Farm (Brodhead, WI)
Suellen Thomson-Link, Kinkoona Farm (Brodhead, WI)
Peg Sheaffer, Sandhill Family Farms (Brodhead, WI)
Lindsey Morris Carpenter & Gail Carpenter, Grassroots Farm (Monroe, WI)
For more information visit the Soil Sisters website.
Photos Taken around the Farm this Week...
- Margaret Sheaffer