Certified Naturally Grown
Providing nutritious vegetables (and some fruit) directly to customers in Menomonie and south Minneapolis
Striving to be conscientious neighbors and responsible food producers
Developing no-till growing techniques that build topsoil and improve soil quality
(updated June 29)
We hope to see you this weekend! As always, we will be at the Menomonie Farmers Market on Saturday 8-1. On farm sales are available 2-7 on Friday.
Minneapolis customers: the market is not occurring this week in an official capacity, but we will still be there from 8 to noon, along with some other vendors. Please come and shop, and feel free to pre-order as usual!
Available this weekend (7/3-7/4):
2 great varieties of kale (Dazzling Blue lacinato and frilly Bear Necessities), Rainbow Swiss chard, Carrot bunches, Beet bunches, Salad mix (triple rinsed), sweet Genovese Basil, heirloom variety Zucchini, and Garlic scape bunches! Fresh herb bunches will include parsley, cilantro, lemon balm, chives, and sage.
from the blog…
Garlic scape season is SHORT, so I recommend everyone get some soon, and stock up! They’ll store in your fridge up to a month in a plastic bag. Since it’s harvest day and we are quite busy, this will be quick and to the point. Two points to be exact: What’s a garlic scape? (maybeContinue reading “post no. 52 – garlic scape season”
June is officially here, almost a third over in fact, and this means so many amazing summer vegetables will be ready soon, yes, even in the north. We are excited for heirloom tomatoes as always, zucchini, multiple cucumber varieties… But the present moment is a great focus too (right?), and presently we love beets. WeContinue reading “post no. 51 – beets!”
This first month of our 2020 market season, while not over quite yet, has been exciting and busy. But before getting to market news and thanking folks who’ve supported our business especially during the pandemic, here’s some of what is going on at the farm. farm visitors We’ve welcomed a few people to the farm,Continue reading “post no. 50 – farm updates for May 2020”