Tuesday, March 17, 2015

We still have a few CSA shares available for the spring season. To sign-up, click here. Get the freshest, most delicious produce grown in Morgan Hill delivered to your door! Discounts available for pick ups and full-season subscriptions.  The CSA starts April 15th.

Monday, March 9, 2015

It's sign-up time for the spring CSA! If you'd like to enjoy the freshest produce on Earth, grown right here in Morgan Hill, just fill out the registration form, and we'll be in touch soon. Deliveries start April 15, 2015. Thank you!


Thursday, February 5, 2015

Greetings! Our CSA is currently on winter break. We will re-start in April 2015. If you would like to be on our waiting list for new members, please fill out the form on our sign-up page. You will be notified by email as soon as a spot is available. Thank you!

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Fall/Winter CSA

We're in the midst of our fall/winter CSA season, which runs from October-January. We're starting to harvest lots of greens, especially chard, kale, mustards, parsley, cilantro, and salad mix.

We are sold out for the rest of the year. If you would like to be on our wait list for next spring, please fill out our registration form. The spring CSA starts in April, and we will notify you as soon as a spot becomes available.

Many thanks to our community for supporting the farm!

Monday, May 19, 2014

Summer CSA Shares - Coming Right Up!


We harvested our first pile of cucumbers this weekend, which must mean the summer CSA season is right around the corner. We have room for new members! The season starts June 25th. Please visit our registration page to sign up. 

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Spring is Here, and It's CSA Time!

Winter here was incredibly short and dry this year. Here we are in the first week of spring, and our spring crops are already all planted. Today we're preparing a section for summer crops. Over the next month, we expect to start harvesting lettuces, artichokes, kale, mustard greens, peas, beets, carrots, and more! If you live in our area and want the freshest veggies in the world delivered to your door, now is the time to sign up for our CSA. Just click here to go to our new registration form.

Spring seedlings are all planted.

Using straw mulch to keep seeds moist and row covers to keep the bugs off.

The chickens are having a blast eating down the cover crop.

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Photo Journal of Fall Farm Goings-On

It's been a long, busy summer here. Here are some of the things that are going on around the farm this fall:

1. We've had an awesome tomato season, harvesting about 20 different varieties, mostly heirlooms. Earlier this month, we had our annual tomato tasting potluck party. As usual, we chose the hottest day of the month (not on purpose) for this event, but about 25 brave souls came out anyway to taste our best tomatoes.


2. We are also having a great year for winter squashes, and we're getting ready to harvest most of them this week. The butternuts look particularly promising.

3. Our fall crops are just about all planted now, and the weeds are going nuts, as usual, but so far I've been able to keep the veggies taller than most of the weeds.

4. I'm preserving food for the harsh California winter. Just kidding. Despite our year-round growing season, it'll be nice to have these ginger plums, plus tomato sauce, blackberry jam, etc. in the cold months.

5. Hubby is bravely clearing blackberry brambles out of the creek bed. The creek is dry right now, but once it starts raining it fills up quickly. Last year it came within inches of overflowing the banks. We're trying to give the water a little deeper channel to flow on out of here this winter.