CSA (farm share program) now open to new members for the 2013 season.
Opening for garlic scapes 2 weekends in mid-June.
Reopening for the season Sat., July 7, 2013
Want to join the Garlic Farm CSA (farm-share program) for this year? Send a form to the farm to sign up for a share. See details near the bottom of the CSA page.
Sign up for the e-newsletter to receive scape-weekend alerts: we'll send out the dates in late May or early June. Gary needs to monitor the garlic a bit longer to assess when the scapes will be ready for harvesting.
To keep in touch between newsletters, use the Facebook page and email; see contact info at left.
Tomato plants still under the shelter of theGarlic Farm greenhouse, soon to be transplanted to the field, May 2013
Want to see some garlic harvest photos from July? Check out Check out our photo album and other photo album.
At our market in the vintage barn, we sell our own pesticide-free produce grown in
accordance with the Northeast Organic Farming Association
practices, seasonally available to the public at the
For a list of what we're growing this season, check out our farmstand page.
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