CSA Week 4: Transitioning from Spring to Summer

week 4

Welcome summer. The season that we Minnesotans to eagerly look forward to, fill up with fun, and then all of a sudden, it’s fall. Knowing that summertime is full of vacations and complicated schedules, for you half share members, if you plan on being out of town during the week you would normally get your box, just let me know and I would be happy to switch up the schedule so you can get your box the following week instead. And with that thought in mind…

SLIGHT SCHEDULE CHANGE FOR 4th OF JULY: Since July 4th is on a Monday, many offices are also closed on Tuesday as well. So the delivery to St.Cloud offices, Good Earth Co-op, and Vital Images will be on Wednesday July 6th instead of Tuesday July 5th. All other deliveries that week will remain the same for those of you who pick up your box in Mora, here at World Headquarters, or at City Center Market Co-op in Cambridge.

So now… back to the veggie boxes. Just as our weather is transitioning from spring to summer, so are the crops transitioning from cool weather to warm weather produce. So here is what you’ll find in your box this week.

Sunflower shoots – a handful of these nutty, tender, and delicious sprouts from sunflower seeds. These are best enjoyed raw, either on a salad, or just as a snack. Storage: keep the plastic clam shell it comes in closed and store in the fridge.

Rosemary plant – I have an exceptionally good crop of rosemary this year. You’ll be seeing it again in future boxes, but for this first appearance, you will get a rosemary plant. The great thing about having a plant is that you have three options: 1.) put it in a window, water it, and let it grow big and tall. It has the potential to grow as big as a floor plant in just a couple of years. 2.) cut it up and use it in your favorite dish right now as a fresh herb. 3.) completely neglect it, let it dry up, then use it as a dried herb in your favorite dish. So you can’t go wrong in any of these scenarios.

Wombok – I know… you’ve never heard of womboks, right? Well neither did I until we had a WWOOFer from Australia stay with us for a few weeks. One day she mentioned to me “You have some huge womboks in the hoop house!” My immediate reaction was “What?! Womboks??!” and I pictured these hungry little monsters, like Tasmanian Devils devouring everything in sight. Fortunately, that wasn’t the case and it turns out that a wombok is the Australian translation for Napa cabbage. Whew. Napa cabbage, also known as Chinese cabbage, is a popular, tender and mild, oblong-shaped cabbage used in stir fries, slaw, kimchee and more. Here are some recipes to try. However, they are also quite a bugger to clean. As they grow, the leaves are spread out wide and relaxed, so dirt and grime easily drops down inside. So pay close attention to clean it thoroughly before you prepare it. Storage: in a sealed plastic bag or container.

Arugula – This spicy green made it’s first appearance a couple of weeks ago, as one of the ingredients in the salad mix. The full share members found it in their box last week. As the spring season comes to a close, so do some of the early greens, including arugula. This is also a fancy green that is often used in fancy dishes at fancy restaurants. One of my favorite ways to use it is as a pesto. Here are a few recipes to try if you’re not familiar with it. Storage: in a sealed plastic or glass container in the fridge.

Farmers Choice As the season transitions, I have some crops that are finishing up, while other crops are just starting to emerge. Since there are not enough of each of these crops to put in everyone’s box, you will find one of these items in your box: radishes (the last of the season crop, and don’t forget that the greens are edible too) OR cucumbers OR zucchini OR scallions.

Lettuce – The lettuce season will soon be coming to a close as well. It has always been my desire to try and have lettuce make it all the way to the tomato season. But since lettuce is a cool season crop, and tomatoes are a warm season crop, it can only be one or the other. Doesn’t seem fair, since BLT’s are such a great summer treat. Anyhoo… I digress… I think I might be able to eek out one more week of lettuce after this, before it all starts to bolt. So this week you will find some combination of romaine, and/or heirloom bibb lettuce. Storage: in a sealed plastic bag, or plastic or glass container and store in the fridge.

REMINDER: Please return your wax produce box and cooler packs to your pick-up location so I can re-fill them for you with more fresh, organic produce throughout the summer.

Here is the schedule for this week:
Good Earth Co-op, St. Cloud – Tuesday around 10:30 am
St. Cloud Offices – Tuesday between 10:00 to 11:00
Vital Images – Tuesday between noon and 2pm
Made of Mora – Thursday by noon
Sapsucker Farms World Headquarters – Thursday after noon
City Center Market Co-op in Cambridge – Friday 10:00 am

Enjoy,

Debbie

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CSA Week 3: Stir Fries and Salads.

week 3

Hi Full Share Members,
Since this is now the third week of the CSA, I won’t bug you with reminding you about the housekeeping thingies. But I will need to remind the half share members next week, so you can just skip through it.

This week’s box if full of goodies that are delightful to use in stir fries and salads. Here’s the scoop.

Arugula – This is a versatile peppery flavored green which can be prepared in hot or cold dishes. Here are a handful of recipes to try.

Beet greens (with a few micro beets). Just as the name implies, these are the greens from the tops of beets. Unlike radishes, I am much bolder at thinning the beets, mainly because beet greens are so delish. And in so doing, you may find a few tiny little beets too. Here’s a fun little fact, did you know that Swiss chard is a member of the beet family? That means any of your favorite Swiss chard recipes can be substituted with beet greens. Or you can take a look at some of these beet greens recipes too.

Scallions – tender, long and skinny green onions.

Bok choy – You should recognize this from your box last week. You can enjoy the crunchy stalks fresh, or chop them up for a stir fry.

Spinach – a nice bulging bag of Popeye the Sailor Man’s favorite power food. (please don’t tell me that you haven’t heard of Popeye!!)

Radishes – After thinning the radish patch last week, the remaining radishes had plenty of room to grow. So you’ll be getting a nice big handful of them the is week. And remember, the greens are also edible, so add them to a salad or stir fry as well.

Lettuce – A big head of red romaine, and small head of heirloom bibb lettuce.

Enjoy,

Debbie

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CSA Week 2: Seeing Green. And a Little Red.

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Are you ready for some fresh, certified organic, Minnesota-grown produce??! Full share members got their first indulgence last week, now the half share members get to join in the fun.

But first… some housekeeping…(full share members…this will sound familiar…)

Your CSA will be delivered in a waxed produce box, plus it will have a cooler pack inside, both of which are re-usable throughout the season. So please be gentle with the box and return it along with the cooler pack for reuse each week. Plus, depending on where you pick up your box, there are a few things to know. So here it goes:

St. Cloud offices  for those of you who receive your boxes at your office, I’ll be dropping off your boxes on Tuesday mornings. Then just simply have your box and cooler pack ready for me to pick up when I deliver your box the next week.

St. Cloud Good Earth Co-op – Your boxes will be delivered to the co-op on Tuesday mornings approximately 10:30  am to 11:00 am. To pick up your box, go to a cashier, let them know that you are picking up your CSA and they will direct you to where the boxes are located. Then, next week when you pick up your new box, please return your box, collapse it, and leave the flattened box in the area where you pick up your new box, along with the cooler pack. Follow that?

Vital Images – I should be at your office approximately 2pm.

Made of Mora – your boxes will be ready for pick up by noon on Thursdays. Simply return your box and cooler pack to Made of Mora the next time you pick up your box.

World Headquarters (a.k.a. Sapsucker Farms) – For those of you who are picking up here at the farm, your box will be ready after noon on Thursdays. For your first time picking up, I will be here to show you where to pick up your box. Veteran CSA members, you know the routine here. Then just return your box the next time you pick up your box.

City Center Market Co-op in Cambridge – Boxes will be delivered on Friday mornings by 10:00 a.m. To pick up your box, you will need to go to a cashier, then they will retrieve your box, but they want you to bring along a bag to bring your goodies home. The co-op will keep the box and hold it for me next time I drop off boxes.

I’ll remind everyone of these procedures for the first couple of weeks, then we’ll all get into the swing of things and will know what to do in the future.

Wash your produce – Since all of your produce is organic, you don’t need to worry about any nasty poisons or chemicals on your produce. But you should still wash it before you prepare it. Everything has been field washed, meaning the big clumps of dirt, grit, and little critters have been washed off, but I can’t guarantee that I’ve gotten it all.

Okie dokie now…. here is what you will find in your box this week.

Rhubarb – A nice big handful, so there is plenty to make your favorite rhubarb crisp or better yet, my favorite rhubarb custard pie. If you don’t have a favorite rhubarb recipe, here are a few you can try.

Pea shoots – These curly, long stems of pea shoots are tender and succulent and can be added to salads, stir-fries, or just munched on as a snack.

Bok pak pac choy choi – There are so many different ways to spell the name of this Asian veggie, so I’m giving you the choice of picking your own way of saying it. I usually say “bok choy” which is the way I have the listed the various recipes on our website. The most common way to serve this is in stir-fries, or raw, just like a stick of celery. If you’re not familiar with it, here are some recipes to try. Yes, you will see that some tiny critter munched on the leaves a little, but don’t let that bother you. The crazy thing is, that when a plant gets a little bit of a bug bite, it reacts by sending out a surge of antioxidants to protect itself. In so doing, the plant actually increases it’s nutritional value. How crazy is that??!

Radish greens with micro-mini radishes – My dad loved radishes. He also loved to grow radishes. And he always said “when I grow up, I want to have a radish ranch.” I too like radishes, but I admit, I’m a whip when it comes to thinning the crop once the seeds start to sprout. I just have a hard time pulling little tiny radishes and not giving them a chance to grow. But, if the crop isn’t thinned, it gets crowded and the other radishes don’t get a chance to grow either. So that’s why the radishes are so small. Darn. However, the radish greens are equally as delish as the radishes themselves – a spicy, peppery green that tastes a lot like arugula. It’s also why I have a list of recipes for radishes and radish greens on our website, so you can give some of these ideas a try.

Spinach – a hearty bag of goodness.

Lettuce – a head of romaine, and a head of heirloom bibb lettuce.

Mint – This refreshing herb is a vigorous grower and very versatile. It can be added to hot and cold beverages to liven them up, or used in many different sweet and savory recipes.

I hope you enjoy your box of goodies. Of course, this is only the beginning so there is plenty more to come throughout the season.

Cheers,

Debbie

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CSA Week One: Greens Galore.

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As we all know, here in Minnesota, Memorial weekend is the official start of summer…. even though technically it is still spring for a few more weeks. Here at the farm, this spring has been tricky as we’ve had hot days, then super freezing days, all within a one week. But despite these challenges, the plants have persevered and the first box of the season is ready.

But first… some housekeeping…

Your CSA will be delivered in a waxed produce box, plus it will have a cooler pack inside, both of which are re-usable throughout the season. So please be gentle with the box and return it along with the cooler pack for reuse each week. Plus, depending on where you pick up your box, there are a few things to know. So here it goes:

St. Cloud offices – for those of you who receive your boxes at your office, I’ll be dropping off your boxes on Tuesday mornings. Then just simply have your box and cooler pack ready for me to pick up when I deliver your box the next week.

St. Cloud Good Earth Co-op – Your boxes will be delivered to the co-op on Tuesday mornings approximately 10:30  am to 11:00 am. To pick up your box, go to a cashier, let them know that you are picking up your CSA and they will direct you to where the boxes are located. Then, next week when you pick up your new box, please return your box, collapse it, and leave the flattened box in the area where you pick up your new box, along with the cooler pack. Follow that?

Made of Mora – your boxes will be ready for pick up by noon on Thursdays. Simply return your box and cooler pack to Made of Mora the next time you pick up your box.

World Headquarters (a.k.a. Sapsucker Farms) – For those of you who are picking up here at the farm, your box will be ready after noon on Thursdays. For your first time picking up, I will be here to show you where to pick up your box. Veteran CSA members, you know the routine here. Then just return your box the next time you pick up your box.

City Center Market Co-op in Cambridge – Boxes will be delivered on Friday mornings by 10:00 a.m. To pick up your box, you will need to go to a cashier, then they will retrieve your box, but they want you to bring along a bag to bring your goodies home. The co-op will keep the box and hold it for me next time I drop off boxes.

I’ll remind everyone of these procedures for the first couple of weeks, then we’ll all get into the swing of things and will know what to do in the future.

Now… here is what’s in your box this week:

1 Dozen Eggs – one dozen very fresh eggs. You’ll see brown and green eggs, that’s because the Rhode Island Red chickens lay brown eggs, and the Aracauna chickens lay greenish colored eggs. This is the one and only time that eggs will be included in the CSA boxes.  For those of you who have purchased eggs with your CSA, these eggs are in addition to the eggs you have purchased. For the rest of you, If you would like more eggs in the future, just let me know, they are $3 per dozen and we can add them to you box in the future if you desire.

Rhubarb – The season is short for this delightfully tart treat. My fave is to make rhubarb custard pie, which you will find among the rhubarb recipes on my website.

Head Lettuce – Two different varieties are included: Romaine which is a large head with big leaves, and Deer Tongue which is a delicate heirloom variety with tender yet crunchy leaves. And just so you know, I have a LOT of lettuce growing, so you’ll be seeing a lot more in the future.

Spicy Salad Mix – this is a big bag with a mix of: beet greens, radish greens, arugula, and spinach. The radish greens and arugula are the greens that give this mix a bit of a spicy, peppery flavor.

Two pepper plants – I know, I know… you’re thinking “but Debbie, aren’t YOU the farmer here? Why are you giving me plants to grow myself??!” Well I’ll tell you why. My very first farm was located on the 24th floor of the Piper Jaffray Tower in downtown Minneapolis. And the first crop I grew was peppers. True story. On a whim, I picked up a couple of pepper plants at the farmers’ market on Nicollet Mall during my lunch hour, placed them in the window of my office and watched them grow, all year long. It was such a joy for me to watch them grow, so I started to play around with starting all kinds of seeds and plants. I even grew pineapples here in Minnesota too. Also true story. Ok… where was I? Oh yeah… peppers. So perhaps one of you may enjoy starting a farm in your office window, or patio, or give them to your kids to grow this summer. Lots of options for you to consider.  Just remember to water them, and you may need to put them in a bigger pot in about a month. Anyhoo…. you have two plants: one is a jalapeño which is a hot pepper frequently used in salsa, and the second one is Feher Ozon Paprika which is a small heirloom sweet pepper – one of my personal faves.  You will be seeing these peppers in your box this summer, so let’s see who’s plants bear fruit faster… yours or mine. The race is on!

Garlic – I had a huge harvest of garlic in 2015, and I still have a lot left overs. So the abundance of garlic now overflows into your spring CSA box. Of course, the new crop of garlic is growing beautifully as well, so you will be seeing more garlic later in the year.

Enjoy this early spring harvest (and last fall harvest) and I hope your new pepper farm gets off to a good start.

Cheers,

Debbie

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The 2016 CSA Season Will Soon Begin.

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Alas, spring is here, and the farm has been a busy place. Apple trees are blooming, honeybees are pollinating, and almost all of the crops are in the ground.

Although, I do have to admit, the early growing season has gotten off to a wonky start. Crops that are planted in the hoop house (a plastic-covered structure used for season-extension growing) are doing well. But the crops planted out in the field have been growing very slowly. Frosty the Snowman paid a visit here a week ago and blasted us with a hard freeze. While all the outside crops survived his visit, some of the brassicas (kale, cabbage, and broccoli) have a bit of a frosty fringe. They’re fine, but they’re just a little crabby after the freeze. Needless to say, the inside crops are much farther along than the outside crops, so I will keep you posted on the overall progress of all crops. (Yes, I did use the word “crops” six times in this paragraph…make that seven times…)

But first….

I will be sending you a weekly newsletter every Monday throughout the season to let you know what will be in your box that week, as well as other news from the farm. I’m using this Mail Chimp online software, and sometimes it may get blocked from your email system. So I need to make sure that everyone is able to receive this email each week. So…if you did NOT receive this email, please let me know. Wait a minute….ok that won’t work [head slap] so let’s try this…. please reply to this email by saying “blah blah woof woof” or anything else you want to say, so I know you received it. If you don’t reply, then I’ll track you down to figure out the best way to send this to you.

And second….

If you would like other family members, colleagues, or friends who are sharing this CSA with you, and you would like me to add their email to the weekly newsletter, please reply with their email address and I will include them as well.

And now….

Ok, drumroll please…brlbrlbrlbrlbrl….TING…. here is the schedule for the 2016 season. As you can see, the first box will be ready next week for the FULL SHARE members. The first box for HALF SHARE members will be the week of June 6. Of course, I have added the disclaimer “subject to change” which covers my butt in case the outside crops refuse to cooperate so I may need to add another hiatus in the schedule so they can catch up to the inside crops. Anyhoo….. here you go.

2016 CSA SCHEDULE*
Prepared 5/24/16
(Subject to change)
WEEK ONE Tuesday 5/31 St. Cloud Full share only
Thursday 6/2 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full share only
Friday 6/3 Cambridge Full share only
WEEK TWO Tuesday 6/7 St. Cloud and Vital Images Full and Half shares
Thursday 6/9 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full and Half shares
Friday 6/10 Cambridge Full and Half shares
WEEK THREE Tuesday 6/14 St. Cloud Full share only
Thursday 6/16 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full share only
Friday 6/17 Cambridge Full share only
WEEK FOUR Tuesday 6/21 St. Cloud and Vital Images Full and Half shares
Thursday 6/23 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full and Half shares
Friday 6/24 Cambridge Full and Half shares
WEEK FIVE Tuesday 6/28 St. Cloud Full share only
Thursday 6/30 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full share only
Friday 7/1 Cambridge Full share only
WEEK SIX Tuesday 7/5 St. Cloud and Vital Images Full and Half shares
Thursday 7/7 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full and Half shares
Friday 7/8 Cambridge Full and Half shares
WEEK SEVEN Tuesday 7/12 St. Cloud Full share only
Thursday 7/14 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full share only
Friday 7/15 Cambridge Full share only
WEEK EIGHT Tuesday 7/19 St. Cloud and Vital Images Full and Half shares
Thursday 7/21 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full and Half shares
Friday 7/22 Cambridge Full and Half shares
HIATUS No CSA this week 7/26 – 7/29
WEEK NINE Tuesday 8/2 St. Cloud and Vital Images Full and Half shares
Thursday 8/4 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full and Half shares
Friday 8/5 Cambridge Full and Half shares
WEEK 10 Tuesday 8/9 St. Cloud Full shares only
Thursday 8/11 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full shares only
Friday 8/12 Cambridge Full shares only
WEEK 11 Tuesday 8/16 St. Cloud and Vital Images Full and Half shares
Thursday 8/18 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full and Half shares
Friday 8/19 Cambridge Full and Half shares
WEEK 12 Tuesday 8/23 St. Cloud Full shares only
Thursday 8/25 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full shares only
Friday 8/26 Cambridge Full shares only
WEEK 13 Tuesday 8/30 St. Cloud and Vital Images Full and Half shares
Thursday 9/1 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full and Half shares
Friday 9/2 Cambridge Full and Half shares
WEEK 14 Tuesday 9/6 St. Cloud Full shares only
Thursday 9/8 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full shares only
Friday 9/9 Cambridge Full shares only
WEEK 15 Tuesday 9/13 St. Cloud and Vital Images Full and Half shares
Thursday 9/15 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full and Half shares
Friday 9/16 Cambridge Full and Half shares
WEEK 16 Tuesday 9/20 St. Cloud Full shares only
Thursday 9/22 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full shares only
Friday 9/23 Cambridge Full shares only
WEEK 17 Tuesday 9/27 St. Cloud and Vital Images Full and Half shares
Thursday 9/29 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full and Half shares
Friday 9/30 Cambridge Full and Half shares
WEEK 18 Tuesday 10/4 St. Cloud Full shares only
Thursday 10/6 Mora and Sapsucker Farms Full shares only
Friday 10/7 Cambridge Full shares only

*I know… you hate asterisks… but this is just a reminder that as a CSA member, you share the risk with the farmer….meaning that there may be some crop failure, or Mother Nature could have a bad day and decide to take it out on the Sapsucker Farms crops….

And more stuff….

Here are some add-on items for sale from Sapsucker Farms. Just let me know if you would like any of these items throughout the season and I can add them to your CSA box whenever you want them, and I will coordinate payment with you as well. For those of you who have already ordered any of the items, you are good to go. Here are the prices for each:

Very fresh free-range eggs – $3 per dozen
Maple syrup – 17 oz. glass bottle – $15
Honey – 1 lb jar – $6
Honey – 2 lb jar – $12

Minnesota hand-harvested (by yours truly) wild rice. 1-lb package –  $10 

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Organic farming practices….

I am frequently asked about the various organic techniques we use here on the farm to manage pests, weeds, diseases, and so on. So throughout the CSA season, I will try to highlight one of these techniques in each newsletter. This week’s feature is: Building Natural Habitat.  One of the most important organic management technique is to let nature do the work for you. By having natural habitat surrounding the veggie fields and orchards, it attracts the predator bugs that will happily feast on the bad bugs. Here at Sapsucker Farms, we maintain 40 acres of native prairie natural habitat which is divided into three different fields. While it may seem counter-productive, the best way to regenerate the native prairie is to burn it up. This past weekend we did the prairie burn and it is always an incredible sight to behold. Just click on the photo below to see a very short video of the fire as well.

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I’m almost done….

We are excited to announce that in April we launched a new flavor of our Yellow Belly hard cider. In addition to our (award winning) Semi-Sweet original hard cider, we now have Ginger Yellow Belly which is a ginger-infused hard cider, made with ginger that we grow right here on the farm. Our Yellow Belly is available in 170 + stores throughout the Twin Cities and Central Minnesota, plus it is served on tap and number of restaurants and bars as well. Here is the list where you can find Yellow Belly. Perhaps you might want to pick up a bottle to enjoy during the upcoming Memorial Day weekend.

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Now I’m done….

Wishing you all a very delightful Memorial Day weekend. And I am looking forward to the upcoming CSA season as well.

Cheers,
Debbie

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Huge Thanks to the Mora High School Students.

MHS kids

Despite the crazy, unusually cold weather we had, just before another deep freeze, the students of the Mora High School agriculture class spent the day working on the farm. It was such a blessing to have 14 additional sets of hands to help get caught up this spring. A great group of kids, with their wonderful teacher did a terrific job working in the hoop house and in the field. And everyone went home with goodies from the farm.

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Introducing Ginger Yellow Belly Hard Cider

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We are happy to announce our new Ginger Yellow Belly Hard Cider. This is our original semi-sweet small batch hard cider, infused with fresh ginger root which was grown here on our farm. You can find Yellow Belly at these retailers in the Twin Cities and Central Minnesota. We are currently expanding our distribution into the Northern regions of Minnesota as well. Ginger Yellow Belly is now being added to the shelves along side our original Semi-Sweet. If you don’t find it on the shelves, ask your retailer to contact our distributor, Bernick’s and they will happily help to get Yellow Belly and Ginger Yellow Belly on the shelves.

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2016 CSA Sign-Up Now Open.

Week 10

2016 CSA signup is now open. Pick up locations include:

Made of Mora, downtown Mora, MN

City Center Market Co-op, Cambridge, MN

Good Earth Co-op, St. Cloud, MN

Full share – $480, 1/2 bushel box of fresh produce, 18 weeks from early June – early October.

Half share – $280, 1/2 bushel box of fresh produce, every-other-week from early June – early October, for a total 9 weeks throughout the season.

See complete details about what we offer in our CSA and how to join our CSA. Available through our online store.

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Yellow Belly wins People’s Choice Award for Best Hard Cider.

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We had a wonderful time at the 2016 Fourth Annual St. Cloud Craft Beer Tour in St. Cloud last night. The River’s Edge Convention Center was packed with 3,000 craft beer enthusiasts ready to sample over 250 craft beers, hard ciders, and hard sodas from around Minnesota and the world.

Even though our location was in the corner, we were easy to spot with our booth adorned with an array of posters highlighting Minnesota humor. To our surprise, many fans wanted to take our posters as a souvenir, so towards the end of the day, we handed them out to those who appreciated them.

The attendees then voted for their favorite beer, favorite brewery, and favorite hard cider/hard soda beverage. We were so excited to learn that our Yellow Belly Small Batch Hard Cider was the winner of the favorite hard cider/hard soda category! And congrats goes to Beaver Island Brewing Company of St. Cloud who won the People’s Choice for Best Beer, and Best Brewery!

Thanks to our niece Carrie Noble and fellow Mora resident Nate Robertson who helped out with sampling, and of course, partaking in tasting the many delicious beverages through the event.

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