CSA aka Community Supported Agriculture aka fresh vegetable share aka farm-to-table membership aka veggies of the week club. Here's what it means to us: Health, cooking, good food, local, small business, slow money, anti big business, fun in the kitchen, sugar snap peas right into your mouth, Maine summers, land stewards, activists, fresh vegetables, fresh … Continue reading What is a CSA?
These are pictures of the house my brother and I grew up in and the farm we are building around it with our partners. These are pictures of our families and the people we have built our lives around. These are pictures of the vegetables we grow, the animals we raise, and the work we … Continue reading Hello from Old Wells Farm
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The worm dance is on and everyone is invited, from the already chubby Robins to you and your notebooks, your seed catalogs and your recipes; you and your head full of hopes. But make no mistake - May has no room for wallflowers - those who choose to sit must clear the house. This is … Continue reading The worm dance is on…
What is Community Supported Agriculture? One of our first time CSA members, Laura, describes her experience: Being a member of a CSA is like Christmas once a week! I look forward to the gifts I will find in my box and the joy of planning meals around those gifts. The amount of veggies and the variety … Continue reading CSA… what’s in the name?
You are happier and healthier with each passing day my man/woman/queen/friend! Every day you get better, you stand a little taller, you do a little more. You are a radiant dynamo, and I am too, or at least that’s what I tell myself before I “write blog posts” or “look in the mirror” or … Continue reading all that happiness is free
We wish everyone a happy new year, hopefully this is the year that all of our resolutions stick and we become a horde of super heroes sprinting toward the sunrise. Here here. We talk about the weather and we think about the moon. Both of these things affect our soil so they are fantastically important. … Continue reading Hello from our snowy farm in Limington.