Tuesday, November 10, 2015

What to Do With Your Share---Week 30

With the warm weather lately the farm has been greening up. We have been able to do a lot of work in the fields in preparation for spring. It has been nice weather to tidy up and check this important job off the list. If we take care of business now we can get to a time when we have no need to go out into the fields and we can both rest.

For now there are still a few goodies out there though, like carrots and cabbage. With some fresh  radish, kohlrabi and dill you have about as fresh a slaw as is possible. There are recipes from our blog and newsletters here, here, here and here.We hope that you take advantage of this tasty combo. 

One nice thing about a fall like this is that we get some time to hike around. On Sunday we went to the Crooked River, east of the farm on the way to Richmond. It was a gorgeous fall day, and the hike is through interesting terrain.

A couple of highlights include multiple beaver evidence and a very old bridge. The soil would be great for vegetables.

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