Time to grow our blog!

Our second growing season has come to an end and finally we’ve got some time to start up-dating or ‘growing’ our blog. We want to say thank-you again to our loyal CSA and market customers as well as our interns and volunteers who had a part in helping us to grow a greater good. We hope you enjoyed reading about the goings-on around the farm in our weekly newsletters. For those of you who are just learning about us, you’ll find there is never a dull moment around here. 🙂

Today we’ve got farm tours and horse demonstrations, a spin off from the success of our participation in the Kawartha Farmfest tours.  We’re also busy with processing our produce to store over winter, which will be offered for sale. We have tables at the downtown Thursday Peterborough Farmers Market, which goes until Christmas, as well as the Thursday Farmers Market at Fleming College’s Frost Campus in Lindsay.  Donna and Michelle are working on making ‘flavoured radish chips’ today with our extra radishes. It’s a great way to use up those that don’t end up going to the market as they’re a little odd shaped or have grown a little too big for the bunches.  We debuted them at the Bobcaygeon Farmers Market last summer and have gotten a lot of good feed back.  We almost always offer free samples with our value added products so stop by our market tables and see what unique yummy products we’ll be offering next.

We’ve got another tour starting in a few minutes, so I’ve got to sign off.  Stay tuned for frequent updates from our on-farm partners.  Ta-ta for now! -Kaileen

October 29th, 2011 - Guests pose after their "fascinating" garden tour.

Michelle and Donna make yummy radish chips

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