Monthly Archives: November 2011

Fall CSA Week 13

Greetings Farm Friends! The farm at this point of the year is bursting with green cover crops and neatly tended rows (well, kind of neat) of greens and roots. Fall is still mystifying to me as a farmer. During spring, … Continue reading

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Fall CSA Week 12

Hello Happy Eaters! Greetings from the farm. Today might have been the most beautiful day of the year here at Burge. The weather makes an easy target for complaints but every now and then, nature bestows on us such a wonderful … Continue reading

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Fall CSA Week 11

Hello Fellow Veggiephiles,    Hands are numbing around the farm as chilly mornings await us each day. Despite some light frosts our fall tomato plants are just beginning to produce and with a little luck, we will have enough for everyone next … Continue reading

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Fall CSA Week 10

Happy Halloween! I can’t believe we’re already at week 10! It seems like last week we were nervous about being able to provide enough food for everyone, and now we have too much produce to fit in the boxes. While many area farms … Continue reading

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Fall CSA Week 9

Hello! So sorry about the late email! It’s been so long since I’ve written directly to you, I almost forgot… Seriously though we barely got the veggies out of the door in time this week, so I had to forgo … Continue reading

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Fall CSA Week 8

Dear CSA members:   This week Luca, one of the interns here at Burge, will be writing the newsletter for us.   Hi everybody, I can hardly believe it but this is my last week here at Burge. What was to be an 8 month long … Continue reading

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Fall CSA Week 7

Hello!   For the next two weeks we are letting both of our fantastic interns Lauren and Luca take the stage and tell you a little bit about their experience here at the farm as they prepare to transition to … Continue reading

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