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July 22, 2014

Jul
22

Notes From the Field

July is an apex in the growing season.  Shorter season crops are fruiting, longer term crops are blossoming - weeds of all species and heights exist.

Signs of our spring coming are still present, and the forward motion of our late spring decisions are looking to be fruitful: a gap in our beet production some beautiful winter squash.

What's in the Bag

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July 8, 2014

Jul
08

Notes from the Field

Hello everyone, thank you.

Our field speaks of resiliency.  Our onions are about 1 1/2 feet tall, and our later planting is headed in a direction of steady growth.  We have phased out of the early season and we are approaching the high summer.  

What's in the Bag

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August 5, 2014

Jul
05

Notes from the Field

See Stuffed Zucchini recipe!

With reverance from the field: THANK YOU

Dig Deep

What's in the Bag

  • Basil or fennel
  • 2 slicing or 3 pickling cukes
  • Purple beans
  • 1 each summer squash & zucchin
  • 1 bag swiss chard
  • Salad mix
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July 1, 2014

Jul
01

Notes from the Field

Hi everyone.  It's July.  Yum.  Many blossoms are beginning to fruit, heat and rain will help them burst.

CSA member David J. designed an 8' X 12' lean-to shed for us which went up yesterday amidst market harvest.  It brings a whole new life to our farm journey.  We are so grateful for our CSA workshare folks and the way we are all contributing equity to our food community.

What's In the Bag

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June 24, 2014

Jun
27

Notes from the Field

Summer is here and there is no holding back.  We are regaining our stride post-wire worm.  We look forward to being "planted out" (meaning our greenhouse transplants are in the field) a week from now; to be managing our summer cropts to their fullest potential; and to be seeding our fall root crops soon.

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June 17, 2014

Jun
23

Notes From the Field

Helowww Everyone! Welcome to Bag Share Season!

This week, and for the next few you will find greens for fresh eating and for light sauteing in your bags.

We are still in the midst of our planting season - potatoes, sweet peppers, eggplant; watermelons and winter squash yet to go...  We are hoping for summer time heat and rain for late summer/fall's abundance.

What's in the Bag?

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November 26, 2013

Nov
26

Notes from the Field:

Welcome to the first Winter Share Pick-up!

We will keep your senses satisfied with storage crops and wintered over (and Spring sprung) greens every three weeks!

Thank you for your participation - wee look forward to sharing the harvest and recipes as the weeks go by.

May the food fill your bellies and homes with warmth this season!

What's in the Bag

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October 8, 2013

Oct
08

"Feeled Notes"

Every Harvest Day - usually Monday - we are greeted with openness.

The space that we nurture holds and releases much: nutrient dense food, genuine relationships, and a container for a lived cultural necessity through inter-generations and the sharing of knowledge therein.

Here at Dig Deep we are wrappijng up our fifth season; it's been an opportunity of reflection and expanse both in heart and mind and rippling within our CSA and local community.  Thank you.

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October 1, 2013

Oct
01

Notes from the Field:

What a season it has been!

The tomatoes are still hanging in there as well as the sweet peppers.  Roading and blending veggies has been high on the list of priorities - roasted sweet peppers; roasted beets; roasted winter squash. . . the list goes on.  All of these items, especially the butternut or sunshine winter squash offer suggestion for soup.  The beets are red and white striped inside and candy sweet when baked.

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September 24, 2013

Sep
24

Notes from the Field

Wow!  What is happening?!?!

We have two weeks left of our bag share after this week....

In this period of seasonal change we are actively reflecting on the growing season as we gather in the remainder of our efforts from the season:  winter squash, potatoes, dried flowers - soon . . . beets and winter storage crops: carrots, cabbage and celeriac.  We will cover crop our field with oats and high hoop the remaining field greens so we can provide everyone in Augusta that we can with some of the sweetest produce around...

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