Week 13 Box Contents Carrots (F, TQ, H)Cabbage or Cauliflower (F, TQ, H)Red Onions (F, TQ, H)Kohlrabi (F, TQ, H)Tomatoes (F, TQ, H)Lettuce (F,TQ, H)Summer Squash (F, TQ)Apples (F, TQ) Corn (F, TQ)Eggplant or Peppers (Full Only)Potatoes (Full Only) (Full - F, Three Quarter - TQ, Half -H) *as always this list may change a … Continue reading Week 13 Boxletter
The second round of Victory Garden Trays is almost ready! Preorder goes live on Tuesday, June 9 at 2 pm in our Square store: http://jubileefarmcarnation.square.site Pickup Thursday, June 11 from 1-4 pm at Jubilee Inspired by WWII's Victory Garden movement, we're bringing you a curated garden-in-a-tray. All of these starts have been seeded and grown … Continue reading Victory Garden Trays: Round 2
Food Security in King County, Washington: A Farmer’s Perspective I will start by acknowledging the importance of food security. We need food to live. It's right up there with water, and probably a little ahead of shelter, but it’s definitely one of the essential three. Having enough food is different from continual confidence in having … Continue reading Updates from Farmer David: May Edition
From our family to yours: These are uncertain times we're in. Thank you so much for your patience & understanding as we try new things, and, as Farmer David likes to quote Marshawn Lynch as saying, continue "adjusting to the new environment." 😊 Just like you, we didn't imagine this pandemic coming when we were making … Continue reading May Day check-in!
Because we want to support you in keeping food local (especially important during events like this pandemic), we’re excited to offer a Victory Garden Tray sale this spring! This will be a pre-order sale of trays of veggie starts from the farm, so you can get started on your gardening journey. We’ll also be supplementing … Continue reading Victory Garden Tray FAQ
COVID-19 UPDATES TO SUMMER CSA PICK-UP Our community is in the midst of unprecedented challenges as regions continue to navigate & respond to COVID-19. We're sending our warmest wishes to you & your families, hoping that you're all staying healthy & safe, and we hope that you're finding new ways to stay connected with each … Continue reading COVID-19
Beef, Carbon and the Whole Farm Organism We are constantly asked to evaluate how our actions as individuals affect the environment in the aggregate. We measure our carbon foot prints in commute miles, thermostat settings, and kilowatt hours. I also frequently hear red meat consumption in that mix. I listen to a fair amount of … Continue reading Updates from Farmer David: January Edition
Julie, Paula, Dan, Laura, David, & Erick canning pumpkin butter, circa 1995 I am going to try my hand at writing a series of blog entries that I hope will serve a few purposes. I hope that this blog will help people get to know our farm a little better, and understand my approach to … Continue reading “Who we are, What we do and Where we are going.”
Our CSA delivery boxes are postponed on October 23rd due to flooding on the farm. We will be making deliveries on Friday, October 25th instead. Pickup times will be the same 12p-7p.
Due to flooding we are cancelling today's CSA pickups. Please feel free to come on out this weekend Friday (12-6p), Saturday or Sunday (10a-5p) to pick up your share and maybe even take a hayride and grab a carving pumpkin on us! Luckily we harvested like crazy on Monday ahead of the flood and have … Continue reading Tuesday CSA Pickups Cancelled Today!