Announcing our CSA program for 2011! Some things have changed from last year–we have added a week to the program so now it is 22 weeks from the beginning of June to the end of October. We have also changed our Farm Discount CSA program to a Market Booth CSA program. Instead of purchasing a discount card, read more hygiene you can now purchase booth credits ($40 or $100 up front gives you $44 or $115 in booth credit). No need to dig out your wallet or worry about your purse! More details on our CSA page…

We are increasing the number of shares available over last year, clinic so tell all your friends who haven’t already signed up for a CSA in the area. Contact us to sign up!

Announcing our CSA program for 2011! Some things have changed from last year–we have added a week to the program so now it is 22 weeks from the beginning of June to the end of October. We have also changed our Farm Discount CSA program to a Market Booth CSA program. Instead of purchasing a discount card, internist seek
you can now purchase booth credits ($40 or $100 up front gives you $44 or $115 in booth credit). No need to dig out your wallet or worry about your purse! More details on our CSA page…

We are increasing the number of shares available over last year, so tell your friends!

Announcing our CSA program for 2011! Some things have changed from last year–we have added a week to the program so now it is 22 weeks from the beginning of June to the end of October. We have also changed our Farm Discount CSA program to a Market Booth CSA program. Instead of purchasing a discount card, diet you can now purchase booth credits ($40 or $100 up front gives you $44 or $115 in booth credit). No need to dig out your wallet or worry about your purse! More details on our CSA page…

We are increasing the number of shares available over last year, here so tell all your friends who haven’t already signed up for a CSA in the area. Contact us to sign up!

Sap season is just drawing to a close…it’s been an excellent run so far. We’ve gotten more than twice the amount of syrup of our previous years (almost 7 gallons!) which is amazing. And after doing some calculations, physiotherapy we have concluded that we must have magic trees–normally you need 40 gallons of sap to produce 1 gallon of syrup, therapist but we recorded a 27:1 ratio. That means more maple syrup for market!

We also built a new evaporator this season. Previously, illness we had just built a big fire under the evaporator pan, which we supported on concrete blocks. It took a huge amount of wood to get it going due to all the mass of the blocks. This year, we decided to build it Rocket-style: using a 55-gallon drum, two pieces of stove pipe joined together to make the feed tube, some Rockwool and fiberglass insulation, and some old pieces of roofing tin to make the skirt to support the pan. I am happy to say that we used much less wood this year to make our syrup. 😀

Pictures below…

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