August 16, 2017

Does anybody else feel that first autumnal nip in the air? Maybe it’s just me, or perhaps it’s because my kids started school again last week, but it feels like fall is almost here. The occasional cool breeze and the … Continued

August 9, 2017

With all this rain the farmers really only have two things to say: weeds and bugs. As you well know, plants love the rain, including the weedy variety. At Whipstone Farm, the fields are too wet to cultivate by tractor, so … Continued

July 12, 2017

The rain has finally arrived and not a moment too soon! While our farmers rely on irrigation to keep their crops going, a little rain goes a long way. It doesn’t hurt that the cloud cover has cooled things down … Continued

July 5, 2017

Sorry for the delay everyone! I was up on the North Rim for the weekend and just returned to the world of internet connection. Have a wonderful Fourth of July! Meghan What’s in your basket – July 5th Beets – Whipstone … Continued

June 28, 2017

Summer is officially here and you will start to notice that some crops will begin to appear in your baskets on a weekly basis, at least for several week bursts. This week we have apricots again, probably for the last … Continued

June 14, 2017

I’m out of town this week, so I don’t have much to report. But flower shares begin this week, so enjoy the beautiful bouquets headed your way! Have a lovely week! Meghan   What’s in your basket – June 14th … Continued

June 7, 2017

I hope that all of you got to enjoy the amazing rain this past week. We sure needed it! Lots of crops are still going in the ground, including peppers, sweet potatoes, eggplant, cherry tomatoes, and lots more. It will … Continued

May 31, 2017

Longtime members know by now that Spring is all about greens. Kale, chard, salad mix, etc. will fill your baskets for a few more weeks before more robust crops like peas, summer squash, and fruit start to kick in. We … Continued