Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Organic, heirloom, locally-grown vegetable starts are here!

We are very lucky to have a wonderful local farmer (literally down the road from us) who supplies us with gorgeous, yummy, heirloom vegetable starts. Right now we have:

Champion Collards
Magenta Lettuce (Grown from The Hudson Valley Seed Library seeds)
Bright Lights Rainbow Chard
Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
Red Russian Kale
Early Wonder Tall Top Beets
Blues Chinese Cabbage
Price Pac Choi (Bok Choy)

4 packs are $3. We will have tomatoes, melons, pepers, okra, leeks, and so much more!
Sarah from Regeneration CSA at Outback Farm delivers new veggie starts weekly as they are ready. Let us know if you are looking for something in particular.

We are thrilled to be able to work with Regeneration CSA and Sarah. If you don't have room for all the organic vegetable you want to grow yourself, you can be come a member of Regeneration CSA and pickup your share of organic veggies, herbs, and cut flowers every week!

Contact Sarah and the gang at Regeneration-- 845 687 0535 or visit their website http://www.regenerationcsa.org/ for more information about membership.
Regeneration CSA at Outback Farm
81 Clove Valley Rd
High Falls NY 12440

Regeneration CSA practices regenerative agriculture.

Here is a definition of regenerative agriculture from Farmers Without Borders:

“Regenerative agriculture is any kind of farming that enables the restorative capacity of the earth. Regenerative agriculture preserves or improves the fertility of the soil, creates an abundance of food and other agricultural products, contributes to vibrant communities and equitable economies, and respects the ecology of the natural world. Fertile soil helps create nourishing food and, in turn, healthy people and robust communities.”

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