Tag Archives: swiss chard

Farm update

A quick update on the farm. It’s been an amazing season so far weather-wise. Been getting rain on a weekly basis and lots of sunshine (mid 70s to 80s) and cool evenings. I love it! Garlic is almost ready to harvest, potatoes are getting close and beans are starting to flower. And, our paw paws […]

Spring 2017 – what's growing?!?

Spring is here and things are really cranking up on the farm. It’s definitely the busiest time of the year for us: prepping beds, soil blocking, transplanting, weeding, watering, and all things in the dirt that come with being soil farmers. Here are a few updates of some of the crops coming in. Lots of […]

What do you do with swiss chard?

Lately the chard has taken off and looks and tastes delicious. Yet, people seem hesitant to buy it at the market. Here’s one way to prepare it that’s simply and tasty. Come out to the Lakewood Farmer’s Market on Saturdays and grab your leafy greens! Sautéed Swiss Chard 1 large bunch of fresh Swiss chard […]

First Farmers Market … Success!

We totally sold out of all our produce this Saturday at the Lakewood Farmers Market. There are so many people to thank for making this market come together. Thanks to the market organizers, our helpful friends, and all the wonderful customers who stopped by. We were pretty nervous about our first market day, but all […]