Knuckle Down News

Rye Comments and June Updates

Here we are in June already!  Among everything else, this means that any outstanding payments are due ASAP, if you please. There are also still a handful of shares available for anyone who’s still hoping to join for the Season, but please do let me know soon. Things have been busy around here, with a […]

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Spring has Sprung a New Little Farmer

Before reminding everyone that there are still CSA shares available, let me introduce you to Knuckle Down Farm’s newest family member! Maxwell James was born at home on April 21st in the wee hours of the morning. With him came the warm weather, which I am choosing to see as a sign he’ll be a […]

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“Spring” Update

As we wait for baby number two to arrive, Spring too seems to be taking its time. A blessing in disguise perhaps, with all my planting dates pushed back for the season, this slow cold Spring is allowing me to relax and feel thankful that I am not trying to keep a greenhouse full of […]

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2018 CSA Shares — Slightly Different and Available Now

Indoors beside the wood stove with the sun shining through the window, it’s almost possible to forget the frigid temperatures for a moment. I hope all of you have found cozy corners to stay warm this winter and hibernated just a little through the cold snaps. The days now begin to get long enough to […]

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Happy Trails ’till Next Season — Knuckle Down News, Week 20

It seems like we’ve come full circle this season form a too wet Spring to a flooded fall. Thankfully I took a few hours on warm Saturday morning, before the rains came, to dig out most of the root crops for this week. Onions and Squash are already stored and dry, so I shouldn’t have […]

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Penultimate Veggies of the Season — Knuckle Down News, Week 19

The beautiful weather gave us the perfect opportunity for garlic planting this weekend. Although I was woefully behind with getting the beds ready, Lauren and Nate, garden helpers-extraordinaire, arrived and not only got all 2,000 cloves in the ground, but helped clear rotting tomato plants, split the garlic, and provide occasional mechanical support. Thanks to […]

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