CSA Season is Right Around the Corner!

So, here we are on February 18th and we will be having 60 degree temperatures! I have managed to have Kale, Asian Greens and Salad Turnips growing all winter. My goal last year was to grow for 10 months. Now I can say that I have grown year round. Wow!

I hope this email finds everyone in good health and ready for fresh organic veggies starting May 1st. Amber and I have been planning the production this winter and are ready to start a new year. We have been attending workshops and conferences to hone our skills and feel confident that once again, we can bring you healthy and nutritious produce.

Amber has taken on a new role in her community of Avoca as the Main Street Development person so I will be seeing less of her at the farm this growing season. This job is a good opportunity for her to get to know her community better and to help influence how a small town can survive.

Attached you will find this year’s brochure. You will notice that we are using the same pictures as last year. They worked well for us so we decided, why not.

The website is being upgraded and you will soon be able to order on line if you wish. There are a couple more glitches that need to be worked out but we are working with Paypal in order for you to be able to make payments if that better suits your budget.

I will be at the church on March 13th handing out brochures and signing up members. If you know of anyone who is interested, please share this email with them or have them stop by on the 13th.

On April 9th there will be a  50th Anniversary Celebration for United Methodist Ministries from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the church where we will also have a table. I might even have some produce for sale if you are interested. Please plan to attend this event and have some food and garden fun.

It will be good to see you all again this year. You are definitely a part of our family and once the season starts it will take some time to catch up.

If you have any questions, please call or email me.
Peace and Health, Denise and Amber
Rolling Acres Farm
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