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WInni Woods Farm CSA Week#14

Posted 9/13/2018 7:46am by Aaron Lichtenberg.

Hello Farm Faithful!

After another long week I've picked up my draft from last week and am trying to keep in touch for week #14...after this week, only two more summer shares left!

We're managing, for the most part, to keep up with things coming out of the fields on time...except the weeds, and we've given up on that. The good new is that the Fall CSA Season schedule has been worked out and is open for enrollment! Here is a picture of last year's winter spinach crop, without the high tunnel over it...so imagine what I'll be able to do with one (I hope!)

Sign-Up for the 2018 Fall CSA Season Here...

The SHORT SEASON Shares have ended for the season and only the Full Season 16 wk. shares continue through the end of this month.

In this week's share (subject to availability):

Thu-Fri., Sept 13th-15th, FULL

1 Lettuce, Head (head)
1 Greens, Choice (bunch)
1 Broccoli (lb)
1 Tomatoes, Slicing (lb)
4 Garlic (each)
3 Seasonal Veggie Choice (each)

Thu-Fri., Sept 13th-15th, SMALL

1 Lettuce, Head (head)
1 Greens, Choice (bunch)
1 Broccoli (lb)
1 Tomatoes, Slicing (lb)
2 Garlic (each)
2 Seasonal Veggie Choice (each)

Seasonal Choices: 

Beans, Beets, Broccoli, Carrots, Chard, Eggplant, Fennel, Kale, Pac Choi, Radishes, Slicing Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes

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Eat well and Be well,
Aaron & Liz Lichtenberg
Owners
Winnipesaukee Woods Farm
Alton Bay, NH

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