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We’re now accepting 2018 Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) contracts. Find out more about our CSA.
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In 2018, we will be hosting monthly tours of the farm. Dates to be announced.
Iron, amino acids, and fiber are typically the nutrients involved with these vegetables. A few examples: Swiss chard, beets, and spinach.
These vegetables are commonly known for their anitoxidal properties, fiber, or potassium content. The Solanaceae family includes herbaceous plants, shrubs, trees, and vines that grow in temperate to tropical regions. A few examples: eggplant, bell peppers, potatoes, tobacco, and tomatoes.
In general, the Liliaceae Family of plants can increase airflow in the body, help with urination problems, and even improve hair tone. A few examples: garlic, asparagus, chives, shallots, onions, and leeks.
These plants are known for their significant antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. A few examples: dill, anise, garden angelica, carrots, caraway, chervil, cilantro, cumin, fennel, parsnips, and parsley.
This family consists of mostly fragrant plants used for the flavoring of food, the medicinal properties of smell, or the use of insecticides. A few examples: basil, catnip, hyssop, lavender, marjoram, white horehound, lemon balm, oregano, rosemary, savory, sage, and thyme.
The Asteraceae Family consists of plants that are antioxidants or disinfectants. They can clean out the chemicals in your body as well as the mould in your bathroom. A few examples: absinthe, artichokes, chamomile, cardoons, chicory, tarragon, lettuce, dandelions, and salsify.
This family has significant sources of vitamins A, K, & C. A few examples: cabbages, watercress, turnips, radishes.