9535 US Highway 51 N, Cobden, IL 62920 Google Map 618-308-0217
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CSA Reminder.....Thursday Aug 24th & Friday Aug 25th....... Boxes Please!!!

Posted 8/23/2017 7:44am by Jill Rendleman.

The eclipse was simply awe inspiring.  We gathered with neighbors and family near the farm pond and watched the miracle unfold.  What a mysterious and beautiful universe we are blessed to be a part of!  I was reminded about how I felt as a child when I first watched a seed I had planted in a cup, unfold its first green leaves.  

Pickup will be the regular schedule today.  Please bring any boxes you have not returned.  Next week will be our final member share distribution for the summer season.  We have a few things in abundance if members would like extras next week.....sweet red peppers, ugly but great tasting potatoes, pickling cucumbers.....which may not all b ready at same time but we can make arrangements for you to have them if you want to do some pickling later on.  Its been a long abundant CSA spring summer season, I would love to have any input from members as to how we can make this better...that is how we grow, from comments by members with suggestions for improvements or letting us know something that you really liked.  


Jill Rendleman

All Seasons Farm

9535 US Hwy 51 N

Cobden, Illinois  62920





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