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CSA Pickup Reminder THURSDAY Aug 2 and FRIDAY Aug 3 What's in My Share?

Posted 8/1/2018 10:34am by Jill Rendleman.

Members will enjoy a mix of sweet and warm peppers this week, along with cucumbers, scallions, yellow and green zucchini, and tomatoes.  Thanks for your help and patience last week with the pickup. Cleto did a great job with everyones help.....TownSquare had an issue for the first time ever, odd,.....thanks for the extra effort made by Townie pickups!    Right now the we have a lot of hot and sweet peppers.   If any member would like extras of sweet or mild/warm peppers, please let me know by CALLING OR TEXTING 6183080217.  We have about 10 varieties of hot peppers including.....anchos, jalapeños, seranos, sweet red and green Italian, green bells, and more.  You could ask for a mix of hot peppers or of sweet peppers if you like.  The warm/hot mix is great to dehydrate or to freeze and use in Chili soups this fall and winter.   We still have lots from LAST winter and they are still excellent.  

Based upon plant health right now, down due to heat heat heat, looks like the summer CSA will end at the end of August or beginning of September.  We are preparing beds and getting ready for fall planting these next few days thanks to the nice rain we got on Tuesday.  

Bill and I had a chance to visit Stone Barn Center for Food and Agriculture, also home to Blue Hill Restaurant and its famous chef/author Dan Barber (The Third Plate) last week and we hope to share the story on All Seasons Facebook soon.  It was a wonderful experience to see our practices being using on a famous farm/restaurant in the hills of the Hudson River Valley. 

Take care, your farmer, jill


Jill Rendleman

All Seasons Farm

9535 US Hwy 51 N

Cobden, Illinois  62920





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