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We practice sustainability at the farm. Crop rotation, use of drip irrigation and re-using the flower water each week are some of the ways we are being kind to the earth.
We have availability for our Special Edition Harvest Box that will be available for pick up on Tuesday, November 14th. These Special Edition Harvest Boxes are $25.00 each this year. We do have a limited amount. First come, first served.
Please email Lorrie at if you are interested.

Pick up would be on Tuesday, November 14th between 4:00 - 6:00 pm at the Farm. 8005 Portland Rd. N.E. Salem, Oregon.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Week 16, September 10, 2013

Little one picking and blowing on the "wishies".

Mary brought FUN things today!

They both have theirs spinning like crazy!

A rainbow of carrots.

Red Pontiac potatoes.

A wide variety of tomatoes with notes 
for how many each box can have.

Snowberry cherry tomatoes are 
prolific right now.

Smaller red ones are Mexico Midgets.

Berry scones for our morning snack.

Green beans.

Asian pears.

Carrots in the rays of the sun.

Beets are rinsed and waiting to be boxed.

Green and yellow tomatillos.

Sunshine on the grapes.

Dad packing the corn they picked and 
also packing his helper.

Zinnias waiting to be picked.

This bee comes in for a landing.

Pear torte anyone? This was incredible.

Salad with green zebra tomatoes. 
Build our own lunch. Love it!

A cart full of zinnias.

Grams and another little great niece of mine entertain each other. 
I don't know who was having more fun!

Our large heavy, volunteer sunflower is ripening.

Dahlias and ornamental grasses. 
Baby strollers in the background.

Lisa was very sick today. We are trying our hand at arranging. The four of us, Angie, Anna, Stephanie and I each made a few bouquets. Lisa usually is our creative master with the flowers! 
We sure missed her for many reasons today.

Our handiwork.

Another one. 
Consulting taking place in the background.

We are getting brave!

Not as many pictures taken today. 
Picking more things resulted in less camera time.
So this is "the end".