ICF strives to grow a wide diversity of vegetable crops, everything from arugula to zucchini. What we have available each week varies depending on the weather and the season. While some crops could in theory be available at all times, many crops are unavailable at least part of the season. You’ll generally have several options to choose from in various vegetable categories (for instance, you can mix and match kale, cabbage, mustard greens, chard, etc. to make up your share of greens for the week). Here is a chart that gives some sense of when many crops are in season:
- February Bottom Land News is available now - The latest issue of Bottom Land News is ready! You’ll find a reminder to sign up for your summer share, another staff profile, information from our board, and how we are able to grow greens in the winter. Enjoy!
- Summer 2015 Sign-up, Soft Rollout - It’s getting late in January and some of you are used to paying for your summer shares in full by now. Where’s the form and pricing information? We’ve been doing some back end work on our web site and didn’t … Continue reading →
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