June at the farm has been wonderful! We’ve had more sun than rain (although, to be sure, we’ve had plenty of rain), and the colorful produce is a pleasure to behold.
The early Boston lettuce was a pleasure, the romaine a delight, early cucumbers and now mini-onions and peas are arriving. Need we mention the strawberry bounty?
To start off July we’re having a workshop on July 6 during the pick-up hours. Diane Gayer is offering ICF members a unique opportunity to sew used grain sacks into useful hand bags or tote bags. She’ll provide the know-how and the sewing machine, you provide the sack.
If you have extra grain bags (the poly-plastic kind), please bring some to share. They’ll become the perfect totes for ICF veggies!