Dry Bean

Dry Beans have been often considered food for the “poor,” but that is probably because they are so inexpensive, not poor in flavor and nutrition! We currently grow ‘King of Early’ dry bean. They are a beautiful, mottled red/white. When cooked, they are similar to a pinto bean and have a soft texture and buttery…

Getting the Most Out of Your Share!

This is the season of garden abundance. We want you to be able to enjoy and use as much of your share as possible, but realize that we are often distributing more food than you may be able to eat in a week. We are including this preserving guide which highlights easy freezing methods for…

Colors of Summer

Summer has arrived as evidenced by the color that is springing to life in the field. Enjoy this collage of images. Our Creator is certainly an artist!