Thanks to everyone who braved the rain on Sunday and came to our (indoor) picnic! Bethany Waickman and Amelia Mason played some beautiful fiddle tunes for us and resident artist Kerri Schmidt had a fantastic art project making birds' nests and eggs for everyone to enjoy. We are so happy to have Kerri on the farm this year as part of the Concord's Art and Agriculture project. The project is run by Concord Umbrella's Musketaquid Arts and Environment program and the Concord Agriculture Committee. Check out Kerri's bird nest and egg made of vines during your next farm stand visit!
Our farm stand is open and will be staffed this week. Many spring crops are available including:
- Strawberries- We grow many varieties of strawberries including Earliglow, Jewel, brunswick, Sparkle, and Chandler. We hope you enjoy!
- Sweet William- This flower is one of our favorites. It is a biennial so we planted it last season in order to enjoy these colorful blossoms this month!
- Red Russian Kale
- Salad Turnips
- Happy Rich- A baby broccoli, we will likely have bunches on Tuesday only this week. More to come in a couple of weeks!
- Bok Choy
- Sugar Snap Peas- Almost ready! We will begin to harvest on Thursday.