I hope that your Thanksgiving was full of good food, good friends and family and plenty to be thankful for.
The snow and freezing temperatures from earlier in the week brought with it an abrupt end to the amazing fall growing season at Tahoma Farms. We are now into winter, which means lots of root crops and the arrival of seed catalogs to begin planning for next year. It’s quite a shock to go from 20 vegetables that are ready for harvest – including radishes, arugula, and chard – down to about 10 in an instant. What you see on the CSA list for this next week is representative of what will be available for the PNW box throughout the winter. We’re only now able to assess how these crops survived the three days of snow and ice. With any luck, we should be able to offer kale or collards or brussels sprouts throughout the winter.
Because of all this, this week marks the end of the CSA season for Tahoma Farms – more than a month longer than we had originally planned for the season, for a total of 27 weeks. If you’d like to continue with another box please contact us via email or phone. Thanks to all of the CSA members for a wonderful season!
We are so thankful for your ongoing support of Terra Organics.