Delivered weekly on Wednesdays from June to October (20 weeks).
Pick-up available @CloverBUR only!
No GMOs. No pesticides, no herbicides. No synthetic fertilizers or soil amendments. We grow our veggies the safe and old fashioned way, using composted manure, soil-enriching cover crops and careful crop rotation to reduce insect pressure. We call these Organic Cultural Practices because they encompass far more than the USDA rules for organic certification. They represent behaviors and beliefs about growing healthy, pure food while preserving and improving the fertility of the land. Yes, we have a few more weeds than conventional farms that spray everything with poisons. Yes, it takes more labor to produce veggies using organic cultural practices. And, yes, we sweat a lot. We’re OK with that.
What is an example of an average share?
Shares will generally include 8-15 different veggies in quantities sufficient to make a dish serving 4. A mid summer share might include:
– Sweet Corn
– Slicing Tomatoes
– Cherry Tomatoes
– Baby Salad greens
– Rainbow carrots
– Green Beans
– Sweet Snack Peppers
– Seasonal culinary herbs (ex parsley, cilantro, dill, basil, chives, mint)
What is your favorite summer item? What do you like to cook with?
“Sun Gold cherry tomatoes – they are the taste of summer! My favorite summer dish is caponata: eggplant, tomatoes, onion, celery, garlic, olives, capers, vinegar and olive oil. Makes me hungry just thinking about it! I love dishes with simple ingredients, but robust flavors.” Martyn from Dancing Plover Farms