One of our cover crops of crimson clover is blooming. The bees will be happy! The white apple orchard in the background is covered in kaolin clay that John puts on early in the season to discourage insects.
Lots could happen, but so far we are optimistic!
prop house is filling up – look at those babies grow!
Just a light dusting of snow from last night. Stay warm everyone!
Last weekend of the season- the farmstand is open through October 31st.
50lb potato bags ready for pick up!
The Crew hauled up quite a load of watermelons! Enjoy them now while they are at their peak!
Well, it’s August, and that means:
The rebuilding of the historic wall that supports Monument Street by the farm is finished! We appreciate the quick work of all parties involved with the reconstruction. Everyone involved has been considerate of our customers and accommodating to the needs of our farm. Specifically we would like to thank Concord’s Department of Public [...]