Easter Blessings, and spring crops are near.

We want to start off by saying happy Easter to all our friends. We hope you have been staying safe while the virus is floating around.

We have been busy around the farm making sure we have plenty of fresh veggies for you. We already have planted; radishes, kohlrabi, kale, brussel sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, peas, rhubarb, carrots, beets, Swiss chard and arugala, onions and leeks. They all look great, over the past week we took the clear plastic low tunnel off of them and gave them some fresh air. Peas, radishes, beets and some carrots are off the struggle bus under the ground and getting some much needed fresh air. Inside we have plenty ready to transplant outside from more broccoli and kohlrabi to heirloom tomatoes.

Many people haven't the slightest idea what to do with kohlrabi and radishes other than eat them raw or a salad garnish. We found a couple recipes you may like.

We alao had the release of our know your farmer video from our friends over at the real organic project, which is a grassroots organic project to keep the soil in organic and not let hydroponics be part of organic agriculture.

Thank you for taking the time to read.

Please feel free to add your favorite recipes

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