Registration is now open for the 2013 Pine Fork Farm CSA!
You can find the registration form and check out all the details here. There will be a limited number of shares, so make sure you get your registration in early! If you’re new to the concept of Community Supported Agriculture, joining a CSA is a great way to familiarize yourself with seasonal eating while helping to support a local farmer.
Also, check it out: Richmond Chef Michele Humlan made a salad featuring my radishes and blogged about it over at River City Good Eats!
Garlic ready for planting
Garlic is the last crop to go in the ground before winter. It won’t be ready to harvest until early summer, but it’s worth the wait. A few weeks ago I planted fifteen pounds of a hardneck garlic variety called Duganski. This variety is originally from Uzbekistan.
Welcome to Pine Fork Farm’s new website and blog! I have decided to start a blog so folks can see what goes on here at the farm. The 2012 farming season is drawing to a close, but I have lots of projects planned for the winter, so check back soon!