The Sharing Farm would like to extend a very heartfelt THANK YOU to all our supporters, friends, and community who made our 5th Annual Garlic Festival a fabulous success! You helped us raise almost $18,000 towards our mission of growing food, growing farmers, growing community. These funds help us keep providing fresh healthy food to Read more »
Heat is still on…so is the irrigation – all the time! It is definitely a transitional time on the farm, where the first crops are coming out and either fall crops are going in or buckwheat and then a winter wheat will be planted. There is still time for planting fall crops. This week at the Read more »
We have been busy little bees this month at the farm. The sun and rain combo of June has given life to the farm, transforming it from sleepy wet rows of soil to a vibrant lush landscape of food. It is just amazing how one little seed can sprout up and produce so much food. Read more »
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Rain Rain Rain. June is often rainy. It does however, always seem to catch us off guard and make us wonder why there are such things as June bearing strawberries – isn’t that a flaw of nature? Nature didn’t think ahead to a time where all the strawberries needed to be picked and packed on Read more »
Every day, at The Sharing Farm, we’re changing the notion of “Food Bank Food”.
The heat is on! This week some of our heat lovers continue to get transplanted into the greenhouse. Before transplanting the tomatoes and the tomatillos, make sure the trellis string is above. It is much easier to put up the trellis when the bed isn’t full with tomatoes. Another obvious point, but Masta of the Read more »