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- Our lives were spared today, and I am weep with gratitude. Spent the morning dropping my dad back off at the ER due to another UTI, so incredibly frustrating dealing with the ER right now when you can’t be near your loved one and represent for them when they are delirious! Only an hour later traveling across town with three kids south downhill on Glenstone stopped at Trafficway. I was joking about how the water tower looks like Oscar the grouch with the kids and looked in my rearview mirror to see the reaction but instead I saw a fully loaded semi truck barreling towards us swerving slamming on his brakes but unable to stop. The kids lives flash before my eyes. I did all I could vear left but there was oncoming traffic. I watched as the semi truck swerved right around us unable to stop due to momentum until his bumper was at the front of my car. I have no doubt we were spared incredible and unspeakable loss. And for that I am so grateful to the lord who gives and takes away. Today we were given another day. Remember to today is a gift. Won’t you join me in praising the Lord? -SarahWoodshed totally stacked full because of these gentlemen and Marlyn! What a tremendously amazing feat. Depending on the winter this should last us a year to a year and a half. We use wood fires to keep our greenhouses warm our shop warm and our house warm. We are so grateful!!!Wedding flowers, are you looking to diy flowers, we have you covered! We are harvesting fresh flowers everyday so let us know if we can help you brighten up any occasion. Bouquets are also available in our self serve farmstand here at Millsap Farm!!!Fresh oyster mushrooms in the farmstand!Preorder for pick up at FMO Saturday 8-1. No need to wait in line, pull behind and text us, we will bring your preorder to your car. We have Large and small bouquets, spinach, lettuce mix radishes, edible flowers, and nasturtiums. https://app.barn2door.com/e/Qna03/all link in bioWe're hosting a virtual twilight walk tonight, with a video tour of the farm, followed by a presentation on Cucumber and Tomato production in high tunnels. The tour will be an overview of what's happening on the farm this week, with special attention to the high tunnel crops. During the presentation we'll discuss fertility, trellising, water, varieties, and other details of how we grow two of our favorite and most profitable crops. Register here to join the zoom meeting. https://umsystem.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcvceGuqD4uGNTnduVNLjLIrXVFohxqQIbX We'll start at 6:30, and plan for 1:45-2 hours. join us for all or part.
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On our homemade pizza dough, tonight we will repeat a favorite from last week, Hot Pepper Pizza features Willow Mountain Mushrooms, our roasted peppers, our homemade red sauce and pepper jack cheese Dove Creek Pizza Features Dove Mountain’s Reliance grapes, Terrell Creek’s … Continue reading
Tuesday is the last Summer CSA harvest for 2012. It has been a very challenging season, with much less water than we needed, and very high temperatures, which dramatically decreased the tomato, green bean, lettuce, and carrot harvest. On the … Continue reading
We’re enjoying the flood of summer crops, including tomatoes, eggplant, and bell peppers. Irrigation continues to be pretty much 24/7, and we keep praying for rain. Meanwhile, the crops continue to be productive, and the heat has returned to average, … Continue reading
We’re excited about the upcoming growing season, and are already ordering seeds, starting plants, and finalizing summer plans. We’ve spent the winter months researching, studying, attending conferences, recruiting apprentices and interns, renovating greenhouses, revising planting schedules, and all the other … Continue reading
Avocado Pineapple Kale Salad/Wraps with Black Beans and an avocado lime dressing Aldi has a great deal on avocado $.29 this week and last week they had pineapples$.99 so since we can’t grow them, we really enjoy them when we get the chance. In … Continue reading
Remember we are currently signing up our Winter CSA. We would love to have you join us, we are excited to be able to offer home delivery for the 1st time. If you have any questions please do not hesitate … Continue reading
The first Winter 2009 Community Supported Agriculture pick-up will be tomorrow between 4 and 6 p.m. If you’ve been a member this summer, this is old hat, as I don’t expect there to be any big surprises. If you are … Continue reading
Once again, a rainy harvest day. In today’s share, we have: Arugula Easter egg radishes Kentucky blue pole beans Tomatoes (slicing) red chinese beans cucumbers eggplant onions anaheim or jalapeno peppers yellow squash or butternut sweet banana peppers bell peppers … Continue reading
Today’s harvest should include: Yellow squash cucumbers eggplant bell peppers jalapenos banana peppers green beans large tomatoes cherry tomatoes arugula watermelon red and yellow onions chinese red noodle beans basil Sweet corn greenhouse melons, either sun jewell or Petit Gris … Continue reading
Tomatoes Cherry tomatoes (yellow and red) Greenbeans Cucumbers Yellow Squash Zucchini or Bell Pepper Arugula Eggplant Basil Scallions (green onions) Jalapenos Potatoes Onions Carrots (first time)