YOUR WEEKLY CSA GUIDE
We already miss you...
It's Week 20, the last week of the farm share and we're bummed.
I knew this day would come but we never took into consideration the relationships we would form, come to enjoy, and love week after week. We all shared our ups and downs, we joked and laughed, but most of all, we shared our love of food and where it comes from. Is it too early to say, we can't wait for June?
In honor of the last week and to show our gratitude, we are making this week's share much larger than normal. Feel free to swap items or pass along to another member if you have an abundance of one particular item in your pantry.
Don't forget about the CSA Pumpkin Carving Contest! This week we will give participating members a large pumpkin for carving and a medium one to those who are not and would like to decorate their step. Be sure to review the rules and dates below.
Lastly, we are in the planning stages of a possible soup/winter CSA for January and February. We are pretty excited about it and hope everything falls into place for the coming year. Until then, please let Rick, Navi or myself know if you would be interested.
Our farm wouldn't be what it is today without your wonderful support. A big thank you to our founding members, each and every one of you!
Owner Harrison Bardwell
WHAT TO USE FIRST
CSA FARM SHARE 2020 CALL LIST
We want to be sure our founding members have first choice of a share for next year before we open enrollment to the public.
If you are planning on joining us again and you haven't already, please talk with Rick or Navi and they will add you to the call list for 2020. You can also email email@example.com or text/call (413) 800-5583 to be added.
We would love to have you all back again next year!
PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST RULES
Photo by Jessica
LET'S GET COOKING
4 DELICIOUS SWEET POTATO RECIPES
One potato, two potato, sweet potato more!
8 THINGS THAT HAPPENED LAST WEEK
7 DAY SUPPORT
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions, need assistance or want to provide constructive criticism. Also, when the program starts, don’t be afraid to talk with your Bardwell Farm Representative in-person during a pick-up day. You can always contact us by using the links below.