LAST Tuesday Market of the Season next week Sept 26th!
Check out our employment page for more information
If you have any questions about availability, call the farm or message us on Facebook or Instagram
Market Locations and Hours
Scroll down to check out pictures and stories from our Instagram!
We've made it! The last field planting of the season will go out this week! There are still many crops growing that require care and management, but the transplanters will be cleaned and winterized and left in the barn until next March.
The warmer weather has ripened more tomatoes! We'll have plenty of red tomatoes this week, but not for too much longer. Sungolds are beginning to decline, and peaches are all but over. The broccoli has been stunning these last two weeks, and we are looking forward to bringing cabbage, radishes, and other fall favorites very soon. Be Well!
SEED GARLIC AVAILABLE! Certified organic, hardneck, Red Russian Rocambole Seed garlic available now! We select the biggest most beautiful most bodacious Garlic to give your planting a jump start! $12/lb 10lb minimum. Discount on 100 lb or more! Great flavor, has sold great for us at our D.C. markets for years! Contact us right away to reserve yours! Call the farm or email our Farm Manager at Jennifer@newmorningfarm.net with any questions or orders!
We've had beautiful cool silvery fog almost every morning. There is something special about being out in the fields as the sun slowly burns through and reveals a bright blue day. Some of you know, we do a Harvest Festival on the farm every other year, and we're so excited to host a farm tour, potluck, and activities, Sunday October 8th 2-9 PM. We'll have more updates and details at markets and here shortly.
Broccoli is here!!! We don't always have early broccoli, but this year it's abundant and beautiful. This looks like the last week we'll have peaches available, but what we do have are stunning, white and yellow varieties. Don't be shy and say "hi" to your farmer at market. We're always pleased to hear from you.
Our Latest Instagram Posts
Everything Starts as a Seed
Jim and Moie Crawford started organic farming in 1972, on rented land, with a little experience, and practically no money. Over the course of 40 years, New Morning Farm grew from a small operation, selling vegetables out of the back of a pick-up truck, to a farm of over 95 acres with several thriving markets in Washington, D.C.