We are thankful that you choose New Morning Farm to nourish you and your loved ones. You are also the key players that allow us to love and nourish our soils and farm ecosystem, to support our employees and to train organic vegetable growers. Thank you!
The Thanksgiving celebration coincides with the end of our field season. This is the time of relief as the farm work slows down allowing time for other priorities. It's also a time when we can truly celebrate all the great work we have accomplished. Since April the team has transplanted over 200 plantings, and we've logged more than 900 harvests. And the best thing? We've been able to share the fruits (and vegetables) of our labor with you each week!
This weekend we have the big Thanksgiving Markets. We are excited to bring plenty of Romanesco Cauliflower! It survived a week of lows in the teens, and yet it looks and tastes fantastic. We also have lots of herbs, ginger and turmeric. We have a good supply of all the traditional favorites on Saturday: white potatoes, sweet potatoes, pie pumpkins, butternut squash, onions, carrots, apples, etc. There will also be zillions of pies from Janie and Barb at 350 Bakery: pumpkin, apple, cran-apple, pecan, and homemade vegetarian mincemeat (Jim's favorite).
We will not be at markets next weekend 11/30 and 12/01. We take a mini-vacation before returning to markets 12/7 and 12/8. When we do return, Saturday markets will open at 9:00am for our winter schedule. We will also have our first lettuce out of the tunnels after Thanksgiving.
See you at Market,