This is it, kids, the final share of the season! I can’t believe that 20 weeks have flown by already. I’m going to miss visiting the farm every Friday and finding out what’s new, and taking this picture. My friends will miss hearing me complain that I can’t close my refrigerator door, and can they please help me out by taking some veggies off my hands. Geez, now I’ll have to go back to Whole Paycheck for organic produce. (But it’s not the same.)
What did you like in the share, and what did you not like? I’m going to go against the flow and say that I loved all the greens this season. It’s hard to find a variety of fresh greens in the stores, and I’ve really enjoyed them. The turnips, meh. The heirloom tomatoes were worth the trip to the farmers market. Wish I had signed up for an egg share, because organic eggs from the grocery are just not the same.
This blog was the first season that I documented the shares and the ebb and flow of events on Bee Heaven Farm and in Redland. I wanted to do a lot more than I managed to find time and energy for. During the off-season lull, I hope to get caught up on some blog posts I’ve been working on. What do you want more news about, and what do you want less of? Do you want farm news, area news, farmer/intern interviews, politics, recipes, information about different foods, what’s available at market, various related events, rants and rambles, or …?
Your responses are very interesting to me, and based on what I hear, may help shape the direction of the blog (as long as it doesn’t stray too far from original mission of writing about Redland Organics growers, CSA members, the issues that affect them, and the farm area). Would love to hear your thoughts! Let’s get a conversation going! I know you’re out there…