2017 Winter CSA:
There is something quite amazing about fresh produce during the winter.
As the summer cools into fall, storage crops like onions, winter squash, and potatoes are harvested. Parsnips and leeks are protected from the harsh cold winds of fall ready to be harvested as needed. Salad mix and spinach are planted in greenhouses to stay vibrant long after leaves have fallen from trees and snow is starting hide the mountains.
With colder temperatures comes a different selection of vegetables delivered each week. Varieties grown specifically for the winter CSA are listed below. By using 6,500 square feet of protected greenhouse space we can grow a large quantity of spinach and salad mix to include in the winter CSA share along with carrots and beets each week. See the full winter CSA list below.
- Holiday Shares: delivered the week of the Thanksgiving and Christmas are a little heavier, packed with a selection of produce to make sure your holiday salad, pies, and meals are extra delicious.
- For more general information about how a CSA programs works, visit the CSA page.
What a gift to remember patience and longevity. This maple tree is the second largest in Colorado and sits outside our window, a constant reminder that a solid connection to place is a patient and intentional process.