Native Farm CSA Sign Up

Spring/Summer 2013 CSA Sign Up

We welcome our returning customers and are excited to have thirty additional shares available. We look forward to continuing to strengthen our relationship with our returning CSA members and are excited to build relationships with our new CSA members! Our Spring/Summer Share will run April-August. We are most excited for our strawberry planting of 5,000 strawberry plants and exploring new tomato varieties as well as honing our skills on some of our favorites from last year. (more…)

GREEN PIECE: Going green in 2013

Now that Christmas is behind us, we can focus on the new year that’s right around the corner. Every year, people make promises and resolutions for a better year and a better lifestyle. Most New Year’s resolutions are to either lose weight or make more money when really we should be focusing on more important things. Every year, I tell myself I am going to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle; this year, I think everyone should make eco-friendly New Year’s resolutions and stick to them. (more…)

Slow Food’s Terra Madre Conference in Italy

Welcome to Terra Madre

Welcome to Terra Madre

I sat sandwiched between two women from Burkina Faso and Kansas City. After 48 hours of planes, trains, and automobiles, I was exhausted to the point where I could barely keep my eyes open. I heard French on my left, Chinese on my right, and Italian all around.  The lights dimmed and the music began: I had arrived at the opening ceremony of Slow Food’s Terra Madre Conference. (more…)

Nifty Food & Plants To Grow Indoors {May Surprise You}

Fresh Onions Year Round

Never Pay For Onions Again

If you don’t have any garden space or you live in a climate with a short growing season, you can still exercise your green thumb with these indoor plant ideas…a few will even produce fresh produce too! You’ll find tips for growing assorted herbs, a couple vegetables and a few neat-o plants to try your hand at. You can grow them inside year round but many willthrive outdoors during the summer months (if you have the space) but move them indoors once it gets a little chilly and before the first frost (imagine having garden fresh tomatoes over the winter!). (more…)