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Native Offerings Farm
Facebook IconApril 30, 2016 at 10:17 am

The Siberian Kale has been cut and will be at the final Winter Market at Buffalo State. This bed will be planted to cherry tomatoes for the summer shares

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Facebook IconApril 27, 2016 at 6:06 pm

The greens are up!

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Sharon Hammond Lovely little buggers!!!!

April 27, 2016 at 9:08 pm

Native Offerings Farm
Facebook IconApril 26, 2016 at 10:19 am

There was excitement in the trees. The birds were flying around making a lot of noise. It seems they did not share our pleasure in the visit from the Bald Eagle.

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Native Offerings Farm
Facebook IconApril 25, 2016 at 7:35 pm

Dry. We need rain. We used the transplanter today to water the field planted transplants. I know the rain will come. I do feel like the child looking at the clock waiting for what seems like the longest time. It will rain, but not on my schedule.

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Native Offerings Farm It rained 1/20th of an inch last night!

April 26, 2016 at 9:07 am

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Native Offerings Farm
Facebook IconApril 22, 2016 at 9:59 am

When you purchase organic vegetables indirectly you are purchasing organic seeds. The benefit is that the plants that produce the seeds are grown organically and adapted to ecological growing methods and environments.
Organic seed often costs significantly more than standard seed as you can see from the price of 5,000 kohlrabi seeds.
This is one of many reasons why it costs farmers more money to grow organically.
We are happy to pay the price. Our purchases create the world we want to live in. High Mowing is an all organic seed company and we support them.

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Native Offerings Farm
Facebook IconApril 21, 2016 at 9:51 am

Yesterday was the first day we were able to field plant. Here we are direct seeding and transplanting spinach. Rain is coming so we were anxious to plant. Today lettuce, chard and scallion transplants are going in.

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fruitDistribution from June-October

Forget about strawberries in December! Nothing is better than fresh, in season fruit. We are fortunate to have an abundance of local products to delight our senses in the summer and fall.

For those who want to eat fresh picked, in season locally grown fruit. We start our fruit share with strawberries mid-June and end with apples and pears in October. You will receive strawberries, blueberries, cherries, nectarines, apricots, plums, peaches, apples, pears and quince through our fruit share. Most of the berries are certified organic. All the other fruit is purchased from our area’s local growers who are using conventional, integrated pest management or low spray growing practices.

Sample Fruit Share

Subject to variation and availability.

Early Season: 1 pint of organic black raspberries, 2 lbs cherries

Mid season: 4lbs peaches, 2lbs. plums

Late season: 2 lbs pears, 4 lbs. apples

Fruit

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sept

Oct

Apples x x
Apricots x
Blueberries x x
Cherries x
Nectarines x
Peaches x x
Pears x x
Plums x x x
Raspberries x x
Strawberries x x

Pricing & Payment Options

For Share Pricing and Payment Options, Click Here

Registration Form for 2016-2017
Available HERE


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