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Native Offerings Farm
Facebook IconAugust 19, 2014 at 11:25 am

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This weeks vegetable share includes cucumbers or pickles, zucchini or summer squash, sweet onions or scallions, carrots or beets, herbs of parsley, dill and cilantro, peppers and tomatillos. Amherst will have eggplant this week and everyone else will have green peppers. The substitution is hot peppe…

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Facebook IconAugust 12, 2014 at 12:41 pm

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This week’s share

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The vegetable share this week includes bunched red potatoes, carrots or bulk beets, green peppers, cucumbers or pickles, zucchini or summer squash, herbs (cilantro, baby dill, parsley), and sweet onion or scallions. One site to be determined will also get eggplant. The substitution is tomatillo, cel…

Sonia Efron So are the potatoes affected by the same blight as the tomatos?

August 12, 2014 at 1:35 pm

Sonia Efron This is the first year in a decade that we ARE getting a good amount of tomatos and eggplant growing in our garden. But we forgot to plant peppers!

August 12, 2014 at 1:36 pm

Native Offerings Farm
August 12, 2014 at 12:40 pm

Articles are now automatically posting. The setting on the Facebook plugin just needed a kick.

Native Offerings Farm
August 12, 2014 at 11:24 am

We are unable to post our weekly share from Wordpress for a reason I am unable to determine. Our webmaster is also unable to fix this problem. If you want to know what is in the share please visit our website. Usually the share is posted before noon on Tuesdays.
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Sonia Efron
August 5, 2014 at 1:05 pm

Can you resume posting the share here? What do we get tomorrow?

Native Offerings Farm
Facebook IconAugust 1, 2014 at 8:20 pm

The winter root crops are in! The rain waited this time. Just golden turnips left to plant. The sound of rain will be welcome.

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Christina Bolich Brown Beautiful in every way.

August 2, 2014 at 11:32 am

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Thank you for your interest in the positions available at Native Offerings Farm!

Native Offerings Farm is a 500 member and growing four season Certified Naturally Grown CSA farm 50 miles south of Buffalo in Otto, NY. We also have a 450 member fruit share and market our grass fed beef and heritage pork. We started the first CSA in Erie County in 1996. We were the Cattaraugus County Conservation Farm of the year 2008 and were the Edible Communities 2010 and 2011 Local Hero Award Winner. Stewart Ritchie is a graduate of LEAD NY Class 14. Deb Ritchie is currently participating in LEAD-NY Class 15.

If you are interested in a job, please read the descriptions of available positions, fill out an application and send it back to us. Please feel free to call or email us at employment [at] nativeofferings [dot] com with any questions.

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Drugs and Alcohol
It is unacceptable to work while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. One infraction may be cause for immediate dismissal.

Shareholder Interactions
We depend on our shareholders and farmers market customers for our livelihood. All employees must be professional, polite and helpful to all people who come to the farm and distribution
sites.

Tools and work clothes
We assign harvest knives at the beginning of the season. It is yours to take care of and return at the end of the season. We provide ear protection and dust masks where necessary. Farm workers must provide any other desired tools (pocket knives, rain gear, rain boots, hats, gloves, sturdy farm boots, etc.).

General demeanor
It is expected that all workers be prompt, appropriately dressed for work and professional in their attitude at work.

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