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Relating to the seasons and how they affect food availability and quality, growing conditions for community supported agriculture (CSA) farmers, locality; also covers seasonal traditions and food rituals celebrated in the spring, summer, winter, and fall

A Winter Farm Interlude—with Spinach

A Winter Farm Interlude—with Spinach

Happy Spring, and welcome to the start of our blog for 2020! Like many farmers across the country, we're excited to begin the new season. And with it comes new posts, recipes, and ideas for enjoying the best of what's to come, or even what's here now. To start us off...

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The Great Pumpkin

The Great Pumpkin

In the United States, millions of pumpkins are carved every autumn into fanciful jack-o’-lanterns, their flesh baked to make pumpkin pie, and their seeds roasted as a seasonal snack. Post-Halloweeners that didn’t sell get sent to feed livestock. In Europe, Latin...

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