July 17th, 2023 Newsletter
Monroe Organic Farms | Community Supported Agriculture
by jacquiemonroefarmcom
1y ago
** Please do not comment or reply to this blog. The office does not receive comments on this post.** Dear Friends of the farm, This is week 6 of 18 weeks of CSA.  This week you will be receiving red potatoes, onions, slicing cucumbers, pickling cucumbers, summer squash, carrots, garlic, kale, and MUSK MELON!!!!!  Let’s go, July! Fruit Shares:  Another delicious week of cherries is headed your way.  They will be Rainier cherries, a beautiful white with a blush of pink.  Yum.     We need your help harvesting garlic on Saturday the 29th and Sunday the 30th of Ju ..read more
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July 10th, 2023 Newsletter
Monroe Organic Farms | Community Supported Agriculture
by jacquiemonroefarmcom
1y ago
****** Please do not reply or comment on this blog. The office doesn’t see comments or replies. **** Dear Friends of the Farm, This is week 5 of 18 weeks of the Summer CSA. What’s in your share this week? Purple kohlrabi, broccoli, Yukon Gold potatoes, onions, slicing cucumbers, pickling cucumber, summer squash, red beets, garlic, and lettuce. Musk melon update: We are expecting musk melon to arrive in your shares next week! Melons are such a delight for us to grow and we are ready for them to get here already. Can you relate?! When melons arrive, we know we’re finally headed into the thick of ..read more
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July 3rd Newsletter
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by jacquiemonroefarmcom
1y ago
** Please do not reply or comment on this blog post. The office cannot see any comments left on the blog. ** Dear Friends of the farm, This is week 4 of 18 weeks of CSA.  Plants are starting to ramp up production, field tomatoes are bushing out, and it’s finally starting to feel like summer around here.  This week you will be receiving onions, garlic, green kohlrabi, Yukon Gold potatoes, summer squash, snow peas, pickling and slicing cucumbers and red Romaine lettuce.  Onions and potatoes have finally arrived, and we were very ready for them around here. We love the red Romaine ..read more
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June 26th, 2023
Monroe Organic Farms | Community Supported Agriculture
by jacquiemonroefarmcom
1y ago
** Please do not reply or comment on this post. The office does not receive comments or questions from the blog. Please reach out to jacquie@monroefarm.com ** Dear Farm Friends,     Welcome to the third week of CSA!  This week, you will be receiving sugar snap peas, rainbow chard, garlic, garlic scapes, summer squash, pickling cucumbers, Hakurei turnips, and fennel.  You can eat both the bulb and the fronds or greens of fennel.  The fronds can be used in salads such as coleslaw or potato salad to give it a kick.  You can also dry them and use them as a pot h ..read more
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June 19th, 2023 Newsletter
Monroe Organic Farms | Community Supported Agriculture
by jacquiemonroefarmcom
1y ago
Dear Farm Friends,  Our first week was fresh and delicious but this week is even better!  What’s in your bag this week?  Garlic, garlic scapes, squash, (either zucchini, round zucchini, or yellow squash), sugar snap peas, Hakurei turnips, and green butter head lettuce.  The scapes are the tops of the garlic that if allowed would become a flower.  When we remove them from the still-growing garlic plants the garlic bulbs get larger.  It’s a win-win harvesting them.  They’re so delicious and removing them helps our garlic get big! Garlic scapes are a fleeting fa ..read more
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First week of Distribution
Monroe Organic Farms | Community Supported Agriculture
by jacquiemonroefarmcom
1y ago
First week of distribution Posted on June 15, 2023 by jacquiemonroefarmcom | Leave a comment **Please don’t respond to this blog. We do not receive comments or questions from this page. ** Direct any questions or comments to the office. 970-284-7941 Hello to all of you Farm Friends! Welcome to the first week of distribution! We hope you all are doing well and are surviving these rainy days! A few reminders for all of you: We know your bag is not full, but remember it is just the beginning. Every week we should be bringing you more and more produce! If there i ..read more
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First week of distribution
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by jacquiemonroefarmcom
1y ago
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Newsletter – June 12, 2023
Monroe Organic Farms | Community Supported Agriculture
by Gretchen
1y ago
NOTE: This blog is posted by a volunteer. No one from the farm checks or responds to messages here. You must contact the farm directly with any questions, comments, etc. Please also note that it is not possible to only receive summer share newsletters. Dear Friends of the Farm, Welcome to our first week of CSA distribution! Although we have been dealing with a ton of weather this spring, the farm is finally starting to look like it’s June. We have been talking about how important listening to our instincts has been in decision making this year. When to plant and when to water has been so much ..read more
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May 2023 Newsletter
Monroe Organic Farms | Community Supported Agriculture
by jacquiemonroefarmcom
1y ago
Happy May! We hope everyone is doing well! Please do not reply to this blog or comment on it. We do not have a way to check these. If you have any questions or comments, please contact the office at 970-284-7941 or email jacquie@monroefarmcom. Linda will reply back to you. This is the only email we have for the office.     We are very excited for this new year and all the delicious food to come. Thank you for being a part of our farm.  We look forward to being your farmers. It’s so thrilling to arrive at the beginning of a new growing season!  We are one month awa ..read more
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Newsletter – April 19, 2023
Monroe Organic Farms | Community Supported Agriculture
by Gretchen
1y ago
NOTE: This blog is posted by a volunteer. No one from the farm checks or responds to messages here. You must contact the farm directly with any questions, comments, etc. Please also note that it is not possible to only receive summer share newsletters. Dear Farm Friends, Happy April!  If you have not already done so, you may want to join the farm right now.  We are filling at a rate that could have us filled up sooner than later.  The farm is now in full swing.  We are starting so many seeds.  All of our employees are working full days.  ..read more
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