This week at the farm, 9/14-17/ 2016

Fall is a time of great beauty at any farm as the light begins to shift into this golden hue that makes one start to think pumpkins, soups, stews, and all things fall!

fall-sunflowers

At the farm this week, we continue to have beautiful crops for u-pick: tomatoes, peppers (hot and sweet), tomatillos, ground cherries, lettuce, spicy mustard greens, dry beans, beets (gold and red), turnips, radishes, sugar peas, and cucumbers. Our fall pumpkins and winter squash are not far behind!

We’ll also have lots of fun things for families to do once our fall festival starts in October.  Check back for listings of our different activities!  In the meantime, come harvest and enjoy the beauty of the Snoqualmie Valley.  Healing for the body and soul (soil)!

 

 

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