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Thank you, Winter Share Members! Spring is up next

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Thank you, Winter Share Members! Spring is up next
This Week's Winter Produce Share:
  • Carrots
  • Red Beets
  • Rutabaga
  • White Button Mushrooms - River Valley Ranch, Burlington, WI
  • Red Potatoes - Igl Farms, Antigo, WI
  • Frozen Colorful Bell Peppers
  • Frozen Italian Green Beans
  • Frozen Cherry Tomatoes
  • Frozen Blueberries - Mick Klug Farms, St Joseph, MI
  • Frozen Tart Cherries - Mick Klug Farms, St Joseph, MI
Register TODAY for 2023 Vegetable and Fruit Shares! Egg Shares are already sold out!
We believe in supporting our community and that eating locally is the best way to support a local food system. Your membership and support make this possible. Eating food grown from nutrient-rich soil means your food is also nutrient-dense so please become a member to receive a share of the farm. Thank you for making us your farmers! 
  • Spring Shares - Begin the week of May 1st and week of May 8th*
  • Early Summer Shares - Begin the week of June 12th and week of June 19th*
  • Late Summer Shares - Begin the week of August 21st and week of August 28th*
  • Fall Shares - Begin the week of October 16th and week of October 23rd* 
*Your exact start date depends on your pickup site. You can also review pick-up schedules on our Google Calendar.
Farm Journal

Hello from your farm!
We are sending a warm note of gratitude to our winter share members! Thank you for choosing to eat locally and support year-round growing in the midwest. 
As we spot the garlic growing in the field (first picture), we want also to send another hearty thank you to those who supported the farm by signing up for their 2023 farm shares!

We know that choosing local food might not be as convenient as the grocery store, but this choice matters to our small, sustainable family-scale Lake County business. Your choice also matters to our staff who are paid a fair, living wage and benefits. Your choice matters to an ecosystem of wildlife, soils, and water that benefits from contentious coexistence and care. 
As the daily pace is quickening, we set our alarms earlier and earlier each day and ask for help from our boys. Last week, Owen helped Jeff move huge potting soil bags into indoor spaces to thaw, while Gavin helped inventory and sort thousands of seeds.
Our field crew members will be returning to the farm in a couple of weeks, too. Besides welcoming back several crew members, we'll be joined by a few new crew members as well. They will help us fill this greenhouse with green, as well perform bed preparations in the hoophouse, and work on building projects to prepare for the sale of spring plants. 
In the meantime, Linus the cat is also getting his digging paws ready for spring, much to our dismay. We can hardly blame him. There's a lot to look forward to at this time of year!

Enjoy the flavors of the season and here's to sunny days ahead!

The Miller Family (Jeff, Jen, Owen & Gavin)
Note from the Farm Kitchen
This week's frozen produce includes a variety of washed, chopped and in some cases (i.e., Italian green beans) blanched produce. All frozen produce is packed without any additions (e.g., spices, salt, oil) so the produce can be flexible and used in a variety of dishes. 
Seasonal Recipes in the Farm Kitchen

Bell Peppers Baked with Cherry Tomatoes

Oven-Baked Rutabaga Fries

Decadent Chocolate Beet Muffins

Caramelized White Button Mushrooms

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