Bill has written a new post at The Season he describes the pre-spring activities on the farm and explains the CSA model. Most importantly, he say’s that spring is just over the horizon. We’ll it can’t come soon enough, this winter has been harsh, wet and cold. The mention of planted pea shoots gives me hope. I look forward to a bountiful season of fresh veg from the farm. And so it’s time to sign up for the 2011 CSA.
Great news for smartphone users! We’ve created special versions of the Persephone Farm and The Season websites just for mobile phone users. If you have an iPhone, a Blackberry or an Android based smartphone and visit either site on your mobile device you’ll find that both websites have been optimized for viewing and navigating on your small screens. Why go to all this trouble? So that CSA subscribers and Bainbridge Farmers Market customers can easily find out about the latest weekly Persephone offerings, follow Bill’s “The Season” blog, and quickly access recipes for your fresh fruit and veggies.
Don’t miss, “The Season”, a blog of life through the growing season on Persephone Farm written by Bill Richards. “Our season runs from March 1, when our four apprentices arrive from around the U.S., to the final slaughter of our turkeys and lambs in Nov. Over that time, you will get to know Persephone farm through words, photos, videos and sound bites, and we will discuss issues of food economics and politics through the lens of our farm. Join us in this annual adventure.”