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Posted 10/19/2015 2:40pm by John and Aimee Good.





FARM NEWS: Well Jack Frost visited the farm last night. The fields were covered in an intricate web of lacy ice this morning. It was truly beautiful, sparkling in the morning light. This does mean the end of those sweet cherry tomatoes - we were quite lucky to have them for so long! All the hardy roots and greens should be fine. We will see later today as the plants thaw out. 

Many of you have asked about the winter squash. Most seasons, we have distributed the early winter squash, Delicata and Sunshine, by now. However, this season the winter squash suffered. A bacterial wilt as well as mildew diseases arrived early this summer, while the squash plants were still flowering and beginning to form fruits. The diseases caused great damage to the plants and we lost many fruits. Most years these diseases come later in the season, and begin to kill the plants after the squash is mature, so it does not affect the yields. Nevertheless, we do have some butternut squashes that survived and we will be distributing them the last week of CSA pickup. We are disappointed that we will not be able to provide a bounty of winter squash this season. However, this is the nature of farming. It is a rare season indeed where every crop is excellent (never!), and we have been blessed with quite a bounty of vegetables from the farm throughout this season. Thank you for sharing the harvest this year!

CSA Share Renewal:

Now is a great time to renew your share for next season, so you do not miss out on another great harvest of vegetables from Quiet Creek Farm, located at The Rodale Institute. All current members have the first opportunity to reserve a share for the 2016 season, and spots are held until the end of 2015. It is very easy to renew. Read how below.

In 2015, almost 75% of members from 2015 chose to pay by check or cash. So, in order to streamline our book-keeping, we will no longer be accepting online credit card payments for CSA shares, and members will not be signing up online. 

To renew your share for next season, please complete the membership form and return the first page along with $100 deposit or payment in full. Keep the second page for your records.  If including deposit only, please submit post-dated checks for payment plans along with the membership form. Alternate methods of payment, through mailed payments or payments scheduled through member's online banking, will also be accepted. All payment plans are fully outlined on the membership form.

Any questions, please let us know!

 

STOCK-UP OPPORTUNITIES:

Wild for Salmon will be at the farm this week. Pre-orders must be picked up this week. Even if you did not order, you may still make purchases on the stock-up days this week. I will send another email will have all the information you need.

 

BULK ORGANIC POTATO STOCK-UP

10 lb bag = $10

25 lb bag = $20

50 lb bag = $40

Please reply to this email with your name, pickup day, and amount desired to place an order, or inquire in the barn. Orders will be taken now through the end of the month.

ORGANIC APPLE CIDER from RODALE INSTITUTE: We will now have apple cider available in the barn during CSA pickup, hopefully for a few weeks, while there are still apples on the trees to be pressed! No pre-orders are necessary. Half gallons are $5, and gallons are $9.

 

THE HARVEST

Broccoli

Carrots

Garlic

Onions

Peppers

Potatoes

Leeks

Possibly spinach &/or salad mix

 

Coming soon: Winter squash

UPICK: Goodbye Upick garden - see you next year!

RECIPES

* With broccoli heads as large as a dinner plate, our cups are overflowing. If you want to put up some broccoli for the winter, here are 2 ways to Freeze Broccoli:

As Florets: Cut broccoli stalks into florets. Steam florets in colander for about 2-3 minutes(or blanch in boiling water 1 minute) , just until broccoli begins to turn bright green. Immediately dip into ice water bath to cool. Dry on towel and pack into pint-sized freezer bags or containers, squeezing out excess air.

As Soup: Make your favorite Cream of Broccoli Soup Recipe, minus the cream. Freeze in pint or quart containers, labeling with recipe and date. For recipe ideas see: Green Monster Soup (Broccoli and Cheese Soup) or Cream of Broccoli soup.

* Here is a link for a Harvest Cake, which sounds delicious, with a cinnamon-apple cider icing. It incorporates grated apple, carrot, parsnip, and zucchini. I imagine you could sub. for some of the veg. as long as you equal the total amount. Thanks to CSA member Dorothy Siravo for contributing!


Your farmers,

John and Aimee Good

Quiet Creek Farm

Posted 10/14/2015 6:45am by John and Aimee Good.

Daily Loaf Stock up Sale at Quiet Creek Farm

Stock up on extra breads and baked goods for the winter season. When
ordering please specify your preference to sliced or unsliced loaves.

I am also collecting emails from those interested in either my weekly
order group or holiday order group with a pick-up location in Kuztown.
I offer a variety of baked goods both weekly and for special holiday
orders. Please email me at Dailyloaf26@gmail.com with your interest in
either and you will be added to my email group.

Regular Breads $6
* Country French
* Spelt Wheat

Specialty Breads $7
* Onion Rye
* Seeded Spelt Wheat

For bulk orders: If you purchase 4 or more save $1 a loaf.

Pasties
Pasties are a savory handheld pie. These freeze and reheat well and
makes for an easy and filling meal.
All pasties will be unbaked and pre-frozen. To prepare, bake from
frozen in a preheated oven at 350 degrees for roughly 45-60 minutes
until heated through and golden brown.

$5 each
4 for $18
6 for $24
12 for $45

* Cornish: Local grass-fed beef from Ledamete Grass Farm, local
organic carrots, onion and  potatoes.

* Greens and Cheese:  A mix of local organic greens ( kale, chard or
spinach) ricotta, garlic, onion and cheddar




Your farmers,

 

John and Aimee Good

Quiet Creek Farm

Posted 10/14/2015 6:41am by John and Aimee Good.

Hello Quiet Creek CSA Members,
 
Wild for Salmon will be back again for the annual  
Stock Up days at Quiet Creek Farm

 
Tuesday, October, 20th &
Friday, October 23rd
 
Pre Orders Due by: October 15th 
 
 
Pick up will run from 1pm-7pm both days 
at the Quiet Creek CSA pickup barn!
 
 
 
Sockeye Salmon Whole Fillet - $13.95/lb
 
 
If you are interested in salmon or other seafood for your freezer, please review the information below. You will find additional products and pricing information on our website.
 
 
Please email pre orders to info@wildforsalmon.com
with Quiet Creek listed in the subject line. Please include name, 
phone number and which day you are picking up.
email or call us with any questions: 
570-387-0550

Payments will be made to Wild For Salmon at pickup 
Cash, Checks, and Credit Cards Accepted

Pre-orders are not necessary, but helpful
 
Pricelist 2015
 
Sockeye Salmon Products
Whole Fillet ........................................ $13.95/lb
Fillet Portions .................................... $14.45/lb
Feta Dill Burger .................................. $7.75/pk
Spicy Salmon Burger ......................... $7.75/pk
Garden Style Salmon Burger .......... $7.75/pk
Plain Salmon Burger .......................... $6.75/pk
Salmon Steaks ....................................$10.95/lb
Canned Salmon.................................$4.50/can
 
Nova Style Smoked Salmon .........$12.95/half lb
Hickory Smoked Salmon  ............. $12.95/half lb
Dill & Orange Gravlax (1/4 lb)............... $8.75/pk
Smoked Salmon Spread (8oz)............. $10.00/ea
Cajun Smoked Salmon Dip (8oz).......... $9.00/ea
Smoked Salmon Ravioli(16oz) ............$15.95/pk
Captains Blend Ravioli (13oz)..............$14.95/pk
Whole Salmon ..........................................$9.95/lb
 
Additional Wild Seafood Products we will have at pick up
King Salmon Portions ............ $23.45/lb
Coho Salmon Portions ........... $15.45/lb
Halibut Portions ...................... $25.50/lb

Pacific Cod ............................. $11.00/lb
20/30 Scallops ................. $26.00/1.2lb
26/30 Gulf Shrimp .................. $15.00/lb

 
ANY PRODUCTS NOT LISTED ABOVE MUST BE PRE ORDERED
 
 
New Sockeye Salmon Products For 2015
Canned Sockeye Salmon ..................... $4.50/ea

Our customers are no strangers to the versatility and superior flavor of Canned Salmon, but now you can get our own catch in convenient canned form. Sockeye flavor and sustainability, ready anytime!
 
Skin On, Bone In in 7.5oz Cans

Captains Blend Smoked Ravioli ....... $14.95/pk

A super smoked, creamy collaboration with our friends at Vera Pasta! Smooth rich filling combined with a soft, doughy exterior. Enjoyed sauteed or with a light sauce of your choice.


Sold Frozen in 13oz Packages
Also New at Wild For Salmon: Louisiana Gulf Shrimp, Oregon Albacore Tuna, 
Maine Lobster Tail, King Salmon Steaks, Whole King Salmon & Dutch Harbor Octopus.


Order 20lb or More and Receive our BULK discount
Orders over 20lbs receive a 6.75% discount
Mix and Match ANY Products
Please Pre Order If You Are Ordering Over 20lb
 
 
 
 
HELPFUL ORDERING INFO 
Sockeye Salmon Portions available in 10 lbs cases. (approx 24 to 26 portions in a case) 
Sockeye Salmon Fillets available in a 20 lbs case (approx 12-14 whole fillets in a case) 
All Salmon Burgers are available in cases of 10 or 20 packs (2 burgers per pack)


 
SAMPLE ORDER 
 
Quiet Creek CSA - Jenn Kurian 
Tues/Fri Pick Up
 (PLEASE indicate which day)
570-387-0550
 (PLEASE include phone number)
 
Sockeye Salmon Portions
10lb
Feta Dill Burgers 6 packs
Hickory Smoked Salmon 2lb
Halibut Portions 3lb
Whole King Salmon 5lb
Smoked Salmon Spread 1
 
 
 
We look forward to providing you with the best Alaska has to offer!
 
Thank you for supporting the fisherman!
 
The Wild For Salmon Crew
 
Wild For Salmon, Inc.
521 Montour Blvd
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
570-387-0550




Your farmers,

 

John and Aimee Good

Quiet Creek Farm

Posted 10/12/2015 9:14am by John and Aimee Good.





FARM NEWS:
Chilly nights are in the forecast, and we expect the first frost of the season soon. The first frost is often light, but the first heavy frost, a "killing frost" will bring the end to the last of the summer crops, peppers, flowers, tomatoes, etc. The cool-loving crops, such as broccoli, spinach, cabbages, kale, etc. are not affected by the frosts, and the root vegetables are actually sweetened by the frost. We will enjoy 3 more weeks of fall vegetables!

As we near the end of CSA pickups, it is a good time to reflect back on the season. The farm has been quite productive this year, and we have enjoyed a bounty of many delicious crops. In the spring, greens, broccoli and berries were abundant. Summer's bounty included lots of tomatoes, cucumbers, and melons. We were so excited to have a great tomato year! For fall crops, the potatoes have had amazing yields, breaking all previous farm records. Also, the broccoli, greens, sweet potatoes, and other roots have been wonderful and plentiful. We are truly grateful for the harvest provided by the farm this year and hope you are too! 

CSA Share Renewal:

Now is a great time to renew your share for next season, so you do not miss out on another great harvest! All current members have the first opportunity to reserve a share for the 2016 season, and spots are held until the end of 2015. It is very easy to renew. Read how below.

In 2015, almost 75% of members from 2015 chose to pay by check or cash. So, in order to streamline our book-keeping, we will no longer be accepting online credit card payments for CSA shares, and members will not be signing up online. 

To renew your share for next season, please complete the membership form and return the first page along with $100 deposit or payment in full. Keep the second page for your records.  If including deposit only, please submit post-dated checks for payment plans along with the membership form. Alternate methods of payment, through mailed payments or payments scheduled through member's online banking, will also be accepted. All payment plans are fully outlined on the membership form.

Any questions, please let us know!

 

STOCK-UP OPPORTUNITIES:

Ordering deadline for Quiet Creek Farm's annual stock-up sale is extended to Friday October 16th. Orders can be emailed or brought to the farm this week.

Deadline to order from Wild for Salmon and Switchback Pizza Company is Thursday October 15th! Ledamete Grass Farm is accepting stock-up orders until October 22nd, and holiday turkey reservations as well.  Reminders for these sales will be sent later this week!

 

BULK ORGANIC POTATO STOCK-UP

10 lb bag = $10

25 lb bag = $20

50 lb bag = $40

Please reply to this email with your name, pickup day, and amount desired to place an order, or inquire in the barn. Orders will be taken now through the end of the month.

ORGANIC APPLE CIDER from RODALE INSTITUTE: We will now have apple cider available in the barn during CSA pickup, hopefully for a few weeks, while there are still apples on the trees to be pressed! No pre-orders are necessary. Half gallons are $5, and gallons are $9.

 

THE HARVEST

Broccoli

Cabbage

Carrots

Garlic

Onions

Peppers

Potatoes

Salad Mix

Spinach

Sweet Potatoes

CHOICE: Beets, Green Tomatoes, Red tomatoes

Coming soon: Celeriac, Winter squash, Leeks

UPICK: Pick what you can find: Cherry & grape tomatoes, hot peppers, flowers, herbs.

RECIPES

How to Braise Greens offers a general method of cooking any leafy green, that is simple, nutritious and delicious. 

Cabbage is again in the share this week, and we hope to have it one more week. So, if you want to try your hand at making home-made sauerkraut, there is a simple recipe to make a small batch, 1-2 quart jars, in your kitchen. Simply type "sauerkraut" into our Recipe search engine, to view recipes for both traditional and Korean sauerkraut (also called Kimchi).



Your farmers,

John and Aimee Good

Quiet Creek Farm

Posted 10/7/2015 9:26am by John and Aimee Good.


Switchback Pizza Company is taking orders now for an annual stock-up sale of their delicious, frozen, wood-fired pizzas. For more information and to place an order, please click on the link below.
Switchback Pizza Wood-fired Frozen Pizza Sale

Your farmers,

 

John and Aimee Good

Quiet Creek Farm

Posted 10/7/2015 9:23am by John and Aimee Good.

Ledamete Grass Stocking Up Sale at Quiet Creek Farm Order Online Today!
Ledamete Grass Farm will be delivering Stocking Up Orders to Quiet Creek Farm for pick up on Tues. Oct. 27th and Fri. Oct 30th! 


Order Your Pastured Meats Today- Deadline Midnight Oct. 22nd!

  • Pasture & Forest Raised Pork- Bacon, Pork Chops, Specialty Sausages, Roasts, Ribs, Pan Haus & More!
  • Pastured Chicken- Whole Chickens, Half Chickens, Boneless Breasts, Thighs, Drumsticks, Broth & More! 
  • 100% Grassfed Beef- Ground Beef, Short Ribs, Shin Meat, Filet, Roasts & More!
PRE-ORDERS  ONLY!
Ledamete Grass Farm will be delivering pre-orders of their locally and sustainably raised pastured meats to Quiet Creek Farm for a Stocking Up Sale. To learn more about our farming practices, read below and visit our website. To order visit our e-commerce site here. 
Ledamete Grass Farm Pasture & Forest-Raised Pork
We raise Tamworth cross heritage breed pigs, as they thrive in the forest and field and are known for their excellent flavor. In addition to forage, our pigs are fed local grain raised with organic methods, organic veggie compost, and grass-fed raw dairy products. 
Ledamete Grass Farm Pastured Poultry
Our chickens and turkeys are raised on pasture with constant access to fresh bugs, herbs and grasses. In addition to the forage they find, we provide our birds with grain, grown and milled fresh by a local farmer who utilizes organic methods. The birds' access to fresh air, exercise, sunshine, green grass and bugs creates very delicious and nutritious meat!
Ledamete Grass Farm 100% Grassfed Beef
We raise Rotakawa Devon/Jersey Cross beef as they do very well on 100% grass. This meat is nutrient dense and delicious!
Know Your Farmer- Don't Buy Food From Strangers!

The Fix Family
 
Ledamete Grass Farm
5471 Sell Rd.
Schnecksville, PA 18078
ledametegrassfarm.com
ledametegrass@gmail.com
610-767-4984
Copyright © *2015* *Ledamete Grass Farm*, All rights reserved.





Posted 10/5/2015 2:49pm by John and Aimee Good.

Every year we give our members a chance to "stock up" on the wonderful foods from our local suppliers including grass-fed beef, local honey, and natural dairy products. In my experience the storage quality of these items is as follows: beef will keep frozen for several months, yogurts will keep for up to a month in the fridge, fresh cheeses such as mozzarella, ricotta, and spreads will keep frozen for several months, vac-sealed hard cheeses from Hillacres Pride will keep for several months in the fridge; these cheeses are aged at least 6 months prior to being packaged and sold.

To place an order, please click on the link for the 2015 QC Farm Stock Up Sale.

Fill it out and return by email or to the barn by Tuesday October 13th. Orders will be available for pickup the last week of CSA, Tues. Oct. 27 and Fri. Oct. 30. Payment is due at pickup.

Orders for other foods, such as pizza and salmon, must be submitted directly to the producers. Thanks!

 

Your farmers,

 

John and Aimee Good

Quiet Creek Farm

Posted 10/5/2015 10:46am by John and Aimee Good.





FARM NEWS: October is the final month of the CSA harvest season. Pickup will continue through the end of October, ending Friday October 30th. As the season draws to a close, there will be opportunities to stock up on many items. Bulk amounts of certain farm veggies (those that produced a bumper crop) will be distributed the final 2 weeks of the share.

In addition this year, we are offering bulk quantities of storage potatoes, the large baking potatoes in the share last week, for sale to members, at reduced wholesale prices, over the next weeks. This variety, Lehigh potato, named for our own potato-growing region in northern Lehigh county, will store will until April, if kept in a cool, dark,and dry location.

BULK ORGANIC POTATO STOCK-UP

10 lb bag = $10

25 lb bag = $20

50 lb bag = $40

Please reply to this email with your name, pickup day, and amount desired to place an order, or inquire in the barn. Orders will be taken now through the end of the month.

 

STOCK-UP OPPORTUNITIES:

Quiet Creek Farm has an annual stock-up sale, where members can stock up on their favorites from the barn store and shares. An order form for the dairy products and grass-fed beef will be available shortly.

Watch your inbox for information from Wild for Salmon, Ledamete Grass Farm, and Switchback Pizza Company, for the chance to stock up on wild Alaskan salmon, pastured meats, and wood-fired pizzas! Also, Ledamete Grass is now taking holiday turkey reservations. 

 

ORGANIC APPLE CIDER from RODALE INSTITUTE: Apple cider orders from last and 2 weeks ago, which were unfilled, are ready for pickup tomorrow, Tuesday October 6th. Payment is due at pickup. $5 for half gallons, $9 for gallons.

 

Frozen Bread Sale: Buy one fresh loaf, get one frozen loaf at half price! Inquire in the barn.

 

THE HARVEST

Bok Choy

Broccoli

Cabbage

Carrots

Garlic

Onions

Potatoes

Salad Mix

Spinach

Tomatoes

Sweet Turnips (Pictured right. Great sliced in salad, sauteed w/greens, or roasted. Search our recipe page for ideas.)

CHOICE: Beets, Eggplant, Green Tomatoes, Peppers, Radish

Coming soon: Sweet potatoes, Winter squash

UPICK: The garden is on its way out. Pick what you can find: Cherry & grape tomatoes, hot peppers, flowers, herbs.

RECIPES

Green tomato mango salsa

Garlic Parmesan Roasted Broccoli

Cheesy Broccoli Orzo

Parmesan Hasselback Baked Potatoes

 

Your farmers,

John and Aimee Good

Quiet Creek Farm

Posted 9/28/2015 10:34am by John and Aimee Good.





FARM NEWS: Autumn is the traditional harvest season, accompanied by the big beautiful harvest moon. This is the time for storing up the fruits and roots of the harvest to feed us through the long, cold winter. I have heard from many of you, that you have frozen or canned tomatoes, made tomato sauce, frozen green beans or greens, made pickles, etc. and that is great! What a treat to enjoy the taste of summer in the middle of winter.

Certain vegetables are ready-made for storage, and keeping these through the winter months could not be easier. Potatoes, onions, and garlic are great winter-keepers, and store best in a cool, dark, and dry location. They do not need to be refrigerated.

The farm has produced a bumper crop of potatoes this year, as you may have noticed. And there are even more to come as we continue through October! Even if you are not eating all your potatoes each week, you can simply store them in a cool, dark, dry location and eat them long after the CSA pickups have ended.  In olden days, everyone had a root cellar to keep their harvest fresh through the winter. Since most of us no longer have root cellars, we need to be creative. Possible locations in a regular house include: pantry closet, an unheated basement, under-stairs closet, attached garage. You have to be careful if storing in a garage when the temps get below freezing. Others have recommended storing in an insulated cooler, next to interior wall (heated space), in unheated garage.

So find a storage spot and stock up on those potatoes! They will be great for Thanksgiving dinner and beyond!

 

ORGANIC APPLE CIDER from RODALE INSTITUTE: Apple cider orders are being taken again this week, for delivery the following week. We did not receive enough cider to fill all our orders from last week. We are short on the half gallons. Any unfilled orders will have priority for the next pressing, and will be delivered Friday and next Tuesday.

Payment is due at pickup for all cider. $5 for half gallons, $9 for gallons.

 

THE HARVEST

Bok Choy

Cabbage

Carrots

Garlic

Kale

Salad Mix

Spinach &/or Asian spinach

Onions

Potatoes (potatoes spilling out of the potato digger shown left)

CHOICE: Beets, Eggplant, Tomatoes, Peppers, Broccoli

 

Coming soon: more Broccoli, Turnips, Sweet potatoes

 

UPICK: Cherry & grape tomatoes, hot peppers, flowers, herbs.

 

RECIPES

Cabbage Vegetable Pad Thai - This dish has all the wonderful flavors of pad thai, but without the noodles. The cabbage replaces the noodles, so it is very light and delicious.

Stove top Potato Kale Saute - I love one-skillet meals. This one fits the bill for breakfast or supper with sunny-side up eggs added at the end!

2 great bok choy recipes:

Spicy Roasted Bok Choy - roasting bok choy is quite tasty, and very different from a saute. The spice can be omitted and it is still quite good.

Bok Choy Saute - I love bok choy for its combination of juicy sweet stems and tender dark greens. Try this simple saute for an easy meal.

 

 

Your farmers,

 

John and Aimee Good

Quiet Creek Farm

Posted 9/21/2015 10:50am by John and Aimee Good.





FARM NEWS & REMINDERS

CLOSING TIME: The CSA barn closes at 7 pm. Please be sure to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to closing to allow time to pick up your vegetables. Thank you.

PRODUCE CHOOSING & HANDLING: As a member of the farm, you are a part of the CSA community of Quiet Creek Farm. All members choose vegetables from the same bins on pick-up days. When choosing your vegetables, it is important to be gentle to avoid bruising and nicking the produce in the bin which another member will take home. Members should take vegetables from the top of a full bin, and refrain from digging down into a bin, as that will damage the produce. If the bin is not full and you need more produce to choose from, please ask one of our barn workers, including me, Heidi, Kay, and the farm crew for help. THANK YOU for sharing the harvest from the farm with all the members!

CSA SEASON: The CSA pickup season will continue through the last week of October: 6 more weeks of pickups, including this week. We have plenty of roots and greens in store for you these weeks, as well as the last of the summer veggies, while they hold out. 

ORGANIC APPLE CIDER from RODALE INSTITUTE: Apple cider orders will be taken on Tuesday, September 22nd. Apple cider can be picked up on Friday September 25th and Tuesday September 29th! Payment is due at pickup. $5 for half gallons, $9 for gallons.

***FROZEN BREAD SALE still on!

Sliced, frozen bread from The Daily Loaf is now available for purchase at the barn. This bread retains its great flavor and texture even after freezing, and because it is sliced, it is easy to just pull out what you need and thaw in the toaster, for a fresh tasty slice. SPECIAL SALE - Buy one fresh loaf and get one or more frozen loaves at half price! Now is a great time to put some away in the freezer!

 

THE HARVEST

Broccoli

Carrots

Kale

Salad Mix

Asian greens

Yellow Onions (pictured left, drying in the greenhouse)

Garlic

Potatoes

Sweet Peppers

CHOICE: Beets, Squash & Zucchini, Eggplant, Radishes

 

Coming soon: Cabbage, Bok Choy, Turnips

 

UPICK: Cherry & grape tomatoes, paste/plum tomatoes, hot peppers, flowers, herbs.

 

RECIPES

Baked Jalapeno Poppers: The Upick garden is bursting with hot peppers right now. Enjoy making these tasty treats with the abundance of jalapenos!

Lemon-butter Broccoli pasta: I made this dish last night, using a lot of the ingredients in the share. I love the combination of butter and lemon juice with broccoli. It was a big hit, and so easy!

Looking for something different to do with broccoli? Check out these two recipe ideas . . . 

Indian Broccoli Dal Curry

Broccoli and Apple Salad

 

 

Your farmers,

 

John and Aimee Good

Quiet Creek Farm

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The Good Farm is a certified organic farm raising vegetables, berries, flowers, and herbs for a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and farmer's market. Farmers John and Aimee Good specialize in providing the best quality and most flavorful varieties of the vegetables you love to eat- the staples! We have happy members - over 70% return every year!

 

Many customers say they eat healthier, feel better, learn to cook new things, save money, and even lose weight by joining the farm. We are all connected to farming, as we are all eaters. Experience seasonal eating. Support a type of farm that you can believe in; the kind you imagined as a child; where people pick the produce by hand, the soils are thriving, and the fields are full of life. Become a CSA member or visit The Good Farm at the Trexlertown Farmer's Market. Because "it's all GOOD!"

 

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