Week of July 8th – CSA Newsletter Week #5

I hope that you all had an enjoyable holiday weekend. It was a fairly quiet week on the farm because the students had a couple of days off while the college was closed. We kept busy though getting some transplanting done, as well as getting our hot peppers potted up into larger pots in the … Read more

Week of June 24th – CSA Newsletter Week #3

Howdy folks. If you’ve been a member of the TC3 Farm CSA for a couple of years now, you know that I have two themes that recur often throughout the growing season. The two dubious “W’s”, woodchucks and weather. Well, this week I’m going to focus on the weather because it’s been so wonderfully wet, … Read more

Week of June 17th – CSA Newsletter Week #2

Week one of the CSA season is in the books. I hope you all enjoyed your first share of the year. The beginning of the season is always so chaotic with unpredictable weather and a lack of labor at some crucial times. But the students doing their summer internship are doing a great job so … Read more

Week of November 5th – CSA Newsletter

Well, folks, we made it. Another CSA season is in the books and I can’t thank you all enough for taking this roller coaster of a farm season with us and for supporting the TC3 Farm! Many of you have been with us since year one, while others have joined along the way and for some, this is your first season being a CSA member. We’ve come a long way since that first season when it was just myself and a roto-tiller. I had minimal help that first summer, since the degree program didn’t start until that fall. There wasn’t a barn to work out of, a cooler to store veggies in, sinks to wash in or hoophouses or a greenhouse to grow veggies in year-round. I was driving all over Dryden and Cortland, relying on the help of friends who wanted to support the farm by giving us a place to start vegetable seeds, wash and store vegetables and even a little space to grow some food. Now, after completing our 5th CSA season, the farm is starting to come into its own. There’s still a ways to go but with the support of awesome members, like you all, we can get there! 

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