TC3 Farm CSA Newsletter – Week of 10/12/15

Howdy Folks! Well, here we are, the middle of October and the sun is still shining and we keep plugging away. End of season projects are continuing and the farm stand is still going strong. We hope to make it to the end of October with the farm stand but we will have to wait … Read more

TC3 Farm CSA Newsletter – Week of 10/5/15

Howdy folks, Well that was a pretty intense week of weather we had last week. I think we ended up with over 3 inches of rain and our first sub-40 degree night. In between the chilly temps and wet weather, we had a busy and fulfilling week on the farm. But before I get to … Read more

TC3 Farm CSA Newsletter – Week of 9/28/15

Howdy folks, Well, we had another stellar week of weather capped off with an amazing super/blood moon lunar eclipse, or whatever the kids are calling it these days. It was a pretty awesome thing to see unfold and I wish I was able to grab a picture or two, but the Iphone has its limits. What … Read more

TC3 Farm CSA Newsletter – Week of 9/21/15

Howdy folks, I hope that you all are well and are enjoying the wonderful weather that we are having. As we progress towards the end of the farm season, I’m going to focus on all the positives about the weather because in the grand scheme of things it’s been a pretty decent season weather wise. … Read more

TC3 Farm CSA Newsletter – Week of 9/14/15

Howdy folks! Well, it looks like my complaining about the lack of rain worked! After about 6 weeks of no rain, we finally got some precipitation. Hip hip hooray!! According to our rain gauge, the total was just under 1/2 inch. Definitely not a substantial amount but it was a nice slow steady rain, which … Read more

TC3 Farm CSA Newsletter – Week of 9/7/15

Howdy folks, I hope that everyone had a great week. It was a busy one at the farm. The new crop of Sustainable Farming and Food Systems students have jumped right into the thick of things and are working their tails off. And boy, has the weather been on the warm side. No, I’m not … Read more