I keep forgetting to add these CSA pictures to the website. So, I’ve got two weeks to tell you about. Week 3 – May 26, 2015 Chinese Cabbage Dinosaur Kale (aka Lacinato or Black Kale) Red Russian Kale Hakurei Salad Turnips Green Onions Sweet Potatoes – 2lbs Snap Peas Week 4 – June 2, 2015 Bok Choy – 2 heads Greens Mix – 3 types of kale & swiss chard Green Onions Hakurei Salad Turnips Radishes Snap Peas – 1 1/2 lbs Snow Peas – 3/4 lb Broccoli Florets – a small amount Cauliflower – 1-2 heads depending on sizeRead More →

This is the second week of our CSA or community supported agriculture program.  We can’t wait to see what the rest of this season has in store.  Rain would be nice though. 🙂 Okay, without further ado.  Here’s our week 2 CSA share!Read More →

We still have plenty of space available for our 2015 Spring CSA.  We are hoping to have our first pick up on April 7, 2015.  We will see if the weather cooperates with us. Our CSA program is unlike most CSAs.  With most CSAs, the customer has to pay the whole amount at the beginning of the year so that the farmer will have money to buy seeds and other needed supplies. Our CSA members pay $20 each week when they pick up their bag of fresh vegetables. Click here to sign up for just the first week or for the entire season! You can learn more about our CSARead More →

Our CSA Program is full for the 2010 season. Visit localharvest.org for a list of other CSA’s in our area. Thanks Your farmers Todd and Marnita CausbyRead More →

This summer has been so trying on our faith.  I say this because like you, we had hoped and prayed for an abundance of vegetables to feed our CSA members and ourselves.  But that didn’t come.  Or at least with the summer vegetables it didn’t.  And, we’ve been reminded these past few weeks that just because we are praying for an abundance doesn’t mean God will grant that to us.  He supplies us with what we need, Not what we want.  That is so hard to cope with sometimes.  Also, in times like this, He draws us near to strengthen us in our faith.  GodRead More →

I had hoped to get this newsletter out last Friday morning, but that of course didn’t happen.  I quickly realized that I wasn’t going to be able to finish the newsletter and harvest everything for the CSA.  Well, I just want to let all of the members know that this isn’t going to happen again, hopefully.  From now on I will have the newsletter completed and sent to your inbox by Thursday evening.  I was at the Tailgate Market Saturday and my wife was at the Belmont Fresh Market.  We had a few radishes and fresh free ranged eggs to sell at the Belmont FreshRead More →

CSA Starts soon but………. Later than expected!! Our first CSA pick up date has been pushed back one more week to May 9, 2009. This past week has been crazy on the farm.  We finally received the break we needed to get things planted.  It has been very hard this year to follow my planting schedule due to the wet weather.  I missed many of my planting dates.  Now that the weather has stabilized a bit, I have been able to finally get things back on schedule as much as possible.  I do still worry that because of the wet early spring and not beingRead More →

Our 2009 CSA program is now full.  We want to thank everyone for supporting our farm this year.  We truly believe in local food and farming the way nature intended.  We will begin sending newsletters to all of our CSA members in the coming weeks.  We look forward to farming for you this upcoming season. If you would like to be added to our waiting list, please email us your name, phone number, and what type of share you are interested in to todd@shadycreekfarmandnursery.com.Read More →

We are now also accepting half shares into our 2009 CSA program as I mentioned on the previous post.  I did leave out a few details.  The cost per half share is $225 plus $50 deposit.  That is half the cost of a full share and half of the deposit.  If you have any questions regarding this, please don’t hesitate to call or email us.  I have not updated the application as of yet.  I will be updating it shortly.  If you would like to buy a half share, please just write it on the application if it isn’t updated at that time.Read More →

We have now updated our website for you to be able to subscribe to our newsletter. We will hopefully be sending a newsletter out once a month. Once the CSA gets started, we’ll be sending a newsletter out once a week. The monthly newsletter will contain farm news and updates. The weekly newsletter which coincides with the start of the CSA will contain CSA share items, recipes, markets we’ll be attending, and produce that will be available.Read More →