Week 1


Hello! Welcome to the 2019 season of the Lucky Moon Farm CSA! We're so glad you've joined us for another adventure in farming in Upstate NY. To our returning members, thank you for your support, and to our new members, thank you for giving us a try. We will do our best to get you fresh, high quality produce grown in a sustainable way, and we appreciate your subscribing to our farm as our customers for the season.

We are starting a bit early to take advantage of some excellent greens that are at peak perfection in the greenhouse. However, we will be taking next week off from harvesting vegetables in order to get some more planting done during the short spring window because the excessive rain in May delayed getting in some of the crops on the usual schedule. But then we will be starting up the CSA again the second week of June (June 11&13), which will have us back on schedule. If you have any questions about that, please feel free to ask.

In Your Bag:

Salad Mix

Spinach

Arugula

Parsely

(Chinese Cabbage- Large Shares only)

Just a reminder that while we do wash the greens and spin them dry, the occasional weed or lady bug might make it into your bags. We do our best to prevent such occurrences, and we hope you'll see it as proof of our organic growing methods if you end up with something extra in your salad mix. As always, it's a good idea to give things a quick visual inspection before consuming.

We pack things in plastic produce bags, which are reusable (by you) and recyclable (if clean and dry) at most grocery stores. *Please* remember to label your large reusable bags so we know whose are whose. This makes packing up much easier for us and helps prevent any bags being accidentally taken by another customer. Sharpie pen works great. Remember pickup is 5 to 7 on Thursday at the farm; please give us a call if you need to arrange another time. I think that's all the logistics! Thanks again, and here's hoping for a great season!

All the best,


Sarah VanNorstrand

for Lucky Moon Farm

sarahcvannorstrand@gmail.com

Crab apple tree at the farm


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