We are feeling pretty good about everything happening on the farm this week! CSA is off to a great start as we approach week 3! Speaking of a buzz, we want to remind you that you can pick up Dave’s GCF’s honey as well as other bee related products at our Wednesday CSA pick-up on the farm (3pm). And Glenna with Yolker’s Wild will also be there for all of your goat cheese needs.
The fields are busy as we and our volunteers are harvesting and again, seeding. The buzz in the air is contagious and we are so excited making to be making such progress. Keep sending those good vibes and we will keep growing you yummy, organic, veggies! Deal? COME SEE US AT THE MARKET
Chef Patrick lead us on a culinary adventure Wednesday at the farm. Utilizing what is in season he was able to create a beautiful menu that highlighted the CSA offerings. Thank you so much Chef Patrick for your enthusiasm and creativity. We were honored to have you join us and hope you will come out to the farm and treat us again!
Last week Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School came out to the farm to learn about local agriculture. They toured the farm and harvested some delicious green beans!
Then we got to hang out with them at their school to teach them all about pickling! Loving the farm to school connection!
Thanks for having us Mr. Moran!
This is such a beautiful time of year in Florida to be outside!Go for it, get your hands dirty! For volunteering information please contact: email@example.com
Dinner Bell Supper Club
Sunday, November 29th at 6:00-9:00PM
The last Sunday of every month
Dinner Bell Supper Club is a monthly supper limited to 20 guests in our beautiful barn. These monthly meals will highlight our local produce as well as dairy, meats and fruits produced in our amazing Florida region. Supper will be prepared by our farm manager, Christa Leonard and other guest chefs that will highlight our seasonal offerings.
We trade for local produce and are saving sliding scale seats at the table for farmers and work trade!
The supper table WELCOMES ALL
Tickets available for purchase https://www.eventjoy.com/e/dinner-bell-supper-club-3825907
firstname.lastname@example.orgGOOD TIDINGS FESTIVAL
GOOD HOLIDAY FUN FOR ALL Christmas carols, lights, Santa, hot chocolate, a warm fire, great company, joy, happiness….. We can think of many ways to enjoy the holidays. Join us at Geraldson Community Farm as we transport you into a farm winter wonderland!
Finish up your holiday shopping with local vendors, shop for your holiday dinner at our farm stand, tell Santa how good you have been all while giving thanks for the joy and company our local community brings us!
SANTA IS COMING! SANTA IS MAKING TIME IN HIS BUSY SCHEDULE TO STOP BY THE FARM FOR OUR 2ND ANNUAL GOOD TIDINGS FESTIVAL.
LOCAL BEER+LOCAL CRAFTS= THE LOCAL EVOLUTIONOfficially the SECOND FRIDAY of every month, Geraldson Community Farm and Darwin Brewing Company are collaborating to bring you an evening of everything local.Come out to meet your local farmers & artisans on October 9, 2015 from 5-9p. Enjoy freshly-prepared food, local music, and craft beer in a beautiful brewery setting.FREE // PUP FRIENDLY // FAMILY FRIENDLY
Interested in becoming a vendor? Contact email@example.com
Palma Sola Farmers Market
at Geraldson Community Farm is here! https://www.facebook.com/palmasolafarmersmarket/?fref=ts Come on out to GCF every Sunday through our growing season 11:00-3:00 for fresh local organic produce & much more! We are located just south of Robinsons Preserve & The Palma Sola Botanical Park. See you at the Market! COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE
WEEK 3 Goodness
Eggplant, Kale, Collards or Lettuce. Radishes or Turnips, Winter Squash or Watermelon, Basil, Peppers-Sweet and Hot, Greens Mix, Spring Onions, Sungold Tomatoes or Slicer Tomatoes, Bok Choy or Broccoli, Green Beans or Okra
Hey, Lea! Those are some gorgeous Watermelon Radishes!
By now, we should all feel comfy with your pick-up locations and how CSA operates. If not, let’s get there! Feel free to reach out with any questions. We are happy to have such wonderful CSA members this season! We should all be living with the cycles of the land. Eat local and organic with us!
In collaboration with our CSA program, Sugar Cubed,a pastry cafe focused on modern and innovative breads, desserts, and baked goods will have fresh bread available for purchase. Full share 1 loaf every week. Half share 1 loaf every other week.http://www.getsugarcubed.com
AND/ORGrove Ladder Farm will
have fresh pasture raised chickens and eggs available for purchase at Wednesday’s CSA pick-up station.
JUMP FOR (bok) CHOY!In our earth:Collards Carrots Broccoli Raab Okra Sungold Tomatoes Kale Sweet and Hot Peppers Watermelon Arugula
Kohlrabi Asian Greens Radishes Winter Squash Zucchini Broccoli Cabbage Heirloom Tomatoes Green Beans Eggplant Beets
Turnips Swiss Chard Bok Choy Cauliflower Fennell
Pretty Flowers LoveWe started as little seeds in our bit of Florida earth, but look at us NOW!
Get ready, Kohlrabi! I want to eat you! LETTUCE be thankful this grew in such warm Florida weather!
Broccoli for ME! …and you! 😉
These beauties (Watermelon Radish) will jazz up any dish!
Slicers are here! Hooray!
KEEP MAKING US PROUD, GUYS!
#poppysfriendjuniper Hello, everyone! We just wanted to take some time to introduce you to Poppy’s friend, Juniper. You may have seen her hanging around GCF or at the Phillippi Farmhouse Market on Wednesdays. Today is Juniper’s 2nd birthday. She is a Beagle/American Foxhound mix from Ruff World Animal Rescue in Winter Park, FL http://awos.petfinder.com/shelters/FL887.html Juniper is a little shy by nature, but just as sweet as can be once you take a little time to say hello. Poppy has had a great time showing her the ropes around the farm.
Thanks for being such a good friend, Poppy!