The transition from spring to summer usually feels a bit more subtle than it did this season. A heat wave in early June is quite a melodramatic way for summer to arrive—it felt like a trapdoor opened and here we are.

But now it definitely feels like summer on the farm, as our harvest mornings include hours picking Squash and Zucchini, and other early summer crops like Garlic Scapes and Beets. Spring crops like Broccoli, Strawberries, and some of our greens crops will have their last hurrah this week and next. Then they’re on summer vacation until the fall, but they’ll be back in September! 


We’re open for Pick Your Own every day this week from 10am – 1pm (’til 2pm on 

Thursday so you can also come to the Farmers Market & Farm Storytime–see info below).

We have hayrides out to the Strawberry patch (tickets $3), or you can walk out on the farm roads.

Up-to-the-minute PYO info—including field conditions, openings & closings, and more—is available on the pinned post on our facebook pageYou don’t need a facebook account to view our page. 

See you out in the Strawberry patch!