Yes! Finally Right! A little later of an opening date than planned but we're open for business starting Saturday June 31st.
As well as our produce we'll be selling goods from other local
producers including local meats, honey, maple syrup, jams. When we
can't supply some favorites like corn, tomatoes and melons we'll be
getting them in from a little further afield.
Visit our Farm Store page for more details on what's in season at EverGood Farm.
Saturday 10-4pm Wednesday 2-6pm Friday 2-6pm
CSA Memberships Sold Out for 2017
enrollment for the 2017 season is now closed. Thank you to all of those who got signed up. For those of you who missed out we'd love to see you at the Farm Stand. No need to miss out on those fresh summer veggies.
What, No Farmers Markets this year?
That's right! After six years of attending farmers
markets we've decided it would be best for the future of the farm to
invest our time developing our own stand on the farm. The farmers
markets have been very kind to us and a great way to get ourselves out
into the community. We think it is time to branch out on our own and
sink our teeth into something we can really get passionate about.
Want to Help?
We have a lot of exciting changes planned on the farm this year with
many opportunities for you to come and help out in any capacity.
Your time on the farm should be rewarding to both you and the farm.
Check out our Education page for ways that you could help then contact us for a chat about ways we can get together this summer.
How's the Farm Looking?
Summer has brought lots of rain this year.
The crops are a little behind but looking good with the occasional warm
spell helping things out. We have tomatoes, peppers and eggplant in our
greenhouse and caterpillar tunnels and hay down as mulch on all of our
longer term crops. We're enjoying the no-till system and are already
turning over beds into new crops within a day of harvest. Emmett is
attempting a much bigger garden this year than last taking up 5 beds
this year which is way up from his 1/2 bed last year. Can't fault his
farmer optimism and enthusiasm!