Monday, September 28, 2015

Winter CSA Signups Open!

Be ready when winter rolls in! Reserve your spot in our Winter CSA and reserve your source of local organic produce during the coldest winter months.

Click HERE for more info
Sign Up HERE

Email with questions 
or call Katie direct at: 412-589-9276

Monday, July 6, 2015

Peak of the Season Registration Open!

Our Peak of the Season CSA shares include some of the most anticipated veggies of the summer. If you'd like to try a CSA but can't commit to the entire 6 month season, you have some picky eaters in the house, or you missed signups for the full season CSA you have come to the right place. 8 weeks of tomatoes, peppers, green beans, summer squash, cucumbers, carrots, sweet corn, greens, lettuce, watermelon, cantaloupe, blueberries, ground cherries and more. Season starts the 1st week in August and runs for 8 weeks. Full shares are $30/week and small shares are $20/week.

Strapped for time? Home delivery in select neighborhoods. 
Aspinwall, Regent Square, Upper St. Clair, Squirrel Hill, Shadyside

Here are a couple shots of last seasons Peak Shares 

Email us at for more info/questions.

Monday, June 22, 2015

Finally some sunshine

Red and green cabbage soaking up the sun.
Finally a beautiful sun filled day after weeks of rain! As much as the plants were loving all that rain, they're loving all this sun too. Myself I used the good weather to go tend the bees whose honey you may have received in the CSA or from our stand at the Pittsburgh Public Market.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Fields of Green: Summer Farm Tour Highlights

The rain held out. The company was wonderful. The food was exceptional. Everyone brought something to the mix and took something away. It was a pleasure spending the day with everyone. Thank you for all who made the trip and to the Schwartz and Schmucker families for hosting us.

David was putting fresh shoes on a couple of the horses while we readied for the wagon ride.

Everyone got a chance to pick some kale.

Photo Credit: Thank you Polly Whitehorn

Good thing there is a tree line to put a stop to these never ending rows of peppers.
Preparing for the feast.
Emmanuel's old chicken house now serves as a greenhouse for extra early tomatoes.
Tomatillo seedling

Freshly sheared to stay cool this summer. See the ridges of their new haircut?
Photo Credit: Thank you Polly Whitehorn

Saturday, June 13, 2015

Evening in CRO Country

One evening a couple Sundays ago Carla and I took the kids for a walk up Shady Lane past Aaron and Daniel's farms. We get so busy moving produce and keeping customer happy that we sometimes stop noticing what a beautiful place we live in. But when we stop and really look we see how blessed we are. I hope you can come see for yourself someday (a few folks are coming up today for our spring field day), but for now here are some more photos of the place.