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Summer Subscription 2020 Week 1A

Hi members!

We're really excited to welcome you, or welcome you back, to the farm this season. The demand for farm fresh food is overwhelming this year, in the best way! So many people were hoping to support local businesses during these unprecedented times, and we're so appreciative and glad you found us.

If you didn't get a chance, I recommend watching the orientation video to get you started with this experience. I've been wracking my brain thinking about how to help you make the most of your subscription this year, and I hope these resources (videos, revamped newsletters, and Facebook group) are helpful.

We've been spending so much time getting ready for this program and getting ready for our stand opening this week that we've kind of been starting to fall behind on our planting schedule. Randy is hoping to get the peppers and melons planted later this week. We also need to make sure that we stay on top of replacing anything we harvest; in this case this week, that means the lettuce. We're disappointed that so much of the lettuce in the greenhouse rotted due to watering becoming more difficult. As the leaves get bigger, it sticks to the soil and ends up getting rotten, meanwhile the soil is blocked by the leaves from getting adequately soaked. It's quite a balance. Be sure to watch Randy's video below for more farming updates.

Randy's cousin Amanda and our neighbor Frannie having fun at the wash station.

What week is it? Do I get a share this week? This week is called 1A. The 1 stands for the first week out of 20 total weeks. The A stands for which group of biweekly members are scheduled. Biweekly A members are those who have a biweekly farm pickup only. Next week will be called 2B. Biweekly B members are those who have a biweekly delivery. We will follow that pattern from there. 3A, 4B, 5A, 6B and so on. Weekly members can disregard the letter A and B, as it will not apply to you. If you are unsure if you are scheduled, please reference the letter to help you.

What's for sale in the stand?

To be honest, I didn't get a chance to update our own products! We also have rhubarb, summer savory, sage, beet greens, spinach, lettuce, salad turnips, radishes, chamomile flowers for tea, and more!

A Message from Randy:

The Unbagging:



  • 1 bunch of asparagus

  • 1 head of lettuce

  • 1 bunch of broccoli raab

  • 1 small bunch of radishes

  • Small bag of spinach

  • Small bag of Asian mix


  • 1 bunch of asparagus

  • 1 head of lettuce

  • 2 bunches of broccoli raab

  • 1 large bunch of radishes

  • Large bag of spinach

  • Large bag of Asian mix

Caring For Your Share:

  • Cut the very bottoms of asparagus off and store the stems in shallow water in the fridge. Trim off the ends of the stems when ready to scrub off and use.

  • Swish the broccoli raab in a bowl of cold water to remove dirt, then wrap them in a paper towel in the refrigerator.

  • Store the radishes and greens in separate Ziploc bags in the fridge.

  • Wrap the head of lettuce in a moist paper towel, shaking out excess water first Remove any bad leaves. Put it in the crisper. Wash and spin out when ready to use.

  • Store bags of Asian mix and spinach in the fridge. Wash and spin out when ready to use.

LGF Cooking Club:

Any more suggestions? Add them to our discussion on our 2020 Subscription Members page on Facebook. Click on the community tab and scroll down until you see the group. Request to join the group so I can approve your name.

Cooking Tip(s) of the Week:

This is a great, simple article about storing lettuce properly:

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Unknown member
Jun 02, 2020

What exactly is in the Asian mix besides arugula? Very pretty!

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