May - December
What's here: (Click for recipes) Broccoli
, Collards, Lettuce
, Mizuna, Strawberries
, Sweet Corn
, Dried Corn, Sweet Potatoes
, Summer Squash
, Winter Squash
, Pumpkins, Tomatoes
, Chile Peppers
We are a group of vegetable farmers in Bells Bend who use well-planned growing practices and low-impact soil management techniques, including crop rotation, cover crops, biodynamic preparations and well-composted cow manure for fertility. We also grow many open-pollinated and heirloom varieties, the seeds of which have been saved and passed down through the generations. Conventional chemical sprays and fertilizers are NOT used on our farms. We enjoy our work and lifestyle and want to continue to honor the tradition of proudly growing food in Bells Bend!
We sell at farmers' markets, to restaurants, and to members of our Community Supported Agriculture program. Our 2016 CSA program will provide members with 28-weeks of high-quality vegetables, herbs, and flowers. We will start pickups in mid-May and continue through early December. Check out our website, www.sixbootscollective.com, for a full list of farmer's markets, CSA pickup locations, and delivery options
Last modified: Fri Jan 27 2017
We do our best to keep this guide accurate, but farming is a dynamic
occupation, things change fast. It is a good idea to call and verify
any of the information in this guide before you plan a trip to a
farm. Also, please be considerate. The farms in this guide are working
farms as well as residences in many cases. If you think of yourself
more as a valued guest than a customer you'll have a great experience.
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