September 11th

As the Fall Equinox approaches, each day is getting significantly shorter, and the air has a new fresh cleanliness to it.  Though there is a chill in the air and the beds are being prepared for winter, crickets still sing as we work the fields, paired dragon flies are joined in flight, and the ground continues to provide delicious bounty.  Your share this week includes: swiss chard, fingerling potatoes, leeks, onions, garlic, hot and sweet peppers, tomatillos, carrots, head lettuce, eggplant, beets, tomatoes, watermelon, and flowers.  Enjoy and don’t forget to reserve your Thanksgiving turkey on your next visit!

Milkweed Pasture Raised Turkeys for Thanksgiving  

$5.00 per pound

Reserve one now with a $20 deposit

Lucretia is co-hosting a retreat with Kara Douglas at the Flagstaff Hut, which is part of the Maine Huts and Trails System in Western Maine.  The retreat will focus on Adapting to Seasonal Changes as we move from Fall into Winter.  Experience yoga, hiking, and delicious locally sourced meals by Milkweed Farm’s very own Muriel and her partner Caleb, who is a chef at Fore Street.  Click here to learn more!

Adapting to Seasonal Changes

November 1st ~ 3rd

A Yoga and Hiking Retreat in the Carabasset Valley

with Lucretia Woodruff and Kara Douglas

Raw Pad Thai

raw padthai

Pork Tacos with Tomatillo Salsa Verde


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