Terra Firma Farm2020-11-06T00:03:21+00:00

What’s Going on the Berry Patch?

Strawberries are uquituous in the produce aisles and always rank in the top 5 fruit and vegetable items that Americans eat -- about 8 pounds per year.  Like many familiar things, though, most people don't know much about the details.  It is our job at Terra Firma to make sure our CSA subscribers know the [MORE ...]

Finding More Ways for Farmers to Fight Climate Change

There are a wide variety of opinions regarding the contribution that agriculture makes worldwide to climate change.  Environmentalists tend to emphasize the role of farmers and ranchers as CO2 emitters, as if humanity has another way to feed itself other than by growing crops and livestock.  After spending years on the defensive, the agricultural community [MORE ...]

A Whole New Look for April?

The arrival of Spring rarely coincides with the arrival of our spring crops at Terra Firma. There's almost always two to four weeks of "lag time" that the plants need to respond to the changes in the season. Several of our spring-harvested crops are planted in the fall and spend all winter growing, and we [MORE ...]

Happy Spring Equinox

We're currently having the longest stretch of dry weather since December, and we are taking advantage of it! In the past week, we've planted Potatoes, Tomatoes, Sweet Corn, Peas, and Salad Greens.  Our first Peppers will go in the ground tomorrow. Weather conditions during and immediately after planting can have a dramatic impact on the [MORE ...]

Latest Recipes from the Farm


Photo courtesy of Alanna Taylor-Tobin from Bojon Gourmet

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