We hope that all of you, your families and homes are doing well following Hurricane Irma.
Not surprisingly, all the crops on the farm have been affected by the hurricane. Some of these crops were at or approaching harvest, so yields of most of them will be reduced and, in some cases, later. You can expect this to affect crop yields for the first 2-3 months of our CSA season. There will be fewer things in the early boxes, but the good news is that we will have boxes.
Other than skipping the summer market on Sept. 12, we plan to stay with our schedules for the summer markets, as well as the start of our regular CSA season on Oct. 2.
We so appreciate your support and understanding-it is times like this that illustrate the meaning of Community Supported Agriculture. You are the people who keep us in business through a situation which a small farm otherwise could not survive. (And also, please try to support your other local businesses as they re-open.)
Your farm crew: Nancy, Charlie, Donna, Miguel, Chago, Luis, Santa, Abelino, and Angelica