Fall CSA - Harvest Week #1

Hello Everyone, 

Today marks the first harvest for the Fall/Winter CSA Season! I am very excited for the farm to start slowing down (this Friday is the final Ridgway Farmer's Market, wahoo!). And at the same time, I'm jazzed that I will be harvesting for the CSA as winter moves in. The shares should be pretty diverse and tasty in the weeks to come. 

We spent time clearing beds, getting organized and making Fall to do lists this week. Hopefully a little rain is on the way this weekend? I started to pull out the heavy weight reemay yesterday... I think colder temps are on the way and I'm trying to avoid the normal scramble that happens the night before :). 

We still need to skin the caterpillar tunnel that was moved a couple weeks ago. The salad greens and spinach growing in those beds are looking great and should be harvestable in a few weeks. 

Harvest Details:
Salad Greens
Head Lettuce
Winter Squash - Acorn?
Maybe: Tomatillos, Ground Cherries or Beaver Dam Peppers?

Here comes the sun... Have a lovely day!