Week #13 of our 2015 CSA
Delivery Dates: August 5, 6, 7
"New Transplants Ready for the Field"

CSA Shares
Treat Yourself to something nice (you deserve it), with a CSA Share, and don't miss out on another Season of Freshly Picked Organic Produce...
All CSA Shares have been Pro=Rated for the remainder of the season!

Opening Your Box
When receiving your box you will notice that it comes in good condition. We ask that you help us keep it that way, so we may continue to use it many times this season.

Note that the top of your box has a crease. This crease is where you should begin to open the box.

Be careful and push back towards the crease of your box to open it. Try not to break the box in any way, as that will shorten its life span and increase our costs.

Open the box by pushing towards the crease until the tongue comes out of the L-shaped holes.

 Carefully open the remaining folds on the top of your box. 

Pull out the contents of your box by removing the entire bag. "Please reuse this bag as a trash bag in your bathroom or office after you are finished with it."

Place the bag of vegetables into your refrigerators crisper drawer for best storage.

Please leave your empty box at your doorstep the following week for our driver to pick up. "Please do not leave us any bags, rubber bands, clam shells or any packing material, just the box."

Delivery Schedule
Mays Landing, Hammonton, Vineland, Millville, Little Egg Harbor, LBI, etc... 
Upper Township, Middle Township, Lower Township, Cape May, all Coastal Islands up the coast through Brigantine
Egg Harbor Township, Linwood, Northfeild, Somers Point, Absecon, Galloway, Egg Harbor City, etc...
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It's hard to believe that it is already August, our last month of the 2015 summer. To kick it off we are going to be picking another crop of corn!!! Though the ears are small, they seem to be rather tasty and are sure to put a smile on our customers faces.


The past week has been busy and tiring. That heat was oppressing and really slowed us down. The alternator of our delivery truck went bad while Victor was on his deliveries yesterday and we fell a little behind but still got those deliveries to everyone on time. Today we found a way to get everything back on track and are now moving forward again.


We must to stress to everyone that our CSA sales were down in July. It's a sad but normal thing to see, as everyone is busy during the summer and not too many people are thinking ahead about the falls crop. We're asking everyone to work with us and get on board now. 

Our CSA is a benefit to this community!    

Are you signed up for our Winter CSA?

What are you doing this weekend? Why not come to the Brigantine Farmers Market and visit our booth on Saturday.

Don't forget to come to the Margate Farmers Markets on Thursdays!!! 
We were suppose to set transplants in this plot yesterday, but because of the truck problems we will not get going on the job until tomorrow.
Keeping it Jersey Fresh

Come to the Brigantine Farmers Market on Saturdays from 8:30 AM until 12 noon.

The Margate Farmers Market is held on Thursdays!!!! Come and visit us from 8:30 until noon in the parking lot of Steve and Cookie's Restaurant...

Everything that we grow, we grow with pride, so sit back and Enjoy the Fruits of our Labor.
We transplanted our peppers a little later this year, but the crop is starting to come along fast. We will harvest from this plot soon.
Contents of This Weeks CSA Box

Below are pictures of the vegetables that you will be getting in your next box of the season. This should help clear up any confusion of our product that you may not be familiar with as of yet. If you click on the pictures. some of the harder items, will give you a recipe idea. Remember that you can always google the name of the product and get loads of recipe ideas off the web.
Our Main Crop of Tomatoes is sizing up and really looking great! We are patiently awaiting them to turn red. Once they do, we will have you swimming in them!!!
Yellow Summer Squash
Black Eggplant
Roxy Lettuce
This crop of Sweet Corn can best be described as
"shoe peg corn"