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The Winter Share is Starting! 11/1 and 11/3

That's right! This week marks the start of the first Winter Share pick up of the Winter 2022-23 season! Everyone who has signed up for the Winter Share should have received an email from the farm with all the details to grab your first share. **Remember pick up times are different than the Summer Share!!** Winter Share hours are from 3:00 to 6:00**

We're so excited to bring all you the bounty that Western New York can provide in what us farmers refer to as the 'shoulder seasons'. I know apple everything abounds right now, as it should. It's been an amazing apple year for the fruit growers in the region so eat up (also if you're eating a banana right now, put that down). New York State is the second largest apple producing state in the country so let's enjoy them while they're here!

But don't forget us veggie producers. It's been a great Fall for the farm as well, so we can also celebrate by eating all the amazing veggies we've grown (maybe in between the cider donuts and such ;) We are still working on bringing in the late harvests for storage. Crops like carrots and rutabegas are still out in the field. We've already finished other harvests, like the parsnips, which were some of the highest yields we've had in our parsnip history.

This week's Winter Share will include: carrots, beets, potatoes, squashes, bunched greens, salad turnips, broccoli, cauliflower, kohlrabi, parsnips, radishes, head lettuce, fennel, radicchio, onions, spinach, scallions, and more! See you then


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