Farm Activities

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A Brief History
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Take a virtual tour of the farm
summer view of the farm
Workshops coming upworkshops can be so much fun!
Visit Karen's cooking and travel websiteworkshops can be so much fun!

Foundation Farm is now 10 years old.  Its 60 permanent beds are tended by a crew of school trainees ranging from 2 to 5, and by volunteers who come at will throughout the season.  The work is entirely manual with a lot of raking, mulching, transplanting and of course harvesting involved.  The only machines heard on the farm are a neighbor's tractor for an occasional brush-hogging (around our perimeter) and push=-mowers for keeping the grass down around our beds.

Our full-on regular season extends from early March (first direct-sowings, early production of transplants), till late November for our last "outdoor" harvests.

Our winter season extends through the balance of the year through the use of 4 high tunnels.

The farm school season extends from mid-March to the end of October.

Our weekly load is structured simply with 3 half-days spent in the field: Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  We work typically for 5 hours straight during the most desirable part of the day: 8am to 1pm in spring, 7am to noon thereafter. 

We love to see customers or others come and join us at the farm for a bit of work or just for lunch (on working days).  Please do come and visit. For directions to the farm send us an e-mail.

We participate to 2 Farmers' Markets: The Eureka Farmers Market on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, and the Fayetteville Farmers Market on Saturday mornings. 

last modified on: Sunday February 01, 2015 10:15 AM -0600