May 20, 2015 at 11:45 pm (Community Supported Agriculture)
Tags: Bayside Park Farm, Community Garden Plots, Community Supported Agriculture, CSA
Located on Samoa Blvd in Arcata on a well situated piece of semi-rural loveliness is the Bayside Park Farm and Farmer Jayme grows a variety of crops for the CSA. The greenhouse helps, kicks up the heat so members receive a bounty of tomatoes and peppers as well as the cool weather crops that the coast is famous for. Located adjacent to the CSA Farm is a collection of plots that community members can rent to grow their own food. To hear more about the Bayside Park Farm, listen here to the interview.
Find out more about the Bayside Park Farm.
June 2, 2009 at 12:57 am (Community Supported Agriculture, local food production, Uncategorized)
Tags: Community Supported Agriculture, CSA, farms, locally produced food
This is the "after" photo -- isn't she delicious looking?!
Grain Shares 2011/2012 Available Now!
Barley, rye, oats, wheat, buckwheat, corn, flax, dry beans — whole, cracked, stone-ground.
10-12 lbs of grain per month for 10 months of the year.
$450 for a full grain share. $275 for 1/2 grain share.
Distributions are held on the first Thursday of the month at Redwood Roots Farm in Bayside.
Contact: Melanie and Kevin Cunningham, shakeforkfarm.com — 707.498.3546 7914 State Highway 36, Carlotta CA 95528
Kevin and Melanie Cunningham have been raising grains for sale and have the Shakefork Farm CSA — and now they are selling Pastured Poultry. I took the leap and encourage you to do it too — I bought 10 of the beautiful birds all packaged (just the was I like ’em) and I can now delve into the reaches of my freezer and pull one out whenever I want. Steve and I have been arguing (amicably) continuously about the bird we are going to cook up tomorrow for our good friend Sanford — arguing about who gets to cook it and how it is going to get cooked. After all — this is our first bird…a lot of expectations…a lot of thought… and soon to be roasted for dinner, then shredded for enchiladas, and then the carcass boiled down into a nice soup —
Update — We both roasted the chicken — we used a recipe from the America’s Test Kitchen cookbook — it was fabulous, crispy on the outside and moist and juicy on the inside. Yay Pastured Poultry!
Isn't she lovely?!
To listen to the interview with Kevin Cunningham go to:
This interview aired on the KHSU Homepage on August 14, 2009