How beautiful all your produce is!!Love the name Maple Valley Farm...sounds like the produce is just naturally good...the jolly green giant might show up any minute! pretty eggs too!!...debbie
Brown eggs! I love them so. The white supermarket eggs are just not right.(how wonderful that you're updating more! I'm always happy to be alerted to a new post from you!)
Such a beautiful sight. Love the pictures on your blog.
So glad you are posting again, I love reading about you and your family. Wish you every success in your choice of life, its one I would like to have experienced had I been younger.
Wow! All that for $15?!What a great bargain and a great looking bunch of produce!I buy brown & blue eggs from the farm where I rent land for my garden (http://all-natural-mama.blogspot.com/). They are so delicious! Yours look beautiful as well.
Are ya kiddin' me???? I would if I could! If you lived closer I would most definitely be a part of your CSA!
That's awesome. If we were closer I would certainly join in on this. $15 at the grocery store doesn't get you anywhere, so this is a real blessing for your family. ~Mrs. M
Do you deliver to Australia?? Seriously that looks amazing! What beautiful fertile land you have there!
I was reading on your sidebar what you canned. I see you do milk. We have 6 goats and a cow so therefore I have lots of extra milk. Been looking for someone who could tell me how to can it . So could you please share with me how to can milk. Thanks Rebekah.
Your CSA is CHEAP. We pay $55 per week for about 1/3 of what you offer for $15. Very nice selection!!
I'm Dutch and i love to read your blog. A beautiful site with lovely pictures.
on pressure canning milk. you can also always do a search on the right side of the bloghttp://www.motherearthnews.com/Real-Food/1984-05-01/Home-Canned-Milk.aspx
i should note that the honey was extra, but the other part is for real! only $15- weekly! We will have new guidelines for the 2010 csa real soon!
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