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We’re in the process of updating our blog archive. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be adding our old blog posts to this site. Please let us know if you need anything from the old version of our website. In the meantime, please take a look at our latest updates.

Jump Start Your Garden

It’s that time of year again when my excitement to start my garden is met by reality. I don’t know about you but every spring, once those sunny days arrive and first flowers start to bloom, I am itching to start my garden. But I don’t get it done in time. I always...

Meet Our New Administrator: Jade Greene

I grew up on the banks of the Delaware River - the convergence of many streams and creeks that eventually build up together to form the mighty and gentle Delaware. Every creek is full of life from insects to fish to birds. The land around the creeks, known as a...

Looking for a year-round local recipe? Missing the fresh taste of Summer? Try this! Pesto is traditionally made with basil, olive oil, pine nuts and parmesan cheese. Many people add garlic (a little or a lot depending on their desire). But no one says we can’t...

purple petaled flowers in mortar and pestle

Our Year in Review and Plans for the Future

Dear friend,  Thank you for your loyalty to local farms. Thanks to you, we’ve triumphed over another challenging year and achieved remarkable things! In 2021… We awarded five grants to our foodshed farmers for diverse needs--from starting an educational...

herd of cows walking along fence in countryside at sunset

Wrightstown Winter Market

The Wrightstown Farmers Market continues into the month of November with markets on November 6th, 13th and 20th. Location and time remain the same, 9 AM – Noon, with the final markets on November 13th and 20th being relocated to the show ring just beyond the Grange...

radish and carrots

Celebrating the Apple

by Alex Dadio, Doylestown Farmers Market Manager pome /pōm/ noun BOTANY a fruit consisting of a fleshy enlarged receptacle and a tough central core containing the seeds, e.g., an apple or pear. Apples are our focus this week and with that, I thought...

red apples on tree

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