Author Archives: jenredfox

Accepting new and returning customers for 2015 season

Welcome to the Abundant Acres Farm family! Information: here. Sign up: here. 2015 payment schedule: here. If you left your deposit with us last year, you don’t have to sign up again (unless your contact information has changed), but please check out the 2015 payment schedule, … Continue reading

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Saturday April 11: Finance and Planning Workshop

Gardening is fun, right?  You’re working outside, getting your hands in the soil, breathing fresh air, listening to the birds, harvesting the fruits of your labour.  For many people it is a peaceful hobby.  But how do you make it … Continue reading

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At least the hoop houses didn’t blow away…

No, the plastic covered hoop houses didn’t blow away last night when the wind howled around here.  They stayed put.  With tons of snow around them, they weren’t going anywhere! This winter has been a challenge!  Snow, intense freezing temperatures, more snow! … Continue reading

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New Logo!

Our new logo was designed by our friends at Starling Design, located about 20 minutes up the Shore of the Avon River from us.

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Four Paid Internship Positions for 2015

Abundant Acres Farm is hiring four interns for the 2015 season Application Deadline: January 16, 2015 Apply by email to: Jen Greenberg,  jenredfox@gmail.com.  Please send a letter of intent, resume, and three references. The internship positions begin in early April and continue … Continue reading

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Week 26: First Snow

This week in the pack, we expect to have double potatoes; a large portion of storage carrots; salad mix; herbs; parsnips or cabbage; kale or chard; curly cress; leek; and apples.  We will also offer extra storage roots at the pick … Continue reading

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Week 25: Migration

This week in the pack we expect to have leeks; kale or chard; cauliflower, brussels sprouts, or cabbage; potatoes; carrots; beets; squash; herb; and golden russet or ambrosia apples. This week on the farm we’ve been blessed with more warm … Continue reading

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