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Winter Share 2023: Week 5

February 1 & 3

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A note from Farmer Chris: We are trying our best to provide everyone with a wonderful assortment of goodies throughout the winter months. We just seeded more pea tendrils and plan on trying to produce our own micro greens as well to provide you all with a diverse amount of winter local produce.

We add the provision in the share to give you something to think and eat different during times of less diverse crops, the value of your shares is still hovering around $25/ box although it sometimes may seem like a little bit less food.

Thank you all for your support and next week will include some more culinary awakenings!!!

CSA Member Specials this week:

Try Something New!

10% off all Walnut Hill Italian Style Salami. Grown and crafted in Vermont.

Check them out - Walnut Hill Farm

In this Week's Share:

1 Red Cabbage grown at Riverland Farm

1 bag of Greens

Swiss Chard or Spinach

1lbs of Black or Watermelon Radish

2.5lbs Mix and Match

Parsnips or Sweet Potato

Provision: 1 package of tortillas from Vermont Tortilla Company

Check out the website for great recipe ideas! If you need more tortillas for your friends and family you can purchase them at the registers.

Pick up is Wednesday or Friday, 10 - 5

Detailed pick up instructions can be found at the bottom of this post.

Recipe Ideas: Smitten Kitchen's Sweet Potato Tacos, the Forager Project's Chili Parsnip Tacos, Kitchn's Easy Taco Slaw

  • Reminder: Add-on shares: bread, eggs, cheese, mushrooms and meat are paid for separately from the veggies share. If you would like to be part of our add on shares, please sign up and pay using the QR codes at the farmstand or HERE.

Add Ons: Add on Shares are still available online for purchase. Or purchase at the Farmstand with the posted QR Codes.

Share Add-ons!

Bread: Whole Wheat Pullman loaf - ... Iggy's Bread of the World

Cheese: Vermont Alpine Cheese - a traditional alpine cheese, Freedom Heights is named for the plot of rugged mountain terrain our farm calls home. Alpine cheeses are known for their “terroir” or taste of place - the culmination of environmental variables like soil type, topography, and climate, that make up a specific geographical location. At Sweet Rowen, we strive to provide our herd with the best possible forage and milking practices in an effort to express our own unique terroir. Sweet Rowen Farmstead

Eggs: 1 dozen Eggs from one of our local producers*

Mushrooms: Blue Oyster Mushrooms- Bonus Recipe from My Pure Plants, Crispy Oyster Mushroom Tacos.

Mushroom Recipes! Our mushrooms are from RI Mushroom Co.

*All Add-Ons are subject to producer availability. As you all know, eggs are the event of the season. We are working very hard behind the scenes to source great eggs for all of our customers including our share customer!

And the Farmstand is Open for any edible additions to your share!

Farmstand Hours: Tuesday - Friday 9am-6pm

Saturday - Sunday 9am-4pm


Pick up Procedures for the Fall Share

  • Pick up on your scheduled day any time Wednesday/Friday 10 - 5

  • Pick up will be in the greenhouse located across from 458 South St, Wrentham.

  • Your items will be self serve so you can choose between options.

  • Please bring bags and boxes for your items to help us conserve.

  • We will have a clip board listing the items and the choices in the share.

  • Please check your name off the list when you pick up.

  • Add on share items will be located in designated coolers or fridges.


After two years of navigating this public health crisis, we are confident that we can minimize risk to our customers and staff. However, all of our plans are fluid. We may have to change this plan if we feel it is not keeping people safe. 

Pick up is Wednesday/Friday from 10 - 5

Thank you so much for support!


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