Greetings from the farm! Things are going well. We have a wonderful crew and the crops are growing nicely. That warm snap a week or so ago really brought on some growth! The strawberries are looking lush and filled with sweet promises - I've even seen a flower bud or two. We have a strawberry patch twice the size as last years patch, so, if we have a good strawberry year there could be lots of berries! We moved our new chicken ladies onto fresh clover this weekend and it is amazing how fast they eat through it. Really nice bright orange yolks. The new chickens are just starting to lay so soon we will have a plethora of eggs. Yesterday we got the leeks, second generation of kale and chard, 3rd generation of lettuce and broccoli, and some flowers transplanted (purple cone flower and calendula). Today we will plant the two big greenhouses to tomatoes, basil, and sweet peppers - hurray! It's fun to see how fast those crops grow. Paul planted the first generation of greenhouse cucumbers on Saturday and we can already see growth. IF YOU ARE PLANNING ON SIGNING UP FOR THIS SUMMER'S CSA PLEASE DO SO SOON. We have about 100 spots left to fill and they usually fill very quickly in May. If you have already signed up - Thanks!