Recent news​

Late Fall/Early Winter
CSA Share
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Sharkar Farm late fall/early winter shares.  Continuing your commitment to eat local foods even when its snowing.   I am so excited to be able to offer all of you fresh produce in the fall and winter months.  I have been doing a lot of studying and have gone to MSU for a class on winter vegetable production.  I can't wait for you to be able to tell your friends that you had a bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich that tasted so good you couldn't wait for your next box to come.  I know you won't be disappointed if you take a chance on this.  
List of possible box Items

Sharon 10-13-12

​Onions , Beets, Radishes, Turnips, Leek, Rutabaga, Broccoli, Swiss Chard ( 3 colors), Kale ( Two Colors) Lettuce (We have several different Varieties in, Tomatoes( I have Large and Cherry),Kohlrabi, Winter Squash, Pumpkins, Collards, Cauliflower, Brussel Sprouts, Garlic, Carrots, Celery Root, Potatoes, Parsley Basil, sage, rosemary, Cabbage sprouts, Apples.  I am working on peppers, and beans and squash but very cold temptures affect the quality of this kind of produce.  I do keep try.   This is a part list of the thing we would have right now  some have more then others.  I will do my best to give you a box of good fresh vegetable, naturally grown and produce on my farm, If you would like to come out and see what I am doing please come out I love to show the place off.  We have worked very hard to get to the point of being able to offer you this fall to winter  CSA.  I hope you are half as excited as I am to be able to offer it to you.  

 

Recipes

​You will be able to check here for a recipe to use all or at least most of  you share.  We are a work in progress so if you can offer any help along the way we are open to any suggestion to make this new project easier on you and us.  Please feel free to e-mail us with any helpful hints. If you have a recipes to share please e-mail it to me and I will share it with the rest of the crowd. 

© 2023 by Carton Crafts. No animals were harmed in the making of this site.