It is a time of uncertainty. But we are certainly still here, hard at work, growing good food for you. The seeds are being planted, and the soil is warming up and the plants are looking great. And now markets are open and the CSA will be here, ready to supply you with local, nutritious food.
We are revising our food packing protocols for the markets, the delivered shares and the CSA room, as we all try to protect ourselves and each other from covid-19. We will limit the number of members in the CSA room at once to be sure we can accommodate any social distancing guidelines, and we will be packing on-farm shares for those who request it.
All members can be assured that only healthy people will be seeding, harvesting, and packing your vegetables.
Now, more than ever, is the time to be a part of our local food economy. Those dollars will go a long way in saving livelihoods and in keeping us all healthy. Bodies are more resilient when we eat healthy, nutrient-dense vegetables, and we are committed to helping our local community have access to fresh vegetables. People are cooking at home more than ever before, and we are ready to get creative to find ways to feed people.
Who We Are
Potomac Vegetable Farms has been growing and selling delicious and nutritious vegetables for over 50 years. We steward our land using organic practices, forgoing certification, and calling ourselves Ecoganic. We make our own rich compost, and apply rock powders, natural minerals and sea products to ensure that our food is nutrient dense. We use winter cover crops and summer green manure crops religiously to keep our soil microbes happy and healthy. We sell all of our produce through our two roadside stands, our CSA, and at the farmers markets we attend.
We have been growing and selling delicious and nutritious vegetables for over 50 years. We steward our land using organic practices, forgoing certification, and calling ourselves Ecoganic. As stewards of the land, our job is to make this land better than we found it.
Our multi-farm collaboration allows us to start our delivery season in June and include vegetables and fruits that we do not grow ourselves. All of the farms that help supply our CSA are whole heartedly committed to all aspects of sustainability.
We farm using all organic practices. We make our own rich compost, and apply rock powders, natural minerals and sea products to ensure that our soil and our food is full of nutrients. We religiously use winter cover crops and summer green manure crops.
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