It’s Harvest Time at The Farm!!!

It’s hard to believe it, but we are finally harvesting and distributing food from The Farm!!! We’ve come a long way this season & have a long way to go, but we have finally begun to see the literal fruit of our community’s labor. We are so thankful and so proud of everyone who has made this possible. You have all made this happen and it is because of all of those who have spent countless hours at The Farm that we can celebrate Harvest time is finally here! Our Amazing Community We are super thankful for everyone that joined us this week at The Farm for Harvest, planting,...

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2012 Farm Harvest Share Subscriptions on Sale

We are happy to announce that 2012 Harvest Share Subscriptions are now available for purchase (limited number available). The Farm’s Harvest Share Subscription program is designed to allow “certified naturally grown” food to be purchased from The Farm in order to enable food to be distribute to the hungry in our community. However, it does more than simply deliver food.  The Harvest Share program also creates economic development in the form of jobs and educational opportunities to students in local schools to provide solutions to ending hunger and poverty in our...

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Fall Harvest Begins!

We are excited to share that this week we begin to harvest the first of our fall crops.  It’s been a tough year, but this Fall has been a gift from above.  We are expecting a full and bountiful crop for the next month.  For that we are truly thankful. Weather permitting, we should be able to harvest until the first week in November.  However, if the weather changes, we will keep you updated on the end of year at the Cobblestone Project Farm and what that means for you. It’s a beautiful time to be at The Farm, so we hope you and your family will have a chance to visit...

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Rain, Relief & Community (The Farm Weekly Update)

RAIN! After such a wet spring, we never thought we’d be excited for it to come back.  However, the heavens have opened and provided some desperately needed rain (over 2 inches this week) and temperature relief.  As a result, things at The Farm are starting to buzz once again & we are in the process of executing plans for a bountiful Fall harvest. This week was a critical period as we desperately needed to start planting Fall crops.  We asked for your help & you came to help in a big way!  We are so thankful for the many individuals and families that came out on Friday...

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An amazing community! (The Farm Weekly Update)

We probably sound like a broken record at this point, but the weather isn’t changing. It has been a rough week at The Farm as we’ve had to face some hard realities & try to adjust plans to meet our goals for the season. However, we have so very much to be thankful for, and, while this has not been an easy season, we know that it is making us stronger & wiser for future years.  If this is the worst it has been since the 1930′s, then we will know that we have made it through the hardest of times. The Farm Weekly Update Weather & Crop Update We have now gone...

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Being the Farmer is Tough (The Farm Weekly Update)

It probably doesn’t come to any great surprise that the weather continues to be the biggest challenge at The Farm; however, we are continuing to manage through it as best as possible.  This was a busy week at The Farm and we had the opportunity to accomplish a couple very important milestones. The Farm Weekly Update Weather Update The weather conditions are affecting small farmers all over Northwest Arkansas, and we had the opportunity to share a little of the impact on The Farm with 40/29 News. 40/29 TV Report: Rain Doesn’t Help Farmers University of Arkansas Division of...

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