Fallywalker’s “Twisted ‘Stache” Program
Fallywalker Farm… a curious little farm where not all carrots are orange…
where radishes grow in the air… cucumbers look like lemons, tomatoes like brains…
the best tasting potatoes are blue… and even the lettuce has freckles!
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THE TWISTED ‘STACHE PROGRAM
Community Supported Agriculture with a Twist
$650 for the season
We are looking forward to sharing our harvest season & will do all the work for you by creating a ‘stache that is stuffed with an assortment of our fresh seasonal produce & harvests. Twisted ‘Staches are available for pickup at the farm on a weekly basis. The season begins sometime in June and runs into October… unless Mean Mr. Fallywalker or Mother Nature tells us otherwise. Subscribers are kept updated via Facebook and Twitter. All packaging is returnable & reusable.
Here’s What People Having Been Saying About Local Fallywalker Farm’s CSA…
“You know how you have to tell the kids over and over to stop eating candy? I had to do that with my youngest and the tomatoes. The rest of us wanted some, too. She was eating those little tear drop ones and the cherry/grape sized tomatoes like m&m’s! We steamed the beans this evening, and the kids were shocked to see purple beans go into the pot, and green come out. We gobbled down the little rat tail radishes the first evening while looking over the loot. My oldest went to a sleepover tonight and reminded us all not to slice the lemon cucumbers until she comes home.” – Sherry
“Try the purple potatoes- best you’ve ever tasted. The other stuff’s good, too. And I love the sense of fun, and inclusion of the kids.” – Kate
“What was really great for us is that we ate things that we typically wouldn’t buy. I made some really awesome soups (corn and squash, pumpkin and spicy veg chili to name a few. Oh and chicken soup with the multi colored carrots and the purple basil which I still have from the first delivery- yum!).” – Traci
“Quality and presentation was awesome.” – Carol