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Posted 4/7/2013 4:35pm by Jill Rendleman.

A beautiful warm sunny spring day it is......perfect way to start the first week of All Seasons Community Supported Agriculture!

First I want to thank you for your generous support of All Seasons Farm and Certified Organic sustainable small farming in Southern Illinois.  Your box this week will include spinach, celery, chard, cilantro, parsley, and dill.  Ok, thats very green, but more colorful things are on their way.  We have had a very gray cold spring....not so good for early growing.  We promise lots of variety and color throughout the year.  

With your support, we have been able to buy our spring seed and soil amendments early at a discount and we have been able to plan out our plots early and know that there is a great home for our fresh produce.  Your partnership helps our small farm out in the confidence as well as the financial stability it builds.  

For those picking up at the Co-op, great news, you can pickup on Thursday anytime between 2:00pm and 9:00pm. You will simply go to the produce door, the brown double swinging doors to the right of the produce section.  Knock and ask for your box!  If no one is there, go to the information desk and ask for someone in produce and then ask for your box.  They are expecting you!  If you miss your pickup on Thursday, you can also pick up anytime between 9am and 9pm on Friday.

For those with the popular home delivery.....we know where you live and we will drop off at your front porch or door on Thursday between 11am and 4pm.  If you have a cooler on your porch, we will place the produce in the cooler...a good suggestion for warm days!  Some folks put an ice pack or a small bag of ice in the cooler.  If you have a special place you would like us to put your box, send an email or call ahead, leave a note on your door, etc.    

For those with on farm pickup....your produce will be in the white TALL barn at the end of our lane.  This pickup will be on Thursday between noon and 7pm.

Anytime a pickup location or a time doesnt work out for you, just give us a call to make other arrangements. 



Posted 2/3/2013 10:19am by Jill Rendleman.

Last evening my dogs and I walked the woods down to the creek to see the water run and see what varmits we could scare up.  We were out sometime and when we came in it was 6pm and still some light in the west.  And this morning, I just know the light in the east was just a little brighter at 6 am.  The birds are making a happier chatter too.  The Winter is beginning think about leaving us.   


Posted 12/4/2012 6:25am by Jill Rendleman.

The gray skies of winter are upon us, but we find this to be a great time to grow.  To start with, its nice to be out planting in something other than the 95+ degree heat of summer!  Staying active with just a light jacket and a hoe offers a pleasant way to spend a fair morning.  With not so many worries about bugs and weeds, one can see the simplicity of growing without so many distractions.  This makes for a good time for personal growth as well, more time for quiet reflection of the past year.

 Long and Winding Road at Winter Dusk

CSA Spring/Summer 2018 SignUpMarch 21st, 2018

CSA for spring/summer 2018 is open for sign up.  The first week in April will be our first pickup.   Go to www.allseasons-farm.com/members/types  and click on the green bar at the top "

CSA Options for 2018 and other thoughtsFebruary 22nd, 2018

This week has been productive, despite the rain and cold we have prepared several plots for growing.  Lots of seeding going on in soil blocks for the Spring/Summer 2018 Season.  If you are

CSA Pickup for Thursday Feb 15th Marion and Friday Feb 16th MarionFebruary 15th, 2018

Members can look for a great box to end our season this year.......we have late winter scarlet kale, lettuce, garlic, pink potatoes (my favorite), cilantro, and a wonderful value added.....gourmet pop

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