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Both Full and Short Season Shares are Available

We have both full and short season shares available to the general public as of tonight.  You can get more details here.  Full season shares are $475 and you will receive 15 weeks of produce between the first week of June and the second week of October.  Short season shares are $225 and will be 6 weeks between mid-July and mid-September.

 

Both Full and Short Season Shares are Available

We have both full and short season shares available to the general public as of tonight.  You can get more details here.  Full season shares are $475 and you will receive 15 weeks of produce between the first week of June and the second week of October.  Short season shares are $225 and will be 6 weeks between mid-July and mid-September.  

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Grand Island Acres is Supporting Project Hunger

April 9, 2022 at the Conestoga Mall in Grand Island Project Hunger will be auctioning off Easter Baskets. This is a fundraiser to help them support local food banks and kitchens. We donated a basket with a short season share in our basket. You can bid online on our basket or any of them by following the directions below. Check out all of the baskets available here. Thanks to everyone that donated to support this great organization!

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Plants Ordered for the Season

We delivered seeds and the list of plants that we are having Barb start for us this year. She is starting more than 1200 plants for us and a tray of both shallots and leeks (288 plugs in each tray). Barb Quandt, of Barb’s Greenhouse has started our plants for the last 5 years and we are truly grateful. If you need plants she opens to the public in April you can find her on Facebook @barbgreenhouse. The variety and quality of plants she has is absolutely incredible. In other news we have ordered 425 trees from Central Platte NRD.

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West India Burr Gherkins (Maxixe)

So you got these in your share tonight and you are thinking what do I do with them? They are a cucumber so you can eat them raw. They are prickly so that might not be the best idea unless you peel them. And how do you say Maxixe anyway (Mashishi) Here are a couple of resources to help you decided what to do with them. They can be eaten raw, pickled or cooked like zucchini. Evidently they are used in Brazilian cuisine and some of these links will give you some recipes. https://seekingsustenance.wordpress.com/2010/01/21/maxixe/ or check this one out https://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/growing-burr-gherkins-zmaz08djzgoe

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