Wyck Stories

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July 15, 2016 Update

THIS WEEK’S HARVEST (July 15, 2-6 pm): Beets $2.50/bunch Black Raspberries $4.00/pint Blueberries (limited quantity) $2.50/half pint Broccoli Greens $2.50/bunch Carrots $2.50/bunch Collard Greens $2.50/bunch Cucumbers $2.00/lb Eggs $3.00/half dozen

July 8, 2016 Update

THIS WEEK’S HARVEST (July 8, from 2-6 pm): Beets $2.50/bunch Black Raspberries $4.00/pint Blueberries (limited quantity) $2.50/half pint Broccoli Greens $2.50/bunch Carrots $2.50/bunch Collard Greens $2.50/bunch Cucumbers $2.00/lb Eggs $3.00/half

July 1, 2016 Update

THIS WEEK’S HARVEST (July 1, from 2-6 pm): Arugula $2.50/bag Beets $2.50/bunch *Black Raspberries $4.00/pint Blueberries (limited quantity) $2.50/half pint Broccoli Greens $2.50/bunch Carrots $2.50/bunch Collard Greens $2.50/bunch Cucumbers $2.00/lb

June 24, 2016 Update

THIS WEEK’S HARVEST (June 24, from 2-6 pm): Arugula $2.50/bag *Beets $2.50/bunch Blueberries (limited quantity) $2.50/half pint Broccoli $3.00/bunch Broccoli Greens $2.50/bunch *Carrots $2.50/bunch Collard Greens $2.50/bunch *Cucumbers $2.00/lb Eggs

June 17, 2016 Update

THIS WEEK’S HARVEST (June 17, from 2-6 pm) Arugula $2.50/bag Blueberries (limited quantity) $2.50/half pint Broccoli $3.00/bunch Collard Greens $2.50/bunch Eggs $3.00/half dozen Garlic Scapes $2.00/bunch Kale (assorted varieties) $2.50/bunch

THIS WEEK’S HARVEST (June 10 from 2-6pm): Arugula $2.50/bag Broccoli $3.00/bunch Collard Greens $2.50/bunch Eggs $3.00/half dozen Garlic Scapes $2.00/bunch Kale (assorted varieties $2.50/bunch Kale Mix $2.50/bag Lettuce $2.00/head Mustard

Winter’s work

With the snow pouring down outside, now is a great time for refreshing my knowledge about all things farming. One of my main sources of material for this is the

Fall at Wyck

Despite the unexpectedly wonderful weather recently, it is indeed autumn. With its amazing number of beautiful, old trees, I think fall is the most spectacular season at Wyck. As the leaves

Feeling like winter!

With frost on the ground two mornings in a row and all of the summer crops harvested off of the vines in preparation, it’s really starting to feel and look