one love squash 044Hello Everyone,

I hope you all have had a wonderful week. It’s hard to believe that summer is almost over and Autumn is on our heels. We have been busy harvesting and readying our fields for our fall and winter plantings and  are just beginning to pick our winter squash.We have many tasty and beautiful varieties to come. Most of them will keep through the long months of winter so stock up for your colourful display. Remember that many of the varieties benefit from some amount of “curing”,  which entails letting them sit at room temperature from a couple of weeks to a couple months. When purchasing, don’t be afraid to ask if your squash has been cured and ready to eat.

There is only one week left for voting for the We Heart Local Awards. You can vote daily if you so desire. One Love Farm has been nominated in the “vegetable and greenhouse grower ” category and The Abbotsford Farm and Country Market has been nominated in the Farmer’s Market category. A mere 100 votes separates our 6th place ranking rom 1st place.  Thank-you for taking the time.

Also avalble from our farm stand Tuesday and Friday 3pm-7pm and \Sat and the Abbotsford Farm and Country Market Saturdays from 9am to 1pm

Unpasteurized honey

Tomatoes

Sweet Peppers

Tomatillos

Potatoes

Pasnips

kale

collards

chard

lettuce

red russian garlic

onions

beans

summer squash

dahlia bunches

fresh herbs

Thank-you and see you at the farm,

Farmer Chris

 

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About One Love Farm

We are a small-scale organic farm, using sustainable farming methods, to grow a variety of heritage vegetables, herbs and edible flowers for local restaurants, markets and our road-side stand.
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