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Canada Day deliveries? Yes

Posted on by Patricia Bishop

Hello, Wednesday members!

A reminder to everyone that deliveries are happening as per usual tomorrow, Canada Day. The veggies are still growing, and we are still tending them, packing them, and sending them.

Mosaic Market members, the market is closed but we will be there with a minivan during your regular pick up time.

Enjoy your shares, and Happy Canada Day!

Denise :)

Small scale seed cleaning resources.

Posted on by Rhea Hamlin

You probably noticed pictures, on Facebook, of cleaned flax seeds. A few weeks ago, Patricia asked me to clean some flax seeds she had in storage. Having no experience in seed cleaning, I hit the web to learn the process. If I inspired anyone to give cleaning seeds a try, please reference the following links.

The following links are related to the cleaning process:









The following links are related to seed cleaning equipment:






Chive flowers?

Posted on by Patricia Bishop

Hey everyone,

We just realized (because a member emailed us) that the flowers on your chives did not arrive.

How disappointing after all of Denise's lovely chive flower recipe posts.

We're so sorry about that - somehow we mis-communicated and the flowers got snipped off of some of the chives.  Thanks to the CSA member who emailed otherwise we would never have known!

We will send along chives with flowers the rest of this week.

Thanks and have a wonderful day,


Weeding Day with Ross the Noodle Guy!

Posted on by Patricia Bishop

Sunday June 14th is Weeding Day at TapRoot!

Come out for a fun day at the farm and a hearty lunch by Ross the Noodle Guy!


This Sunday, June 14th, join us as we harvest the greens that do NOT make into your share boxes and enjoy a great day at the farm!

This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know the farm, take a little stroll to explore, and meet the farm community. 


We’ll weed, eat, and weed some more  - come for the morning, the afternoon, or just for lunch!

We’ll start weeding at 11,

then take a break and eat together at 12,
and weed some more between 1.30 and 4.

Ross the Noodle guy will be on site to cook us one of his delicious freshly-prepared pasta dishes ($12 pP).
If you prefer bringing your own pick nick lunch, you're welcome to do that too.


It'll be a fun day on the farm - we hope to see you Sunday!

BYOBugspray & hoes.

Other handy things to bring:
refillable water bottles
sun screen & hat
closed-toe shoes (nettles!)