Carrots are a favorite standby of adults and kids alike…..but do you know how to grow them? Here are some carrot planting tips! Originally printed in HealthSource Magazine My 8 year old is a jokester. He also dislikes vegetables. He’s not one of those spit it out and throw a tantrum in the middle of … More Carrot Planting Tips
The Thursday Night Farm-to-Table Cooking Classes and Cooking Club are officially launched. We had such an adventurous, awesome group that came out to learn how to prepare fresh, seasonal veggies! Many thanks to all that braved the mist and cool weather. I think we were pretty toasty in the hoop house, adorned with beautiful white … More Farm-to-Table Cooking Class Success!!!
In our humble opinion, there’s no other way. We’ve got to support local farms. Learn why in this week’s post… The Biggest Reason We Love Our Small Farm We all know the drill. Work, school, rushing here, rushing there. Laundry, cleaning toilets, grocery shopping. Add social media on top of that. Life is flying by. … More The Biggest Reason We Love Our Small Farm
Our dear friend and longtime farm member Kathleen is an experienced chef and food manager in the St Johns county school district. She is one of the hardest working, most genuine and knowledgable people we know. We’re so happy to showcase what she’s doing with her school gardens! Kathleen, take it away! About Kathleen: Hi my … More KYV supports Farm to School Initiatives with Chef Kathleen Damiano
My story isn’t much different than others who have transitioned to a whole foods plant-based diet. Typically, it starts out based on health and over time transitions to ethical reasons. So what exactly is my story…. I grew up in a southern-traditional household where food was fried and bacon grease was saved and used in … More One Member’s Journey from Ill Health to Enlightenment
My husband, Charlie, and I are “Charter Members of KyV Farm. Our challenge was learning about al the new vegetables from KyV and eating them all. There are SO many vegetables to pick up each time. Thankfully they are just picked an have a long refrigerator life. Our meals are more varied and interesting. Most restaurants … More Home from KyV Farm picking beans and potatoes!