Tom Palley, owner
23600 Hopper Lane
Covelo, CA 95428
April 12, 2013
What is the golden parachute that allows a farmer to enjoy the golden years that might follow a productive life? For the small farmer that would be the trees planted, now bearing fruit and nuts.
Covelo Organic vegetables & flowers has begun a twenty fifth season of production for CSA members. We will also sell at markets in Covelo, Willits, Ukiah and Fort Bragg and wholesale to retail stores and restaurants in Mendocino County.
The Garlic got weeded and dressed with compost and is already flavorful for green garlic prior to cloving up in june. The carrots, beets, turnips, parsnips, cilantro, spinach & peas have all been direct sown a month ago and have successfully emerged in rows along their raised beds. Cabbage, cauliflower, onions, kale, collards and potatoes have been planted out. Summer starts are filling the greenhouse.
It is looking good for 2013:
will you become a member and enjoy our harvest?
2013 Community Supported Agriculture
The 2013 CSA season begins in June. The cost is $550 for 22 weeks, and $500 for 25 weeks for Covelo residents. Memberships are available now: print out our membership sheet and mail it in with your fee.
See what the farm has been up to and find out about our previous CSA boxes; read through our 2011, 2010 and 2009 CSA newsletters.
Chefs and Restauranteurs
If you have a local restaurant or market and need high quality organic produce delivered, we would be only too happy to oblige. Give Tom a call. Want to see Covelo Organic in your neighborhood? Let your favorite restaurants and markets know.
Where to Find More of Us
In the mood for a fresh delicious meal?
Support restaurants who seasonally purchase from our farm:
You can find Covelo Organic vegetables and produce in season at
the following markets:
Covelo Organic Contact Information