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…to our community! Hometown Harvest celebrates 7 successful years in business. It’s been a terrific run and we expect things to only get better!
The 350 girls arrived last Monday the 18th, we have had them inside the mobile coops for just over 1 week and although we maybe should keep them in there for a bit longer I am tired of dodging chicken poop when I go inside to feed and water and because they can roost above […]
The 85 Blackberry plants arrived, we had planned on saving them to plant at an upcoming field day on Saturday but we were not sure about leaving them in the box that many days, so we decided to plant them ourselves on Friday. It took less than an hour to plant the 85 plants, they […]
Our #HH30Day challenge isn’t just about food. It’s about a food revolution! Saying yes to a new challenge is never easy. And our #HH30Day challenge isn’t just about food. It’s about a food revolution! We hope to challenge you to redefine the way you think about food and how you choose what you eat every […]
Warmer weather. Later nights. Blooming flowers. Time on the patio. What’s not to love about Spring? We think these three recipes are perfect for family dinners, entertaining and everything in-between! Plus, they use local and nutritious products sourced by Hometown Harvest. What’s not to love? Seared Tuna Medallions with Citrus Salsa: A fresh and light […]
We decided this year to try our hand at planting some unique varieties of potatoes, we have Blue potatoes and an yellow and red fingerling. First when the 200# of potatoes arrived you have to spend time cutting them up into pieces so that each piece has at least one “eye” in it and this […]
According to a report by the Time Use Institute, the average length of a grocery shopping trip is 41 minutes. 41 minutes in the store – not making a list, loading family in the car, driving from home, or any of the other things you have to do just to get to the front door. […]
I was so excited to get to run the tractor today, discing up the field. I have never really learned how to run a tractor, as a child my father lost patience with me and I gave up learning how to do field work, so Tony is now teaching me. After you disc, you have […]