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2009 Abbo Crop Calendar

Crop: May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov
Artichokes         X X X
Arugula X X     X X X
Asian Greens X X     X X  
Basil     X X X    
Beets   X X X X X X
Beans-Dry           X X
Beans-Snap     X X      
Braising Mix   X     X X X
Broccoli     X   X X  
Brussel Sprouts         X X  
Cabbage     X X X X  
Carrots   X X X X X X
Cauliflower     X X X X  
Celeriac           X  
Celery         X X  
Cilantro       X X X  
Cucumbers     X X X    
Dill     X X X    
Edamame     X X      
Eggplant       X X    
Endive/Escarol         X X X
Fennel     X X X X  
Garlic     X X X X  
Kale X X X X X X X
Leeks         X X  
Lettuce Mix X X     X X  
Lettuce Heads   X X   X X X
Melons         X    
Onions-bulb         X X X
Onions-green   X X X X    
Parsley   X X X X X  
Parsnips           X X
Peas   X X        
Peppers-Hot         X X  
Peppers-Sweet       X X X  
Potatoes       X X X X
Radishes X X     X X X
Radicchio         X X X
Rutabaga           X X
Spinach X X     X X X
Squash-Summer     X X X    
Squash-Winter         X X X
Swiss Chard   X X X X X X
Tomatoes       X X X  
Turnips         X X X
Watermelon         X    

Did you know?

Only about 10% of the fossil fuel energy used in the world's food system is used in production; the other 90% goes into packaging, transportation, and marketing.
 

Quotes

"Let us never forget that the cultivation of the earth is the most important labor of man. Man may be civilized in some degree without great progress in manufactures and with little commerce with his distant neighbors. But without the cultivation of the earth, he is, in all countries, a savage. Until he gives up the chase and fixes himself in some place, and seeks a living from the earth, he is a roaming barbarian. When tillage begins, other arts follow. The farmers, therefore, are the founders of civilization."
~Daniel Webster

Resties

Laudisio's - Boulder, Colorado

Laudisio Italian Restaurant is a Boulder tradition! Family owned and operated for 20 years , Laudisio uses the freshest local ingredients available, to best utilize and reflect the beauty of the Boulder County gardens, waters and farms.

Our chefs create new, bolder tastes for today's palate, with innovative and exciting daily lunch and dinner features, including gluten-free menus! 2009 marks the 20th Anniversary of Laudisio Italian Restaurant in Boulder!

Save the Date

Thursday Feb 3- Lasater Beef
Pick up for the January 2011 order is Feb 3, 2011 from 4-6pm.

Saturday Feb. 5- Dream Share Mingle
Dream Share members please join us for a soup luck and sharing from 2:30 - 5 and linger longer. RSVP

Friday February 18- Dirt- The Movie
Join in the studio at 7pm
The next movie date is 3/17.

Sunday Feb 27- Book Club 2011
The first of our five titles from February thru October is "Radical Homemakers; Reclaiming Domesticity from a Consumer Culture." by Shannon Hayes. Contact me if you would like to join us and I'll send you the book. Cover price is $23.95, I have to charge tax, but I will send it to you for free.
We will meet February 27 from 4 - 5:30 to discuss.

Vanishing of the Bees
What an amazing success, what a wonderful film. We will reshow this! Please contact me if you are interested - and we'll set a date!

April 2 - Boulder Farmers Market Begins!
8am - 2pm

CSA 2010 is closed

  • Don't Forget to Read Farm Notes on the Center Page for updates
      • Here's a sample box from October!
      • Celery
      • Celeriac
      • Onions
      • Carrots
      • Beets
      • Cabbage
      • Winter Squash
      • Black Beans
    CSA 2011 is not yet open

    Where We Are

    Spring is Coming!
    Thursdays are open for visitation. We are packing seed orders and chatting it up with friends and family. In addition to eggs and seeds, there are also dry beans and some root stocks floating around and available. The home farm is located at 10145 Oxford Rd. We hope to see you soon!

    303-485-7818

    info@eatabbo.org

      Boulder Farmers Market re-opens Saturdays on April 2 from 8-2 and Wednesdays on May 4 from 4-8

      This year we will also have seeds at the Longmont Farmer's Market for the first 6 markets.

    Weather at the Farm

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