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Snipes sprouting seeds for CSA season

Victoria Lautsbaugh, Director of the Snipes Farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program, and her assistant Nicholas Cole are excited about all the beautiful seedlings coming up in the greenhouse. Other good news includes Snipes Farm’s nearly complete Pennsylvania organic certification process.

“We have farmed without pesticides, GMO seeds or chemical fertilizers for 10 years, but this will make it official. Approval should come this spring,” explained Victoria.

“With the planning, seed and soil ordering and first plantings we begin another season of growing food for the community,” she said.

“Greens from our hoop house and fresh eggs have been delighting customers at the Yardley Winter Farmer’s Market.”

Soon the market will resume outdoors, and their CSA program will bring families back to Snipes Farm for veggie, fruit and egg pick-ups.

“It’s wonderful when you know your farmers and see your food growing!” Victoria exclaimed.

For a healthy and inspired 2018 season, connect your family to Snipes Farm CSA for 24 weeks of fresh food, recipes, cooking demonstrations and potlucks.

For more information visit www.snipesfarm.org/food.

PHOTO CAP: Victoria Lautsbaugh (left) and Nicholas Cole