Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), cabbage

What is a CSA

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a way to buy organic produce directly from the farmer. Customers can purchase “shares” in the harvest, and receive fresh product each week of the season. At Groché Organics, when we harvest vegetables, we put them in a water quench within 15 minutes. This pulls the heat out, to keep them fresh longer. We then store them in a 38 degree F cooler. Produce stays fresh about three weeks when picked at maturity. We will […]

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Pick your own pumpkin

2013 CSA Membership

2013 Groche Organic CSA Membership Form Groche Organic Worker Share Information

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Organic squash, tomatoes, cabbage, red cabbage, green peppers, red peppers, green beans, vegetables

Organic Vegetables

“When we were kids, the first thing my dad told us to do when we picked a vegetable to eat was to wash it. In those days chemicals were used for gardening to handle the pests. Today, as organic farmers, our sons can pick vegetables and eat them right from the garden, no washing required.” – Brian Gronski Why organic? As you can read above, the vegetables are safe to eat prior to washing. And, organic farms work toward eliminating […]

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Saturday 05/28 20%
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Cloudy. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 79F. Winds SSW at 10 to 20 mph.
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Sunday 05/29 50%
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Mixed clouds and sun with scattered thunderstorms. High 76F. Winds WSW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 50%.
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Monday 05/30 10%
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A mainly sunny sky. High 82F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph.
Corn maze at Halloween

This year, you can walk through the pumpkin wagon. Yes, we said “walk through“! The seven and a half acre corn maze at Groché Organic Farms is cut to the shape of a tractor pulling a pumpkin wagon. What fun you’ll have discovering the twists and turns of the corn path, traveling through pumpkin shapes, tractor tires, and uh-oh, coming to a dead end? Then it’s back-tracking a bit to find the right path and work your way to the […]

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