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Why We Sell Spring Seedlings

Why We Sell Spring Seedlings

My passion for growing food fuels me daily. The love for seed in soil started so long ago... and still burns deep inside. I never tire of fulfilling the potential each piece of land holds to provide nourishing food that brings family and friends together over the...

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Could You Use More Veggies?

Could You Use More Veggies?

After a long Winter, I can’t help but notice the birds singing again in the morning. Have you heard them? For me, their chatter has always been one of the first signs of Spring. The days are getting longer, we’re feeling hints of warmer weather, and the first push of...

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If Not Now, Then When?

If Not Now, Then When?

I believe anything is possible when we put our whole hearts, minds, and energy into it. The path may be long. It may be scary.  But all possibilities are exactly that... possible.   Yes, change and decision can feel intimidating and overwhelming. Our minds will always...

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Turn-ip the Taste

Turn-ip the Taste

Ya know, you might think because I'm an organic farmer that I'm all natural, healthy and grew up eating all kinds of veggies... But let me tell ya, I grew up in central New York state in the 70's and 80's eating mostly high sodium canned veggies.  My Dad is not a big...

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Kale Yeah!

Kale Yeah!

At Oak Spring Farm, we love our greens! They’re an important source of key nutrients -- easily overlooked in the standard American diet -- yet so easily incorporated into practically any dish.  Whether spinach, arugula, chard, collards, endive, mustard, beet and...

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Lettuce Love

Lettuce Love

Lettuce love is in the air at Oak Spring Farm -- whether fresh from the fields or nurtured in one of our high tunnels -- it’s a popular veggie here. Our lettuces are included on their own, but mostly, they give our salad mixes individual flare. We mix and match:...

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