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Sign Ups are now on for the 2022 CSA season!
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture and Table Top Farm is truly a community-based farm. We are in our 13th… Continue reading »
Sign-Up for our 2018 CSA Summer Program!
We are getting off the ground with our late winter and early spring plantings. The outlook is promising for yet… Continue reading »
Join the Table Top Neighborhood Farm 2017 C.S.A!
Community Supported Agriculture is a great way to support your local Organic farm and get great, fresh delicious vegetables, in-season…. Continue reading »
Winter crops growing on hillside plot
Lots of delicious winter greens, roots and herbs growing at the hillside plot for the season. They are slowly growing… Continue reading »
Bodega Red Potato Harvest
These potatoes are called Bodega Reds. From the 1800’s through the middle of the 1970’s, they were a major potato… Continue reading »
In hopes that the weather forecast might be rainy, Eric Oldmixon hooked up the water tank to the rain gutter… Continue reading »
Community Supported Agriculture Program is expanding
We are adding CSA members right now. Every week, you’ll get a lovely box of the freshest vegetables. You’ll make… Continue reading »
The Farm Stands are always open
Thanks Robert Steinberg for the nice photo of the Cypress Farm Stand!
Artichokes arrive in abundance
The artichokes have arrived!! We planted two varieties (Violetta and Globe) last June up at Whidden’s field (above town). They… Continue reading »
Suddenly, there are many cabbages in the field at Macdonald lane. They are so delicious raw or cooked. A great,… Continue reading »
New compost and manure!
We are now swimming in compost and manure! Thanks to Pt. Reyes Compost (compost) and Five Brooks Ranch (horse manure),… Continue reading »
Surprise Crop! French Radishes (D’Avinon variety)
Hopefully these will show up in the CSA soon, once we start again.
Baby Chicks Are Here!!!
Twenty-two little peeps just arrived yesterday morning in the mail. After their bumpy ride out here from Iowa, they seemed… Continue reading »
Arrival of Purple Cauliflower!
Finally, the purple cauliflower is here! What a surprise it was to be walking among the hip-high rows of broccoli… Continue reading »
TTF discusses Soil Carbon with Marin Carbon Project on KWMR’s Farm and Foodshed Report
Great program on KWMR’s Farm and Foodshed Report with John Wick of Marin Carbon Project, Robin Carpenter (host) and Arron… Continue reading »
Table Top Farm on the Radio with the Greenhorns and friends
http://postcarbon.podomatic.com/entry/2014-11-10T17_16_43-08_00 Highly informative radio program on Post-Carbon Radio about the new agrarian movement and the future of agriculture with: Severine… Continue reading »
Vegetable of the month – White Turnips!
These are amazing! I never liked Turnips before I tried these Hakuri turnips from Japan. I will be growing a… Continue reading »