Want a garden but don’t know how to get started? Or maybe you’ve tried in the past but need some help? Come to our first ever Gardening 101 class! We will cover our 4 Ps of backyard gardening:
Placing your garden
Prepping your garden
Planting your garden
Progress in your garden
Cost is $15 and must be paid to reserve your spot (cash, check, or PayPal using firstname.lastname@example.org).
Attendees are encouraged to bring a soil sample to the class, which we will submit on your behalf. The additional cost for this service is $6 per sample and may be paid at the class. For instructions on obtaining a soil sample, see our tutorial.
We’ve survived some frigid weather this winter and while we are thankful for it as it only helps to rid the area of the pests that do so much damage, we are very much looking forward to Spring with its warmer temperatures and opportunities to be back in the dirt! We have placed our seed order just this week, and now we can publish our Plant List so that you all can start planning your gardens with your Harp & Shamrock Croft plants! Take a look: Plant list 2018
Stay tuned for information on our Backyard Gardening 101 Class where we will show you how to get started growing your own chemical-free food! Stay warm!
You did it! Thanks to your generosity the Crowdfunding campaign, “Raise the Greenhouse,” met its goal. We cannot thank you enough.
We’ve got exciting news! Since so many of you enjoyed our inaugural CSA program (approximately 150 in fact!), we are bringing it back for another season! If you don’t know what CSA means, it stands for Community Supported Agriculture, and it is basically a weekly subscription to our freshest chemical-free produce. Each share for Spring and Fall costs $20 and will contain about $23 worth of produce; Summer costs $25 per week and will contain about $27 worth of veggies and/or eggs. What a great value, right?
Now, the exciting part is that you can save even more! If you decide to sign up for all three seasons, we’re offering a 5% discount! That’s like getting a whole week’s share for free!
Even better, we are offering an Early Bird discount at 5% in addition to signing up for the entire season! So, if you sign up for all three seasons, and you do it by December 31, 2017, you can be on your way to 18 weeks of produce for only $360!
Take a look at the contract below, which includes the pricing, pickup dates, and other information, and let us know if you have any questions. We are here for you!
CLICK HERE: CSA contract 2018
Hello, Everyone. We hope that your snowy weekend has been enjoyable.
Two weeks into the Campaign and everything has been going great. So far we have reached 29% of the goal. A few of the footers for the 30’x12’x50′ donated frame went in this week, so we hope to be done and have the frame fully in place soon.
The funds raised through the campaign will help to buy the 6mil plastic, end walls, side venting system, and door.
Can you please take a minute and look at our Campaign by clicking on the photo below and share with your family, friends, co-workers, etc. The more supporters that we get the faster we can get to work for 2018.
We appreciate and value your support!
Paul and Jenni Callahan
Harp & Shamrock Croft, LLC
We had a great event! Thanks to everyone who set up as vendors and the hundreds of people who came to support other small farmers, bakers, and artisans! We appreciate your support.
One of the patrons at the event put this great video together, so click on the photo below:
Come visit your favorite small farm this weekend! We’ve got a big party planned with live music, food, animals for petting, and shopping! We’ve got 14 vendors who will be selling baked goods, art, produce, meat, handmade items like pottery, aprons, goat milk soap, knitted hats and gloves, and many, many more awesome goods!
We’ve also got PUMPKINS of all sizes! Our Fall Farm Day is free, and the whole family is welcome! Come see us Saturday afternoon 4-8 PM at 1296 Woods Chapel Rd, Duncan. We can’t wait to see you!
Tomatoes are here, and you know what that means! Tomato sandwiches, tomato sauce, Caprese salad, and homemade fresh salsa! At our store and at our tent at Hub City Farmers’ Market you can grab yourself a kit where we have the freshest tomatoes, peppers, and onions to make your own! Here’s how:
- Just chop up all your veggies.
- Toss together with a little acid (lemon juice, lime juice, apple cider vinegar, or white vinegar; or a combination!).
- Add salt and pepper to taste; you may even want just a smidge of something sweet like local honey.
- You can also add cilantro, but of course it isn’t in season around here right now.
- If you prefer a smoother (rather than chunky) salsa, just zip a stick blender through your veggies.
And there you go! This is a really simple recipe but so delicious! Serve with chips, put it on your tacos, chili, eggs, or wherever!
Our Fresh Salsa Kit is only $8!