The Lock Farm under the direction of Farmer John is getting ready for a fantastic growing season.
All of these and much more will be available at the Lock Farm this spring and summer.
Don’t miss out on opportunities to have locally grown produce come to you through the Lock Farm’s Thursday Market (if you live in Frederick MD), the Lock Farm’s Fields To Meals (if you are a resident of Frederick MD or Shippensburg PA) or come by the Lock Farm in Shippensburg.
The Lock Farm provides food with integrity. These are foods that have lots of vitamins,flavors and colors. They are good for your health. These foods have no travel damage, and no antibiotics. These fruits and vegetables have had little if any storage time.
It may seem that these foods cost more than what can be found in the grocery store but in the long run the benefits to your good health are worth it.
Contact the Lock Farm to see how you can provide your family and yourself with fresh, wholesome food.
One source for buying locally produced food is to join the Lock Farm’s Fields to Meals. With the Fields to Meals you not only get the assurance of knowing that you are providing your family and yourself with fresh, wholesome food but you get the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to keep an area produce farm in production.
Winter has been filled with overcast days and bar code food. It is a great time to reflect and appreciate the colors and flavors of other seasons. It is also the time to prepare for the fresh foods of spring and summer.
Think about applying for Fields To Meals at the Lock Farm. You won’t be disappointed!
Over the past months Farmer, with a little help, has filled the new greenhouse to the max with seedlings just waiting for the warm days of spring to go out into the field. These vegetables will be available to YOU through the Lock Farm FIELDS TO MEALS, the Thursday Market (in Frederick, MD) and, of course at the Lock Farm on Ritner Highway in Shippensburg.
For more information on how you can obtain fresh, locally grown produce from the Lock Farm contact Farmer John.
Some of our “little ones” are already doing fine in the high tunnel.
Can you guess what vegetable these are growing to be?