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R P and B

Here are some of the highlights of what is going on at the LOCK FARM.

Rosie makes herself comfortable in the rhubarb patch while Mary harvests.

The potato plants are above ground
And the green beans are in bloom.

It is not too late to sign up for the LOCK FARM’s Fields to Meals.

The Promise of Good Things to Come

The strawberry patch at the Lock Farm has been uncovered from its winter protection. The plants and blossoms look great and are the beginnings of a delicious berry crop.

These strawberries will be part of the Lock Farm’s FIELDS TO MEALS program. They may also be available in the farm’s THURSDAY MARKET and ON THE FARM.

For more information: Farmer John – 301-639-6988 or email : lockfarm@lockfarm. net

Lock Farm’s New Helper

Introducing Rosie. She came to us toward the end of last season and has become a charming addition to the Lock Farm’s staff. Her duties include:

mouse patrol

high tunnel management

and supervisor of R&R.

Rosie wants you to know that Lock Farm’s FTM applications are now available. Just put your paw on Fields to Meals.

Tomatoes and Beets

What do tomatoes and beets have in common?

Both are red

Both are great foods for heart health.

Both are available (in season) at the Lock Farm through our

Fields to Meals CSA

Thursday Market

and at the farm.

Happy Valentines Day!

Little Pup Looks Over the Tomato Plants

It may be cold, bitter cold outside, but in the high tunnel it is nice and warm. Little Pup likes to pass inspection every now and then. What she really looks for in the high tunnel are the mice that come inside to get warm… she has yet to catch one.

Lock Farm’s FIELDS TO MEALS Applications Are Now Available

Get ready for a delicious and healthy Spring, Summer and Fall with the Lock Farm FIELDS TO MEALS.

Click here for APPLICATIONS.

A Sign for the Times

As many are looking for a source for fresh, seasonal vegetables the LOCK FARM makes it easier to find such items. A new sign was erected on the farm. It stands right in front of one of the active fields. It was designed and put in place by Cary Murray of Walnut Bottom Signs.

We like it and hope our customers do too.

We also hope that many passersby will think of the benefits of eating seasonally grown produce and stop by.

Why not make a commitment to the exciting adventure of seasonal eating by joining the Lock Farm’s CSA. Our CSA is called FIELDS TO MEALS (FTM). If you and your family are interested in eating better and feeling better check it out: Fields to Meals.

Our summer FTM, Summer Delights, begins June 18th. Join and let us serve you with good eating and good health.