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Tomatoes and Garlic a Great Combination

and they are both available at the Lock Farm.
Soft-neck Garlic
Hard-neck Garlic
Yummy Red Tomatoes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Come visit the Lock Farm in Shippensburg at 822 Ritner Highway for locally grown fresh vegetables (like green beans, kale, zucchini, beets, onions and sweet corn.
The Lock Farm is open daily from 10 am to 7 pm , except Thursdays.
The Lock Farm –  Where Eating Fresh Begins!!!          
Market List for August 9th…
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First Day of Summer

It’s the first day of summer and the Lock Farm has:
cucumbers, broccoli, kohlrabi, beets, kale and garlic for sale at the farm at 822 Ritner Highway, Shippensburg.
Cucumbers, Broccoli, Kohlrabi

 

 

 

 

 

 

Green beans, zucchini and tomatoes are on the way.

Where’s the Sun???

Little Bear Is Checking the Weather
Lock Farm’s Little Bear is wondering if the sun is going to shine today.
Despite the many rainy days Farmer John has many delicious crops ready for sale at the Lock Farm and through the Thursday Market.
For more information contact Farmer John (farmerjohn@lockfarm.net or 301-639-6988) or our website: http://www.lockfarm.net
Current List of Available Produce
Continue reading Where’s the Sun???

Cucumbers Arrive at the Lock Farm

In less than a week these ‘little ones’ will be all grown up and ready to go into the Lock Farm Fields to Meals. Others will be sold through Lock Farm’s Thursday Market or at our farm stand in Shippensburg.

 

 

Here is what our cucumbers look like in the high tunnel:
Up They Grow

Getting Ready for Summer

Garlic Growing in the Snow
      On the Lock Farm we have been getting ready for spring and summer for weeks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

plants

 

Our garlic was planted in October. Weeks ago we started crops that will be planted in our high tunnel.
Even the Soil Is Made Ready
We are getting ready to serve the local community with fresh, seasonally grown vegetables and fruits.  Spring into action and find out about the LOCK FARM’S offerings.
We serve the Shippensburg PA community and the Frederick MD community with our Fields To Meals and our virtual Markets.
Don’t be left out in the cold this spring and summer. Sign up now for the Fields To Meals.

A Summer Duet

What is summer without tomatoes and sweet corn?

Corn and tomatoes
Sweet Corn and Tomatoes

Farmer John knows this and now has both available at the Lock Farm…

If you live in Frederick Maryland take advantage of the Lock Farm’s Thursday Market.

If you live in Shippensburg PA. you can purchase delicious tomatoes, sweet corn and other seasonal produce at the Lock Farm… 822 Ritner Highway (Rt. 11) Open every day but Thursday.

The Lock Farm Welcomes You

Cucumbers – The LOCK FARM’s Got Them

How many cucumbers can you find?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cucumbers, zucchini, lettuce and garden plants are available at the Lock Farm, either at the farm in Shippensburg or in Frederick Maryland through the Thursday Market or Fields To Meals.
However you get them don’t miss out on the opportunity to enjoy locally grown, seasonal produce.
For more information contact Farmer John at farmerjohn@lockfarm.net 
or on the phone at 301-639-6988.

If You Like Fresh Vegetables

The Lock Farm offers two ways to help you eat more vegetables:

THURSDAY MARKET

tomato
Small Green Tomato
cucumber on vine
Cucumber
beets
Beets

FIELDS TO MEALS

zucchini
Zucchini
lettuce
Red Leaf Lettuce

The Lock Farm Gets Ready

The Lock Farm under the direction of Farmer John is getting ready for a fantastic growing season.
Watermelons   

 

Peppers
Cabbages

 

 

 

                                                                               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.
For more information contact Farmer John at farmerjohn@lockfarm.net./phone 301-639-6988

Tired of Bar Code Food???

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.
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Spinach
Berries by the Quart
Berries by the Quart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Think about applying for Fields To Meals at the Lock Farm. You won’t be disappointed!