Can’t wait until the CSA starts on June 9th! It’s gonna be awesome, I can feel it already. Here’s the scoop:

Hastings Farm is excited to provide a limited number of CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) shares this coming season. CSA is a great way to get the freshest produce available, directly form the farmer.
Our CSA runs for 20 weeks from June 9th through October 20th, and costs $400. Pickup is every Sunday, anytime between 5-7 PM at 974 West Mountain Rd., Queensbury. 
Any given week will contain a variety of produce, including greens, winter squash, heirloom tomatoes, onions, potatoes, beets and watermelon. Feel free to request your favorite veggie! We’ll do our best to provide it.
If you’re interested, or would like more information, please be in touch with Brittany Hastings (that’s me, the farmer!) at (518) 222 9493 or at hastingsfarming@gmail.com. Shares are very limited, so be sure to sign up early! 

Can’t wait until the CSA starts on June 9th! It’s gonna be awesome, I can feel it already. Here’s the scoop:

Hastings Farm is excited to provide a limited number of CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) shares this coming season. CSA is a great way to get the freshest produce available, directly form the farmer.

Our CSA runs for 20 weeks from June 9th through October 20th, and costs $400. Pickup is every Sunday, anytime between 5-7 PM at 974 West Mountain Rd., Queensbury. 

Any given week will contain a variety of produce, including greens, winter squash, heirloom tomatoes, onions, potatoes, beets and watermelon. Feel free to request your favorite veggie! We’ll do our best to provide it.

If you’re interested, or would like more information, please be in touch with Brittany Hastings (that’s me, the farmer!) at (518) 222 9493 or at hastingsfarming@gmail.com. Shares are very limited, so be sure to sign up early! 

Why does my heart leap at a sunny day in January and my thoughts turn to seed catalogues? Because it’s in my blood.
Colleen Plimpton
Expect beautiful green peppers for Friday’s market! Just had some on shish kebobs earlier. There will be zucchini and summer squash this week too, and the cucumbers and tomatoes won’t be far behind. Yum!

Expect beautiful green peppers for Friday’s market! Just had some on shish kebobs earlier. There will be zucchini and summer squash this week too, and the cucumbers and tomatoes won’t be far behind. Yum!

Tomatoes galore! Take that former zone 3 field!

Tomatoes galore! Take that former zone 3 field!

Farmers’ Market

First farmers’ market of the year tomorrow! Come say hi and check out the tomato plants at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market, from 3 to 6.

The Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market is a “producer only” market, limiting sales to locally grown, raised and prepared products including produce, plants, cut flowers, dairy, poultry, meats, maple syrup, honey, wine, preserves, baked goods and refreshments.

Can’t wait! :)

Tomatoes out in the greenhouse have really taken off! This is a huge difference from just a couple weeks ago. Should have some extra plant starts for the first market now.

Tomatoes out in the greenhouse have really taken off! This is a huge difference from just a couple weeks ago. Should have some extra plant starts for the first market now.

A few seedlings well on their way…

A few seedlings well on their way…

The bulk of my seeds are ordered! I think I’m most looking forward to planting sunflowers and beans right now. There’s something about stuffing such large seeds in the ground and having them germinate so quickly that’s fun to see. I’m just a big kid at heart I suppose!
(…spring, you can come out now…)

The bulk of my seeds are ordered! I think I’m most looking forward to planting sunflowers and beans right now. There’s something about stuffing such large seeds in the ground and having them germinate so quickly that’s fun to see. I’m just a big kid at heart I suppose!

(…spring, you can come out now…)

The Garden Song, by David Mallet. I’ll be singing this next spring, count on it.