Last nights dinner was all about Frog Hollow Farm fruits and vegetables. For starters, Becky prepared a succulent salad of ripe peaches, tomatoes, and cucumbers, with a dressing created by Mario…..Read More
It's Sunday morning and we're having Becky's family over for brunch, so Becky is in the kitchen slicing and dicing....mostly stuff from the garden: tomatoes, several kinds of peppers, garlic, red onions, and more…..Read More
We are having an extravaganza of fruit right now with at least 5 or 6 varieties of really delicious fruit all ripen- ing at the same time!Read More
At long last a sizable crop of Robada apricots. Read all about it…Read More
The latest info on our apricot crop for Frog Hollow CSA!Read More
Over the past 2 years at Frog Hollow I’ve learned that you can only plan so much in farming, but ultimately Mother Nature decides what will happen.
At the EcoFarm conference, we met the innovative cider makers from Ethic Ciders. Upon learning that they shared many of our values around organic and regenerative agriculture, we reached out to Ned and Ryan from Ethic and they were eager to apply their ingenuity to making a limited release cider using our pears.Read More
Dear CSA Members,
One of my favorite places on the farm to visit is our experimental garden which is nestled in-between the rows of citrus and blossoming peaches trees. It’s a calming and inspiring area that provides me with great joy and inspires creativity. All the planning and work the farm team did for the garden last year is now coming in to fruition. The Spanish Roja garlic, the French grey shallots, Caraflex cabbage, Fiero Radicchio are just some the produce coming into focus. Of all the beautiful crops that we grow in the garden, my current obsession is the favas.
It is another nail biting transition from winter to spring here in Brentwood. We always want as much rain as possible but late rains in the Bay Area always mean higher risk for brown rot. Read this week’s Note from Farmer Al to learn about what we’re doing to give our early stone fruit crops the best chance.Read More