Anyone Going to Eugene or Portland?

  • August 17, 2011

    Hi everyone,


    A quick query to see if anyone is driving to Eugene or Portland this Friday or Saturday. We are looking for a ride for our dearest pal, Marisa (aka the Farm Saviour), who comes from Hawaii to help us on the farm for a few weeks each summer. She flies back to Hilo on Sunday out of Portland (sniff) and we are hoping to help her avoid the 3-bus marathon jou...

Week 11: August 15th

  • August 17, 2011


    Jump for joy, tomato season is early this year!!! We didn’t anticipate having enough tomatoes to put into your totes until the last week of August, but they have come on strong – 2 weeks earlier than expected. My mom, Betsy, is the tomato queen and she cultivates a myriad of varietie...

Week 10: August 8th

  • August 10, 2011

    Orange Food

    The carrots are here! Orange, sweet, and so unlike grocery store carrots. Every year I look forward to them with a special anticipation, and once they have finally fattened up to a harvestable size, a sense of calm relief comes over me. They mark a turn in our farming season, towar...

Important Updates from the Farm

  • July 31, 2011

    We want to alert you to a few unexpected changes for the coming week of August 1. Tragically, Roberto's younger brother died on Thursday in an electrical accident in Washington. Roberto will be gone all week in Wenatchee with his family. Without his invaluable help on the farm in the coming days, a couple of things will be different this week:


    1. There will be...

Week 8: July 25th

  • July 27, 2011

    Local Abundance

    Pasture-raised eggs and broilers. Grass-finished beef. Raw honey. Fresh produce. Heritage turkeys. Organic blueberries.


    You name it, and these days Langlois has it. The turn towards eating locally has enabled a cluster of loc...

Week 7: July 18th

  • July 20, 2011

    Summer is Back!

    The recent drizzle made it hard not to feel like we were being robbed a week of precious summer. After all, there are only so many sunny days that inspire you to jump into the creek each year (!!) and to lose five in the middle of July – unheard of!!! Nevertheless, it looks lik...

Bulk Basil Available!

  • July 13, 2011

    The basil crop is coming on strong and we finally have enough to offer it in bulk to those of you who love it! There's nothing better than thawing out some homemade pesto in the middle of winter!


    Bulk Basil Details:

    • $14/pound - primo tops only, no stem!
    • Available in 1 pound increments only. We will fill orders as the basil is ava...

Week 6: July 11th

  • July 13, 2011

    New Foods, New Flavors!

    Peas, beets and cabbage, hooray! The Harvest Baskets took a marked turn this week with a cast of new characters jammed in there. Read up on Kitchen Tips, below, for eating and storage ideas.



Week 5: July 4th

  • July 6, 2011

    The Reality and Reward of Eating Seasonally


    Radishes again?!?!!!


    I kept imagining that refrain as you opened up your totes this week, to once more find kale, broccoli, hakurei turnips, lettuce, radishes, and strawberries in there –...

Strawberries Available by the Flat!

  • July 4, 2011

    The strawberries are in their prime right now: huge, sweet, red and abundant!


    We are offering them by the flat to our farm members at our wholesale price of $35 per flat, by special order. 


    If you would like to get a flat - or two, or three - to freeze, jam, or eat fresh, send us an...