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Posted 1/15/2014 12:31pm by Andy Watson.

We have a possible site at Pflaum Rd. and Monona Drive if that interests anyone. We need a few members to be interested before we make it official so we are just checking if this area is closer to anyone.


Thanks

Posted 1/9/2014 11:31am by Andy Watson.

The new near East pick-up site is at 2925 Hermina Street, Madison WI 53704

Posted 1/1/2014 10:18pm by Andy Watson.

Happy New Year! We are excited about the new season and the new year and we hope you had a great holiday. Check out some of our new photos in the gallery. They were taken by Emma Cassidy, a workshare at the farm last season. You can check out her website at www.eacas.com

Posted 12/30/2013 6:03pm by Andy Watson.

Hello, 


We hope you had a great holiday. Below is the link for the 2014 member letter for you to read over. It is an overview of our practices as well as some 2014 information. It is also posted on the website under the JOIN tab which is where you can go to sign up when ready.

Stay warm this winter and have a Happy New Year! 

Click on this link to read more about our farm...
http://sfc.smallfarmcentral.com/dynamic_content/uploadfiles/1320/Member%20Letter%202014%203.pdf



Posted 12/6/2013 10:15am by Andy Watson.

Head to the website http://sproutingacres.com/members/types to sign up for the 2014 season. Thanks for making our farm possible.

The Sprouting Acres Crew

Posted 12/5/2013 8:43am by Andy Watson.

Our pick-up site member is moving and we need another site in Oregon. Let us know if you are interested and we can discuss specifics about what it entails. 

Posted 12/4/2013 9:17pm by Andy Watson.

We are looking for a new pick up site on the near East side of Madison. Our current site is just off of East Washington and First St. Somewhere in that area would be great. Please send us an email if this interests you or you want more information.

Posted 10/24/2013 5:10pm by Andy Watson.

Hello,


We forgot to put kale on the newsletter so you will see it in your box today. Also, a reminder that the boxes are comprised of cold weather crops but most will suffer and be unusable if left outside tonight. It is supposed to be around 27F in the wee hours of the morning which will freeze everything in there. So, please pick up your boxes tonight so you can enjoy them unfrozen.


Thanks and once again, thanks for a great growing season. You'll hear from us soon!

 


Andy

Posted 10/23/2013 10:32pm by Andy Watson.

Hello and welcome to the last box of the season, box number 22. It's been a great season. Thanks for being a part of it and making our farm possible.

 

Have a great weekend, winter, and hope to hear from you next season.


The newsletter is below.

 


http://sfc.smallfarmcentral.com/dynamic_content/uploadfiles/1320/newsletter%2022a.pdf

Posted 10/16/2013 9:51pm by Andy Watson.

Welcome to week 21! This is the last ODD, EOW box. You wil be getting an online survey from us very soon. Please take a few minutes to fill it out. We use the surveys and your comments in our planning for next year. The survey will come as a separate email so keep your eyes open for that. If you are an EOW share ending this week, we hope you have had a great season with Sprouting Acres and we would love to see you back again next year. Sign up for 2014 will start in early December this year so look for the new season info email from us. We would love to hear from you about the season and don't forget to keep buying local if you can. It really does help the community you live in when you keep your food dollars in the area. 


Have a great weekend and the newsletter is below.


http://sfc.smallfarmcentral.com/dynamic_content/uploadfiles/1320/newsletter%2021a.pdf

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