Grace knows good food when she sees it (and tastes it!), but she has grown up part of the Pahl Farms family so it’s been a little easier for her. The good news is that you can be a part of the Pahl Farms family too by joining our Community Supported Agriculture Program (CSA).
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs allow residents to have direct access to high quality, fresh produce grown locally. At its heart a Community Supported Agriculture program revolves around a meaningful relationship between a farmer, a set of farm members, and a piece of farmland.
Choosing and decorating a Christmas tree is one of the most festive activities of the holiday season. Take the worry and guessing out of selecting and caring for your fresh cut Christmas tree by following these simple steps.
Meet Pahl’s Market December Featured Employee!
Winter is here? Looks like we will not have an Indian summer this year. However there are several things that can still be done for the fall cleanup and to prepare for the winter. First, cleaning up the leaves and dead plant material from the flower beds. There are a few plants and shrubs that […]
Meet Pahl’s Market November Featured Employee!
The 2018 Pahl’s Market “Something for Every Season” calendars contain over $300 worth of money savings coupons and make great stocking stuffers for your favorite gardener! Purchase your calendar at the market any time after November 24th and start saving as early as December 2017!
One of the many challenging things about farming is hurdling all of the obstacles Mother Nature throws our way. Recently this rain has been kicking our butts, and now she’s decided to throw in a frost or two. While an early light frost, like last night, doesn’t have too much effect on the remaining crops it […]
Kabocha is hard on the outside with knobbly-looking skin. It is shaped like a squat pumpkin and has a dull-finished, deep-green skin with some celadon-to-white stripes and an intense yellow-orange color on the inside. In many respects it is similar to buttercup squash, but without the characteristic protruding “cup” on the blossom end. An average […]
Meet Pahl’s Market October Featured Employee!