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2021 Calendar of Events

2021 Event Calendar

Events for Every Season From planting your own flower baskets to getting a great deal on homegrown produce, from deep discounts late at night to designing your own spruce tip pot, Pahl’s has the perfect event for you!  Mark your calendars and join us for all the fun!  Late Winter Events Moss Basket Days March 13th – 9am to 2pm […]

Thank You!

Gary Pahl & Family

It was a difficult year for all, there is no getting around that. But I would like to thank you for patronizing our establishment during these difficult times, not only from a business perspective, but also for the compassion, respect, and patience that you showed our staff while they were trying to cope with the […]

Lawn Maintenance

Milorganite

Fertilizer: A nice thick lawn needs fertilizer and a four 4 step fertilizing program is best for lawn care. The two most important steps are in the spring and fall. Spring fertilizing greens up the grass and kick starts the lawn. Fall fertilizing prepares the grass for dormancy during the winter. Crabgrass Prevention:  Warmer spring […]

HEMPted

Hemp Plant

There is a new crop growing at Pahl’s and as the 6th generation farmer I am excited to talk about it!  After the 2018 Farm Bill (sec 7125) passed we saw an opportunity at a brand new market and we have decided to dive in head first. Pahl’s Market has officially added something else for […]

Little Packages

LIL' CHARLOTTE

My wife loves little packages but this year’s little package topped every other little package that she has ever received in her life.  This past year we were blessed with our first grandchild, Charlotte. I personally forgot how precious and extraordinary the little ones are until you hold them in your arms.  Charlotte was born March 30, 2019 […]

Pahl Farms: Six Generations Strong

Gary (1)

(Pahl Farms 2020 CSA season enrollment begins January 2nd!) Dating back to the early 1900’s, Frank Pahl started Pahl Farms. His son, John, moved the operation down to the river bottoms in Bloomington after helping construct the Long Meadow Bridge (aka the old Cedar Bridge). Here they farmed potatoes, asparagus, sweet corn, peppers and more. […]

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