This Week in Video and Photos

April 11 Volunteer Day: A huge thanks from all of us at the Chatfield CSA to Kaiser!

 The day was filled with placing cabbage, broccoli and caulifower in the holes of the plastic and then planting them.

We planted a total of 2,500 feet of brassicas - more brassicas than we have ever planted at one time, thanks to our Kaiser volunteers!!

This Week in Photos - 3/19/2012
From the greenhouse to tractor - the farm is waking up and getting ready for a great season.

wild harvested Chatfield asparaguscabbage, broccoli, cauliflower in the greenhouse, growing fast

Wild collected asparagus from Chatfield. Doing great!     Baby brassicas: broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage.


The garlic is coming up nicely.

The garlic is coming up nicely, Inchelium Red, collected and saved from last year's harvest.

The leeks are already going this year!

King Edward's leeks already started for this year so they should be a nice for harvest time!

Jenny plowing the fields

Our Head Gower, Jenny Thomas tilling the compost into the CSA field with the help of dog Sami!

A great view of our restored Ford tractor

This is a great view of our restored Ford tractor, thanks to Jim Sell!


Miniature Horses

Chatfield's newest edition: miniature horses, this is Tinkerbell in her winter coat!

Photos from late summer - Nothing says fall more than squash!

Delicata squash is one of the sweetest varieties!


Spaghetti squash is a CSA favorite.


The beautiful Red Kuri.


Pie pumpkins are turning to gold!


Golden gourds peeking through the fall light


Fall zinnias are still very happy!


We made CSA salsa for all our volunteers!


Thanks to Amanda for the beautiful bouquets this season.



Early September at the Chatfield CSA

Sunrise over the farm - beautiful!