Plenty of FULL SHARES left!! Three Half shares left.

Two Toad Farm has thousands of seedlings growing, and has planted the greenhouse full of cold-hardy crops. Garlic is just starting to come up, and soil samples are being sent out to assist in fertility management for the 2009 season. Fall-planted cover crops are starting to green up with this year’s early spring, and are already beginning to add fertility to the soil.

To sign up for a CSA share, use the form on the homepage, email me, or call me directly. Please call with your wholesale and or contract growing questions and orders (restaraunts/natural food stores/institutions).

Keep thinking SPRING!

Jordan Pike

Fresh, local produce: Lebanon, Maine

Two Toad Farm is a small, diversified vegetable farm that began growing commercially in 2008. The majority of the 1.5 acres in production is leased from community members who are committed to preserving local farm land. The mission of Two Toad Farm is to protect local farmland by putting it into viable, organic vegetable production. Affordable organic produce for the local community and stable farm jobs is the result. Two Toad Farm is interested in leasing other fields of 2 acres or more in Lebanon, Maine and surrounding towns for future expansion.

What We Offer:

* 50 summer vegetable shares by becoming a member of our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program.

* Retail sales at fresh markets in Lebanon and surrounding areas.

* Wholesale sales to restaurants and natural food stores.

Seedlings are up!

Testing out the new blog.

About 5,000 seedlings are already planted fot he 2009 summer CSA season. I am extremely excited about the coming year. The response has been great so far, and I expect to sell out of CSA shares some time in early April(reserve your share soon!). For those of you who have signed up for a half share (only 4 left), you can upgrade to a full share if you find friends or a couple to split it with. One full share is cheaper than two half shares, you can cooperate on the pick ups, and you get to split it how you see fit (you can even cut stuff in half, something the farm can’t do!).

Don’t hesitate to email if you have any questions, suggestions, or feedback.

Thank you,

Jordan Pike

Organic Vegetable Grower

Two Toad Farm

Lebanon, Maine