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Winter Damage, Spring 2022

Winter Damage, Spring 2022

Mid-May, and my 29 year old Desert King Fig is still not leafed out. Usually by this time, it has leaves and is beginning to push new growth. This old fig sits against our sunroom, and has never had significant winter damage before, even though I live where we get...

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Meet the Incubator Farm: Spring Time Farm

Meet the Incubator Farm: Spring Time Farm

Nine years ago, Nick Spring and Sarah Robinson started Spring Time Farm, a beloved local farm that sells both wholesale produce and vibrant CSAs. Located in Everson WA, Spring Time Farm has quickly become one of the area’s favorite farms for sourcing fresh, organic...

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Meet the Incubator Farmer: Vertical Fog Farm

Meet the Incubator Farmer: Vertical Fog Farm

One fateful day in Chicago, Rob Jordan walked into a bookstore. Preparing for a cross-country move to attend University of Washington, he picked up a Seattle travel book. It described the weather in Seattle as a persistent mist, as “vertical fog”. The words stuck with...

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Flynn Farms Plants Seeds of Food and Community

Flynn Farms Plants Seeds of Food and Community

Savannah Flynn knows better than most how a dream can bear extraordinary fruit. With the help of mentors, leased ground, water, passion, and patience, she’s grown Flynn Farms and the Whatcom CSA Project from an idea to a powerful presence in the community.  Savannah’s...

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Meet Our Incubator Farmers: Sonder Farmstead

Meet Our Incubator Farmers: Sonder Farmstead

Farmer. Waitress. Soapmaker. Em Blood wears many hats, all of them related to building an impactful community around food, farming, and honoring the rich and vibrant lives of every single human being. In fact, that’s how Em’s farm got its name: Sonder Farmstead. “A...

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Propagating and Growing Fruit Trees for the CMFC Nursery

Propagating and Growing Fruit Trees for the CMFC Nursery

Many of our customers know the nursery at Cloud Mountain Farm Center for our fruit trees. Because 2020 shut down our workshop series, we did not have the opportunity to offer our classes on fruit tree grafting and summer chip bud grafting. We did spend some time...

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Delicata Squash Tacos with Quick Pickled Onions

Delicata Squash Tacos with Quick Pickled Onions 2 delicata squash 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil 1 1/2 teaspoons kosher salt , plus more to season the squash Chili powder 1/3 cup apple cider or white wine vinegar 2 tablespoons sugar 1 small red onion; thinly...

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Chopped Winter Salad With Butternut Squash

Chopped Winter Salad With Butternut Squash 1 small butternut squash (about 1 1/2 pounds), peeled, seeded, and cut into 3/4-inch pieces 3 tablespoons olive oil kosher salt and black pepper ¼ cup red wine vinegar 2 tablespoons chopped fresh dill 1 small head radicchio,...

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Squash Apple Soup

Squash Apple Soup The blending of winter squash and apple flavors make this a great fall soup. Use butternut, buttercup, hubbard, kabocha or pie pumpkin in this soup- any flavorful winter squash will work. A sweet tart apple like Karmijn, Ashmead's Kernal, or Freedom...

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Apple Oatmeal Crumble

Apple Oatmeal Crumble This is a quick and easy fall favorite. A countertop apple peeler makes it even faster! 6-8 sweet-tart apples (a mix of varieties is best), peeled cored and sliced, enough to fill a deep dish 10" pie pan or 2 quart baking dish 1/4-1/2 cup sugar,...

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Membrillo (Quince Paste)

Membrillo or Quince Paste This traditional candy is wonderful served sliced with cheese and crackers. 4lbs, quince, washed, peeled, cored, chopped vanilla pod, split sugar, amount determined during cooking Place the quince pieces into a large pan and add enough water...

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Lynden Blue Old-Fashioned Grape Jam

  Lynden Blue Old-Fashioned Grape Jam Favoring the taste of past times, once you try this recipe, no other can compare. Mix together and bring to a boil: 5 Cups Lynden Blue juice and skins chopped, seeds removed 2 Tbs. cinnamon, approx. to taste 1 package pectin (not...

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