CSA shares available for 2024 season!

post by: Debbie Fields February 14, 2024

For the 2024 season Fields Farm is offering a 22-week CSA subscription, which includes 5-6 items per week (and sometimes more!), from late May through October.  Pickup of your CSA share will be available on Wednesday mornings by 11am at the farm on Pettigrew Rd.  Our anticipated start date is 5/22/24 (depending on weather and other factors) and goes until 10/30/24.  This is technically 24 weeks–we will be taking two weeks off from CSA harvest and pickup during this season, and those dates are TBD.

Examples of what you’ll find throughout the season, based on previous years (not a comprehensive list):
Early season (May-June): Lettuce, spinach, arugula, Asian greens, rhubarb, radishes, broccoli, carrots, bok choi, cilantro, mint, kale.
Mid season (July-August): items listed above plus potatoes, garlic scapes, beets, summer squash, bush beans, cabbage, cucumber, chard, eggplant, tomatoes, bell peppers, basil.
Late season (Sept-Oct): everything above plus onions, garlic, leeks, brussels sprouts, corn, cauliflower, celery.

We try to keep variety a priority each week; usually in the early season it’s a lot of greens, but by September you may find it hard to eat everything by the time the next pickup occurs!  Cost of the CSA share is $550; cash and check are the preferred forms of payment, but if you’d like to pay by Venmo we ask for an additional $20 to cover the fees charged to us by that service.  Full payment will secure your share for the season!  Thanks for taking part in the farm’s seasonality and success!
NEW FOR 2024 SEASON: for all CSA related inquiries, questions, etc, please email Jeremy at fieldsfarmcsa@gmail.com.  This is the new email address used to communicate about the CSA, as well as to receive the weekly email letting you know the shares are ready for pickup.

Last Day!

post by: Debbie Fields November 22, 2023

Hi Folks,

This is the last day the farm stand will be open this season. Our potatoes, onions and garlic will continue to be available at Locavore.  Thank you for being part of the farm. We look forward to seeing you next spring. Have a peaceful winter.

Debbie, Jim and Jeremy

Last Weekend of the season, stock up

post by: Debbie Fields November 17, 2023

Hi Folks,

This is the last weekend the farm stand will be open this season. We will be closing at the end of the day on Wednesday. Potatoes(all varieties) onions, garlic, cabbage, beets and bits of a few other thing are available. Come on by and stock up.

Creekside pottery art sale continues this weekend also. There’s fun and unique items for sale at the studio on Skyliner Road. The event is well signed from the roundabout at 14th and Galveston.

Creekside studio art sale, garlic braids and bulk potatoes

post by: Debbie Fields November 9, 2023

Hi Folks,

Creekside Studio holiday art sale includes pottery, sculptures, jewelry, paintings, beading, books, honey,beer, pickled provision, Fields Farm garlic braids and more. The sale is open Friday to Sunday, Nov 10 to 12 from 9am to 7pm at 16250 Skyliners Road, Bend. ( the last driveway on the right before skyliner snopark)

Cash, checks and Venmo accepted.

At the farm stand 5lb bags of potatoes are in the glass front refrigerator, 5 lb bags of onions beside the potatoes. Winter squash, garlic, garlic braids, beets, cabbage, kale and the last harvest of lettuce and cilantro are also available. The stand will close for the season on Nov. 22nd. Come on by and stock up for the cold winter months.

Creekside Pottery at the stand is having a sale at the studio

post by: Debbie Fields November 4, 2023

Hi Folks,

Veggies including potatoes, onions, garlic, cabbage, beets, peppers, kales are available this weekend. Starting on Wednesday we’ll be putting out 5lb bags of potatoes and onions for winter storage.

Next Friday through Sunday Marcy Monte, whose pottery has been in the farm stand is having an art sale at her studio on Skyliner Road. Several artists will be displaying their work also. I’ll post the hours and address next week.

Farm stand during coldsnaps

post by: Debbie Fields October 28, 2023

Hi Folks,

During cold snaps when the temperatures fall into the low 20’s and teens, the farm stand may open later and all the potatoes and onions will be in the grey refrigerator. So if you don’t see anything on the table, poke around the refrigerators. We continue to have plenty of potatoes, onions, garlic, brussel sprouts, carrots, beets, cabbage and winter squash. We are harvesting the last bed of lettuce and broccoli. Butternut squash will be put out this week too.

Come on by.

This week at the farm stand

post by: Debbie Fields October 21, 2023

Hi Folks,

This week at the farm stand we have our 5 varieties of potatoes, onions, 3 varieties of garlic, stocks of Brussels sprouts, green and savoyed cabbage, carrots, beets, kales, arugula, Anaheim, jalapeño and bell peppers, a few eggplant, cilantro and parsley.Come on by for some fall fixens!

Brussels Sprouts!

post by: Debbie Fields October 12, 2023

Hi Folks,

We have beautiful stocks of Brussels sprouts. Often they have aphids by fall but this year they are perfect. For those who have come by for corn stalks, I cut a couple dozen today, extra tall for decorations.

If you have brown paper or the reusable grocery bags cluttering your kitchen we would be happy to take them off your hands.

Soup Time

post by: Debbie Fields October 10, 2023

Hi Folks,

With the cooler fall weather soup is on the menu. There is plenty of all varieties of potatoes, onions, garlic, carrots, beets, cabbages, kales and new this week, winter squash. We have a lovely orange, sweet acorn and delicata ready now. The butternut needs to cure for a couple weeks. Cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes and summer squash are still available though the production has slowed. Herbs available this week are cilantro and parsley. Our amazing raspberry plants continue to produce too. Come on by.

Fall at Fields Farm

post by: Debbie Fields September 30, 2023

Hi Folks,

The weather may be gray and rainy but there’s still plenty of fresh produce at Fields Farm. We continue to have plenty of tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers. Jim harvested the last few ears of corn, not quite as delicous as peak season corn but makes a delicous corn chowder. This will be the last weekend for basil. Arugula, beets, broccoli, cabbage, a few cauliflower, carrots, kales, lettuce, onions, garlic, summer squash, potatoes and Jeremy’s delicous fresh sauerkraut. For fruit we have strawberries, raspberries and Italian plums. Come on by.