Happy Day Farms provides direct
access to local, seasonal, farm-fresh produce, allowing our community to reconnect with the local food supply and producer.
We utilize sustainable practices to grow fresh, high-quality food. Our goal is to create community through eating right and sharing the wealth of our harvest.
Category Archives: CSA
The exhilarating, devastating, uplifting, disastrous thing about farming is that it’s all a gamble. You can hedge your bets with irrigation, row covers, fertilizers and care, but in the end it’s a roll of the dice with Mama. Most of … Continue reading
We are caretakers of the land, stewards, and temporary inhabitants in the grand scheme. What lasting impression will we leave? I wonder what this parcel will look like 50 years from now. We’ve been here for just over 30, and … Continue reading
Hey! Check it out! It’s our HappyDay CSA weekly newsletter. Learn about our animal raising, the first carrots of 2013, and get in on Casey’s Easy Recipe Action with tasty Stir-Fry and Roosted Vegetables. HappyDay CSA Newsletter – May 15th, … Continue reading
As a people we’ve become vastly disconnected from our traditions, our “truths”. Reconnecting is simple. Put your hands in some soil: plant lettuce or herbs on your windowsill; grow tomatoes on your balcony; colonize the roof of your building, an … Continue reading
Food for Thought! We need to assume responsibility for ourselves. As a culture we’ve become increasingly willing to be dependent on government and corporations to care for us. These entities are happy to tell us what/who/how to be, and most … Continue reading
Sunrise in the morning is my favorite time of day. I love the juxtaposition of the calm morning peace with the bursting energy I feel. I’m a morning person, always have been. Being in the garden as the dawn breaks … Continue reading