Harvest Report: Potatoes and Squash

As the weather consistently hits 100 degrees, the growth of some of the crops we rely upon are hitting their stride. Whether it be in the fields of the companies and organizations which donate hundreds of thousands of pounds of potatoes from all over our state each year, to the potatoes and squash that is […]

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Harvest Report: Summer Crops Growing Strong

The picture above is produce from Blue Barn Produce in Notus. They’ve donated portions of their yield to help solve hunger over the years. You can see it’s growing strong as we go deeper into the summer. It’s not just corn! You can also see JC Watson onion growing in Parma and looking robust. More […]

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Signs of Spring and More Food On Its Way

At the LDS orchard in Caldwell, you can see the signs of spring and the fruit that will grow and head to the people in Idaho who need assistance. The white blooms on the trees are the first signs of the Italian plums that will blossom soon. The pink blooms will eventually be trees filled […]

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Harvest Report: Early planting project underway

Exciting news from a project we’re calling the “3-Acre Farm”. Right now these little plants are in a greenhouse leased by Dorsing Seed. We planted these seeds to transplant in a few weeks when we know the frost is past us. Most of what you see here will grow into bell peppers and tomatoes. Later this year, we’ll […]

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