Cully Neighborhood Farm Restaurant Produce List Week of 8/1/11

Hello chefs– The cukes are especially young and tasty this week and the lettuce mix is also at a great size and texture for salads. Adding some calendula and marigold to your salad could be fun too. The flowers will last about four days in a vase. ****Note: To make delivery worth our while, weContinue reading “Cully Neighborhood Farm Restaurant Produce List Week of 8/1/11”

CSA share 7/28/11

Hello! Well it feels like summer has finally arrived, and the eggplants, peppers, and tomatoes agree – they are growing leaps and bounds. Now let’s just hope it keeps up so we can see some actual ripe from fruit from those plants in the not-too-distant future. The tomatoes are getting nicely trellised into various shapesContinue reading “CSA share 7/28/11”

Cully Neighborhood Farm Restaurant Produce List Week of 7/25/11

Hello chefs–Here are the items for this week. I’ve included variety, quantity, and price per pound or per each. Please forward to interested chefs: Cut Lettuce Mix: Up to 6 lbs. 6/lb (leaves are a medium size, larger than baby green size) Head Lettuce: Up to 15 heads or 15 lbs-$1.50/head or $1.00/lb Cooking GreensContinue reading “Cully Neighborhood Farm Restaurant Produce List Week of 7/25/11”

Change in Cully Neighborhood Farm’s Status at the Cully Community Market

Hello Friends– I apologize if this is redundant for you. We wanted to write a quick note to let you know that we will no longer be doing the Cully Community Market. Our CSA is going great but unfortunately, we don’t have enough surplus nor the time and energy to warrant doing a market onContinue reading “Change in Cully Neighborhood Farm’s Status at the Cully Community Market”

CSA share 7/7

Wow July already! Here’s the rundown – lettuce – 1 head ‘double density’ (ruffled, speckled romaine), 1 head ‘pirat’ (blushed butterhead) red ursa kale – 1 bunch beets – 1 bunch fennel – 2 bulbs cabbage – 2 small heads – ‘alcosa’ is the savoy and ‘gonzalez’ the other summer squash – ~0.6 lbs (varietiesContinue reading “CSA share 7/7”

Cully Community Market this Sunday, 6/12

Hello Friends– The Cully Community Market got under way last weekend at the new location on the NE corner of 42nd and Killingsworth. The location is great, the new vendors offer increased variety, and the vibes were neighborhoody and friendly. There are three or four urban farmers, an amazing plant start vendor, kettle corn, amazingContinue reading “Cully Community Market this Sunday, 6/12”

Cully Neighborhood Farm receives grant for garden education program

Cully Neighborhood Farm, in partnership with Trinity Lutheran Church, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, Concordia University, and the North East Emergency Food Bank is pleased to announce being rewarded a grant funded by East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District. The grant funds will sponsor the construction of a learning garden for students at Trinity LutheranContinue reading “Cully Neighborhood Farm receives grant for garden education program”

CSA Starts Next Week on Thursday June 9th!

Hello and happy spring! We’re getting ready for our first CSA share pickup coming up Thursday June 9th. Your share will be available between 430 and 630pm. Let us know if this does NOT work for you. Here are the details for the pickup: Come to Trinity Lutheran Church (5520 NE Killingsworth). Come south towardContinue reading “CSA Starts Next Week on Thursday June 9th!”

Interview about urban farming with Michael Tevlin on Greenhorns Radio

This was a fun interview with Severine, the director of the Greenhorns, an organization that is documenting and encouraging the young farmer movement in America. Go to the page below to hear us discuss Cully Neighborhood Farm, how we got started, urban farming in general, and the Cully Neighborhood. http://www.heritageradionetwork.com/episodes/1567-Greenhorn-Radio-Episode-74-Michael-Tevlin-Cully-Neighborhood-Farm-Portland-Oregon

Biznis Time, continued

It’s been all business this January. A grant for an education program proposal, a new business structure, new operating agreement, preparing for tax season with tax workshops, finishing the business plan for final approval by Mercy Corps, and making sure we’ve got accounting in place for the new year. Little by little, our business knowledgeContinue reading “Biznis Time, continued”