News from EarthDance

Note from the Founder

by Molly on January 15, 2016

2016: Here it is, ready or not! Have you taken the time to take stock of the past year? Thought about what your greatest accomplishments were – either mental or physical? Reflected on lessons learned, sadness grieved, and joys relished? Sometimes we’re so quick to move on and make plans and resolutions for the new […]

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Farm Fresh Winter Recipe: Broccoli Rabe with Pasta and Sun Dried Tomatoes

by Erica Cunningham January 15, 2016

Broccoli Rabe ( Pronounced ‘RAHB’) also known as rapini is not actually  broccoli, it is the descendant of the turnip. This veggie features edible steams, buds, and leaves. The flavor of broccoli rabe has been described as slightly nutty, bitter and pungent with edible stems, buds and leaves. This cruciferous  vegetable is an excellent source of […]

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EarthDance Heart & Soul: Volunteer Jane Keating

by Kaitie Adams January 15, 2016

If you’ve ever signed up to volunteer with us on our website, you’ve seen Jane Keating gracing your computer screen with a smile and a full box of freshly harvested lettuce. Three years ago she read about EarthDance in a Sunday newspaper article, came for a tour on Tuesday, and started volunteering that Friday. And almost every […]

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Farm Fresh Eggs Now Available!

by Kaitie Adams January 15, 2016

Big Thanks to Graphic Design Volunteer Andrea Davidson for our stunning new label! Be sure to pick up a dozen at the Indoor Winter Market in Ferguson this Saturday.

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Farmer Monica Explains How Our Beds Winter in Style

by Kaitie Adams January 15, 2016

Winter may seem like a time of inactivity, but at EarthDance our fields work hard all year long. Did you know we planted our garlic in November to harvest bulbs in June? In this video, Farm Manager Monica Pless explains how mulching at the end of fall creates beautiful, productive beds ready for planting in the spring […]

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