All our crops are extremely dependent on weather and the cool, wet spring has been extremely hard on our original strawberry patch causing a significantly lower volume of berries. Because of this we will not be able to open our first patch for you-pick this year. This is very disappointing to us, not only because [...] more.
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Located in Central Virginia, just 30 minutes from Charlottesville, Liberty Mills Farm wants you to have a Farmtastic Adventure. Whether finding your way through our fall corn maze, picking your own flowers, perfect pumpkins or strawberries in the spring, we know that nothing beats a day of fresh air, family fun and amazing scenery. We planned our farm with you in mind, so there is plenty to see and do in the area or make a day of it at the farm…whatever you choose to do., we hope you will pick fun. If your resolution this year is to eat healthier and buy local, please consider buying a share in our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). We have limited shares available, so be sure to let us know right away if you are interested! We look forward to seeing you this summer as we are growing some wonderful crops for you including cucumbers, squash, tomatoes, sweet corn and more!
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Our 2013 strawberry patch is not open yet (as of May 15th), but the strawberries are finally starting to ripen after the much cooler spring weather. While we wait for a higher volume of berries to pick, we are distributing berries to our 2013 CSA members who pick up at the Farm. Once we have [...] more.
“Life on a farm is a school of patience; you can’t hurry the crops or make an ox in two days.” …Henri Fournier Alain This quote is so true! With the ever increasing availability of produce grown in warmer climates and then transported to our local grocery stores, it is so difficult to wait for [...] more.