By: Julia Holup, Assistant Farm Manager At Stout Oak Farm, we market our vegetables to our community of customers in a variety of ways. We operate a Farm Store from mid-May through late October, attend the Exeter Farmers’ Market during the growing season, and take part in several Winter Farmers’ Markets in the colder months. We also […]
looking back, looking ahead
Winter is the time for taking stock, and making plans. This year, we decided to write an Annual Report to share with all of our farm members and supporters. We want to let you in on our winter analyzing and planning, and provide you with a deeper understanding of the workings of the farm. Dear […]
2016 CSA: What’s New?
CSA Registration is Now Open We’re offering 2 types of CSA Shares again this year – Weekly Boxed Vegetable Shares and Farm Store Credit Accounts. Click here to find the option that works best for you. Whichever type of share you choose, you can look forward to a weekly supply of great quality organic […]
find us at local markets this winter!
Here’s Julia at the Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers’ Market in Rollinsford. There is so much amazing local food at this market! See our Winter Calendar below for upcoming market dates. Stout Oak Farm Winter Calendar Find us at these markets! We’ll be selling eggs, greens, and winter storage vegetables. Three River Farmers’ Alliance Farm-to-Chef […]
winter greens update
This week and next, we’re harvesting spinach and baby lettuce from our unheated hoophouse for Seacoast Eat Local‘s Winter Farmers’ Markets on December 6th and December 13th! Inside our larger hoophouse, we keep the temperature slightly above freezing through mid-December. What’s growing in there right now? Micro greens, radish shoots, and pea shoots for local […]
winter market season begins
It’s late November, and we’re still harvesting! Yesterday up on the hill (the ground still slightly frozen even in the middle of the day) we harvested beets, kale, tat soi, and the last baby salad greens and arugula of the season. We also discovered some gorgeous parsley and a surprise stash of Brussels sprouts in […]
it’s winter market season!
It may be cold outside, but our greenhouse is buttoned up for winter, and it’s just warm enough inside to grow some beautiful microgreens for the upcoming Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers’ Markets. We’ll be attending the next two markets, Saturday December 7th in Rollinsford at Wentworth Greenhouses, and December 14th at Exeter High Schoool, […]
CSA Day at the Market
This Saturday’s CSA Day and Winter Farmers’ Market have been cancelled due to the snowstorm. Stay warm and safe everyone! This Saturday February 9th is CSA Day at the Winter Farmers’ Market at Exeter High School, 10am – 2pm. In addition to the 40+ market vendors selling an amazing array of local food, this market […]
winter food: beets
On the menu tonight: roasted beets and baby turnips You know it’s winter at our house when roasted vegetables are on the menu at least once a week. We love any combination of roasted beets, potatoes, turnips, rutabagas, carrots, onions, garlic, shallots, winter squash, sweet potatoes . . . Lately we’ve been enjoying some amazing […]
winter food: watermelon radishes
watermelon radishes We hope to see your smiling faces at the Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers’ Market this Saturday December 1st at Wentworth Greenhouses in Rollinsford, 10am – 2pm! It’s Cabbage Day at the market, so we are bringing piles of green and red cabbages, along with plenty of turnips, rutabagas, potatoes, shallots, kohlrabi, greens, […]