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Full Circle Farm

Organic Produce in the Tetons

Mountainside Village is thrilled to be the home of Full Circle Farm.  Operating under the principles of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), Full Circle Farm is a partnership of mutual commitment between its owners, Erika Escholz and Ken Michael, Mountainside Village, and its supporters throughout Teton Valley and Jackson Hole. Full Circle Farm has about 60 share-purchasing members who enjoy the weekly plenty for 16 weeks of garden shares. Full Circle produce is also available at local farmers’ markets. Early greens include lettuce, spinach, sorrel, arugula, herbs and radishes. Peas, beets, carrots, garlic, potatoes, and other treats are harvested later in the season. A number of young fruit trees are planted in the garden, and we look forward to their maturing and production.  Shares for 2014 and 2015 were fully subscribed by April.  The best way to ensure your produce shares at this popular garden is to be a Mountainside Village resident.  As Full Circle Farm is part of Mountainside Village, property owners have priority to buy produce shares.  Work shares are another way to contribute in order to get your greens while supporting local agriculture. The gardeners can always use help weeding and harvesting. Becoming a farm member creates a responsible relationship between neighbors and the food they eat, the land on which it is grown, and those who grow it. Stop by to visit this beautiful garden when you are in the neighborhood. The gardeners love to chat about growing food, but don't forget that the farm is a busy place during the growing season.  If you linger, you just might be put to work!

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