Arcadian Fields is a certified organic farm. This year marks a new beginning. We won’t be selling at the Hope Street Market anymore. For twenty years we went, and it was awesome, and it was exhausting. And it was the only thing we could do. This year we are doing two things: farming and making a documentary about Arctic sea ice. In July we’ll be in the Arctic, just 500 miles from the North Pole, filming for our upcoming documentary, Enduring Ice. Hence, no crops in July. http://enduringice.com/trailer/
The new concept – Eat like a farmer! There are so many crops that are easy to put by – pesto, roasted tomatoes and peppers… We’ll be selling in bulk, and providing information to you about freezing and canning, about how to store summer’s bounty.
Once Fall arrives, there will be long pie pumpkins, radicchio, beets, fennel, escarole, daikons, hakurie turnips…
We are still working on setting up drop off locations. Right now we have one here at the farm in Hope Valley and another one on the East Side of Providence. Basically, we need you to help us figure out this new incarnation of the farm – how to be not just organic, but sustainable for the farmers.
The big basil harvest will be on Saturday June June 30th (both in Providence and Hope Valley).
We are selling through WhatsGood (https://sourcewhatsgood.com). Just download the WhatsGood Marketplace app for IOS or Android.
Or, if that does not work for you, call or email the farm to pre-order your veggies.
Thank You All,
Diana & Stephen