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Pro-life Produce Update September 2023

Our program is winding down for the year but we are already looking ahead to next year! One change we will make is that we will start weighing the produce, just to give us a better idea how much produce is being donated. We estimate that most of the donations to this point have come …

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Pro-life Produce Update – August 2023

Donated to date: 57 bags of produce, averaging a value of $25, to 26 women (multiple times). Dynamite Harvest made a commitment to donate produce to one crisis pregnancy center in 2022 and, thanks to generous donors, was able to expand that commitment to two additional ones in 2023. The growing season is very much …

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Pro-life Produce Update, July 2023

We had hoped to have a lot more produce earlier in the season, and our initiative to provide fresh produce to crisis pregnancy centers was one of the reasons why.  What happened? Too much rain in May… could not get into the fields. Big long dry spell in June… the baby plants struggled to get …

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What We Are Growing in 2023

This page to be updated! Here is the quick summary: Green peppers, hot peppers, hotter peppers, hottest peppers, hot garlic, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kohlrabi, luffa, herbs (parsley, sage, rosemary, dill, basil, cilantro, more!), peas, beets, radishes, carrots, spinach, kale, cucumbers, zucchini, lettuce, okra, squashes, pumpkins, watermelons, corn, popcorn, barley, hops, brussel sprouts, …

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Welcome to the Jungle

We’ve got fun and games… and this video:

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Culinary herbs for seasoning and teas in Central Wisconsin

Besides the typical produce farm fare, we also have available various herbs and spices.   We will pick it for you on the spot, which means you’ll be getting the absolutely freshest possible ingredients for your salsa or tea. So, ready to go right now (7/22/2022) would be oregano, sage, cilantro, dill, and basil. If you …

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My favorite Time of Year: Cut Flowers

By far, my favorite time of year is when the flowers start blooming.  These are from our cut flower garden. And these are from the edge of the pond.  

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