Thursday, September 18, 2014

3701 S. Schultz-Portage Road
Elmore, OH 43416 · 419-862-3576

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Welcome to Shared Legacy Farms, where we strive to grow the best-tasting, locally-grown, organic vegetables for our farm community. We are passionate about two things: growing delicious produce in a way that honors and protects Mother Nature, and re-establishing the vital personal connection between the local farmer and community.  Our customers not only share in the bounty of our harvest. They also experience the life of our farm and family.  Join us, as we bring the local farmer back to your kitchen table.

Farm News

Who’s Who at the Farm: Jennifer Trombley

This week we spotlight one of our staff members: Jennifer Trombley. As you’ll discover,... 

The Case of the Disappearing Seed Stock

Did you know that our world’s seed stock is disappearing? According to Janisse... 

Kurt’s Crop Journal from Week 14

Growing Degree Days 2580. Rain 3” Much of August was pretty dry so this rain soaked... 

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Farm Event News

Field to Table Dinner Menu

At last the menu for the Field to Table dinner has been posted by Chef Joseph Jacobsen... 


Our next farm event is Saturday, Sept. 20 from 4-7:30 PM and includes a potluck meal... 

Port Clinton Site Moves to Tuesday this week due to Labor Day

Due to Labor Day falling on Monday, we will move the Port Clinton site back one day... 

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Sienna's Diary

Sienna’s Diary — the farm dog writes

This has been a marathon week for your farmers. First, there was the big “Zoo Event” which featured our farm’s produce on the menu, not to mention a guest appearance on the “panel of experts.” What did you think of that event, by the way? I’ve heard mixed reviews. Then we got slammed with a big rainstorm which made the fields muddy, wet,... [Read more of this review]

Sienna the Farm Dog Blogs

I just woke up from my late night revelry at Pesto Fest. I got all the leftover pesto and boy was it a zinger! I heard the party was a great time. I was in my crate most of the evening. We couldn’t have asked for more idyllic weather — cool and crisp. The packing shed smelled like basil and the whirring sounds of the food processors drove me crazy!... [Read more of this review]

Sienna, the Farm Dog Writes a Blog

Jed started school this week. I sure do miss the guy. I think it was hard on Corinna. She kept looking for him all week long. He loves school though, and has a really great teacher. Did you know he’s already learning his addition tables? 9+4 = ? Funny story… Kurt. Sam, and Mike played a practical joke on the Wednesday packing crew, which unfortunately... [Read more of this review]

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