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Posted 4/1/2020 12:58pm by Betsy Austin.

 



Dear %%user-name%%,

It\'s that time again! Time to sign up for the 2020 CSA season from Circle A Garden. We are 11 short days from our first veggie pickup of the season. First pickup will be Saturday, April 1, 9:00 am to noon. Please, sign up now for a season of awesome fresh veggies!!

There have been a few questions about how this is going to work with virus thing and all going on. We will be changing how you all pickup for April and May, then will reevaluate. We hate to do it, but to limit the transference of germs, Terry and I and possibly one of our workshare folks will bag all shares Saturday mornings. They will still need to be picked up between 9:00 and noon. We ask that you all practice social distancing, hand washing, etc. to keep everyone as safe as possible. If we all work together and be kind to each other, we should be able to get through this trying time. We will go back to our normal pickup where everyone gets to choose what they like as soon as possible. Thank you for supporting our farm and working with us!!!

Click here to begin your renewal process. Or just copy and paste the link below into your browser:

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We look forward to having you back this season. Please stay safe, stay healthy!!

Your friends at,
Circle A Garden

Posted 3/25/2020 2:38pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Springtime in the Rockies!!

Note: First veggie pickup of the 2020 season will be Saturday. April 11 9:00am until noon. That's just 2 weeks away!!! Please sign up now for awesome fresh veggies!!

Note: We need a couple more workshare folks. Please give me a call {Betsy} 970-249-9725 if you would like more information.

Just a brief note....hope everyone is staying healthy and able to find peace and sanity during this trying time...

Well, It is officially spring now. And it looks like we may get a storm...I'm pretty sure the sun was supposed to shine today but it is very cloudy and there is this really quite frigid wind blowing. Isn't there a saying about March? If it comes in like a lamb it goes out like a lion? I seem to remember lots of nice warm sunny days the first couple of week of March, but the last week or so we have had more cloudy days, cooler temperatures, and wind than those nice mild sunny days. Well, maybe once again it will have a good chance of precipitating here on the farm....we sure need a bit....have had a little, but it sure is getting dry!!

In the prop house...well it was getting a bit full so last week we kicked a bunch of stuff out to the honey house...alliums, sages, artichokes, pansies, cabbages, kohlrabi, and more. For a few days I have had lots of room....not to mention lots of fun filling it all back up!!! Right now I have more lettuces and greens for the high tunnel, celery, parsley, lettuces, greens and various herbs to go to the honey house this next week. Then I have seed flats of celeriac, lettuce, peppers, eggplant, tomatoes, broccoli and cauliflower that are almost ready to be pricked up... they just aren't quite big enough today. I'm thinking they will be ready all at once; all seven flats!!! I can turn those seven flats into somewhere between 20 and 30 flats without batting an eye...there goes all me space again!!!

In the high tunnel.., everything is looking yummy!!! We planted a few things....more greens and lettuces....this last week. Mom and I have been working on getting everything weeded, Mom has been working on the peas, favas, carrots, and beets....they sure are looking good...growing great and enjoying not having to share space with all those weeds!! I've been working on seeding a few more things and weeding all greens and baby lettuces and baby greens. I think we are just about done...I have one more bed of greens to work on and it may be time to do the peas again. We'll check it out in the morning...today Terry is watering everything with the sprinkler, so it's just a bit wet!! At least it is raining someplace on the farm!!!

Outdoors...well, we are starting to get more done outdoors...working on pruning....slowly but surely we are progressing. Yesterday we started on getting beds ready for favs, peas, beets, carrots, radishes, turnips...and I think there was something else on my little list.

Time to sign up for our CSA!! We will be starting veggie pickup Saturday, April 11th this year. Please get signed up so you can enjoy a season of many different farm fresh veggies every week April-November. Please go to www.circleagarden.com   If you have any questions or concerns please call me of an evening{970-249-9725} 

Note: Terry and I have been discussing how to work veggie pickup with this virus thing going on. We have decided that for at least April and May,  Terry and I will bag all the shares of a Saturday morning....members will still come out to pick them up between 9 and noon. We are hoping this will make pickup a bit safer for all of us. As we get closer to that first pickup we will be getting all our members more detail. 

Fun happenings  The birds are doing that spring thing, some of them are very entertaining!!! More things are waking up after their winter nap...more weeds are sprouting...                

 

Work days ...our main pushes for March and April will be finishing the pruning and getting early season crops in the ground....Planting frenzy commences April 1!!!!! Please think about coming out and giving us a hand...we still need to practice social distancing, handwashing. etc. but it is easier in the fresh air and sunshine.

give me a call 970-249-9725 to set up a day and time!!

 

Hope you are all ready to enjoy spring!! Please stay healthy!!

Looking forward to seeing all of you in April!!!

Betsy, Terry, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A

Posted 3/11/2020 12:42pm by Betsy Austin.

 



Dear %%user-name%%,

It\'s that time again! Time to sign up for the 2020 CSA season from Circle A Garden. We have all sorts of wonderful goodies happily growing in the high tunnel already. Beets, carrots, turnips, green onions, peas, favas, lettuce, celtuce, arugula, and all sorts of green leafies; swiss chard, kale, bok choi, mustards, tokoyo bekana, yakina savoy, orach and more!!! Next week we will be planting spring radishes, more green leafies, and lettuces...then the tunnel will be pretty close to full and we will be starting to plant goodies outdoors!!

First veggie pickup this season will be Saturday April 11...9:00 am to noon. Last pick up of the season will be November 21...33 weeks of some of the best veggies in the valley...freshly picked at the peak of flavor each week just for you!!

Click here to begin your renewal process. Or just copy and paste the link below into your browser:

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If you are interested in a work share, please contact me {Betsy} 970-249-9725.

We look forward to having you back this season.

All of us here at.
Circle A Garden

Posted 3/6/2020 12:09pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Springtime in the Rockies!!

After an endless January and a long February, I think that spring has sprung! January was just down right gloomy and cold. We did end up with above normal snow pack at the end of the month...a welcome change over the last couple of years. Here on the farm we had some snow that stayed most of the winter .. we got it in smaller amounts most of the time ..a couple of inches here and a couple more there. Made shoveling snow relatively easy!!! February started out bright and sunny long enough for the groundhog to see his shadow. Then was cold and gloomy a few days, sunny a few days, not sure what it was going to do a good bit of time. By the end of the month it was getting warmer and a lot more sun. March has been pretty glorious so far...last Sunday was cloudy and we did get just a bit of snow overnight... the weatherman says we may be getting some rain this Sunday.  I'm ok with it raining. I just hope it waits until we are through pruning trees that day!!

In the prop house, things are happily growing...we have all sorts of alliums, greens, lettuces, celery, artichokes, parsley and a few other herbs, cabbages, kohlrabi, and a few other goodies started. And more just getting going... Going to have to start kicking things out to the honey house soon!!

In the high tunnel, We are getting it full up!!! So far we have beets, carrots, turnips, favas, peas, arugula, and green onions all seeded, up and growing well. We have also transplanted a good array of greens...chard kale mustards, bok choi, Tokyo bekana, yakina savoy and more.. all are growing well. This next week we will be transplanting mostly lettuces and celtuce. Next week or so we will seed radishes, baby pak choi, braising greens and more goodies.

Outdoors... well, mostly right now we are working on pruning.. last weekend we worked on one of the apricots in the front. This week we will be doing the quince and then checking out some of the apples. We are kind of working our way around some of the mud. Soon it will be time to plant peas and favas outdoors.

Time to sign up for our CSA!! We will be starting veggie pickup Saturday, April 11th this year. Please get signed up so you can enjoy a season of many different farm fresh veggies every week April-November. Please go to www.circleagarden.com   If you have any questions or concerns please call me of an evening{970-249-9725} 

Fun happenings  The snow is gone!! the maple is blooming, the garlic is just starting to come up, the rhubarb has it's little red noses poking up, I see all sorts of little perennials just barely starting up....lemon balm, catnip, chives, iris, jonquils and other spring bulbs, and LOTS of weeds!!                 

 

Work days ...our main pushes for March and April will be finishing the pruning and getting early season crops in the ground....Planting frenzy commences April 1!!!!!

give me a call 970-249-9725 to set up a day and time!!

 

Hope you are all ready to enjoy spring!!

Looking forward to seeing all of you in April!!!

Betsy, Terry, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A

Posted 5/1/2019 1:41pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Springtime in the Rockies!! 

Note: veggie pickup will be this coming Saturday , May 4, from 9 am to noon. looking forward to seeing you all!!! Not signed up yet? We have 31 more weeks of fresh goodies to go...they just get better and better!!! Please call me before Friday Morning if you want veggies Saturday!!{new sign ups only}

Spring is marching is still marching on!! We can't believe it is May already!! The weather this last couple of weeks has been mostly pretty good....lots of sunshine and warm temperatures last week. This week we have clouds, lots of rain....3 days of rain showers off and on.. and cooler temps....except for the cooler nighttime temps...down into the 30's with maybe a night or two into the 20's... we have been ok with it...we needed the rain even though we would like for the sun to come back!!! This morning we were thinking that duck feet would be a good thing to have.

I the prop house things are still booming...I still have one flat of late cauliflower to prick up, and outdoor peppers, eggplant, and basil getting ready to prick up. I just started summer squash, part of the winter squash, gourds, okra, tomatillos and?. 

In the high tunnel...the landscape is starting to change slowly. Most of our first planting of greens and radishes will be harvested this week...and part of our second planting. The girls have spent much of this week in the tunnels...weeding again, tying up favas. and planting sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and cucumbers. The peas in the low tunnel are just starting to bloom.

Outdoors...It is starting to look like a garden!!!...all sort of goodies are either up or have been transplanted and are doing very well!! We now have all the alliums in. peas. favas. carrots. turnips. radishes. artichokes. cabbages, kohlrabi. all sorts of greens and lettuces and more!! Apricots and cherries are through blooming...plums are in full bloom. pears and apples are just starting. Hopefully it won't get too cold the next couple of nights and freeze all those tender little flowers!!

Time to sign up for our CSA!! Our fourth veggie pickup is this coming Saturday... 31 weeks of awesome fresh produce left in the season!!!  Please get signed up so you can enjoy a season of many different farm fresh veggies every week April-November. Please go to www.circleagarden.com   If you have any questions or concerns please call me of an evening{970-249-9725} or shoot me an e-mail,, circlea@skybeam.com

Fun happenings  Mud season seems to be back this week!!! The lilacs are blooming, plants are growing, birds are singing in between rain showers, AND lord willin and the crick don't rise{and no hail or other unexpected happenings!!} we may actually have apricots this year!!! I can see little tiny apricots just starting to grow!!!

What is available for the CSA?

This is my best guess of what we will be harvesting each week...sometimes plants will surprise us once we get in there to harvest.

Please remember to wash your veggies before you eat them...we consider our veggies raw agricultural products and not ready to eat...we do chill most of them in a cool water bath to remove the field heat, but do not wash them!!!!

Not sure what to do with your veggies?  Please ask us or go to the web site...we have lots of recipes posted there...Do you have a fun way to prepare your veggies? Please share...inquiring minds want to know!!!

from the tunnel: chard, kale, bok choi, orach, yakina savoy, mustards, salad greens,Radishes, turnips,

possibly carrots, beets and head lettuces

From the great out of doors: rhubarb, green garlic,  green onions

Note: have a mini share looking for a share partner. please call me if you are interested                                                      

 

Work days ...our main pushes for May will be getting more beds ready and planted....weeding crops that are already going.....Planting frenzy continues!!!

Please give me a call 970-249-9725 to set up a day and time to come commune with your veggies!!

 

Hope you are enjoying spring!!

Looking forward to seeing all of you on Saturday!!!

Betsy, Terry, Alex, Emily, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A

Posted 4/17/2019 1:52pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Springtime in the Rockies!! 

Note: Second veggie pickup of the new season will be this coming Saturday ,April 20, from 9 am to noon. looking forward to seeing you all!!! Not signed up yet? We have 33 more weeks of fresh goodies to go...they just get better and better!!!

Spring is marching on!! The weather the last couple weeks has been, well. spring like. We have had some days that have been glorious...abundant sunshine...very few clouds... nice spring breezes...warm, but not too warm temperatures...just down right perfect!! Then we have had those days when the weather just can't make up its mind what it wants to do!! The sun shines for a bit...then the wind starts blowing and the clouds roll in...then it rains some...hails some...snows some...all within a couple of hours!! The temperatures are slowly warming though...last week we had a couple days of pretty cold temps...highs barely in the 40's. lows in the mid 20's. This week most of our highs have been high 50's to almost 70 with lows mid 30's to mid 40's. Mot a great amount of precipitation, though. It would be nice to have that nice gentle overnight rain for all our newly planted beds!!

In the prop house, things are still booming ….Terry just moved a bunch of stuff out to the honey house the other day...I think I have all the space she made full again!! I have been working on pricking up all sorts of little herbies, celeriac, broccoli, cauliflower, zinnias, marigolds and china asters. I have also potted up more pineapple sage and lemon verbena that I rooted from cuttings. Right now the shelves are all full of tomatoes. peppers. eggplant. and cucumbers for the high tunnel and lots of herbs. The space below the shelves is full of flowers, broccoli, cauliflower, celeriac, and more herbs that have just been pricked up. I also have seed trays of cabbages and late cabbages just about ready to prick up and a couple of trays of very happy lemon grass that I rooted earlier in the season. The heat mat is not quite as full as it was...mostly has roselle, pineapple sage and lemon verbena that is about ready to come off, sweet potato slips and a seed flat of peppers and eggplant just germinating for the great out of doors. But I need to start tomatoes and basil this week and I think next week it is time to start outdoor cucumbers, okra, and something else so it will be full to over flowing again.

In the high tunnel...everything is VERY happy. The girls gave it a good weeding last week on a couple of those days that the weather couldn't make up its mind. Friday was our first harvest...we managed to pick radishes, the first few turnips, lots of greens{Tokyo bekana, bok choi, mustard, yakina savoy, kale, etc.}, salad lettuce, braising greens, arugula, baby bok choi, and chives. Boy are they yummy!!!

Outdoors... boy have things have really been happening out there the last couple of weeks!!! Peas, favas, beets, carrots, radishes, and turnips are up....alliums{onions. leeks. and shallots}, more greens, lettuces, and more are all transplanted. Everyone looks great!!! The garlic is almost all up, the rhubarb is just about big enough to pick{if not this week then next}. Bulbs are blooming. many of the herbs are coming up. the apricots and the nanking cherries are in full bloom.

Time to sign up for our CSA!! Our second veggie pickup is this coming Saturday... 33 weeks of awesome fresh produce left in the season!!!  Please get signed up so you can enjoy a season of many different farm fresh veggies every week April-November. Please go to www.circleagarden.com   If you have any questions or concerns please call me of an evening{970-249-9725} or shoot me an e-mail,, circlea@skybeam.com

Fun happenings  Mud season seems to be over!! We may actually end up with apricots this year...so far the blossom look great!!! Red wing blackbirds are back....birds are starting to do the nest thing.

 

Work days ...our main pushes for April and May will be getting more beds ready and planted....weeding crops that are already going.....Planting frenzy continues!!!

Please give me a call 970-249-9725 to set up a day and time to come commune with your veggies!!

 

Hope you are all ready to enjoy spring!!

Looking forward to seeing all of you in April!!!

Betsy, Terry, Alex, Emily, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A

Posted 4/17/2019 12:44pm by Betsy Austin.

 



Dear %%user-name%%,

It\'s that time again! Time to sign up for the 2019 CSA season from Circle A Garden. There are 33 weeks of awesome fresh produce left in this season!!

Click here to begin your renewal process. Or just copy and paste the link below into your browser:

%%renewal-link%%

We look forward to having you back this season.

Your friends at,
Circle A Garden

Posted 3/25/2019 2:41pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Springtime in the Rockies!! 

I think spring has finally sprung...at least here on the farm!!! A couple weeks ago we woke up to yet another 3 inches of snow .. and by the next day it and pretty much all the snow that was left from the winter was all gone!!! We still have mud though; it dries a bit then it rains a bit and we are slogging around in mud up to our ankles. Just had a few days that the weather couldn't make up it's mind what it wanted to do … it rained, then we had a bit of sleet, then we had a bit of hail, then the sun would come out for a bit, then it would start all over. Today, though, it is gloriously sunny ..temps almost 60 .. the birds are singing, little plants outdoors are starting to come up {including the weeds!!}… tree buds are swelling and all is well in our world!!

In the prop house, things are booming ….the first batch of transplants are all happy in their new home{the high tunnel}….we moved the second batch out to the honey house last week so I would have room to prick up more plants and start more seed. Today, Alex and Emily fertilized everyone and moved our first transplant for the field out to harden off so they could move a bunch more stuff out to the honey house. We will see how long that lasts!! I have 4 or 5 seedling flats ready to prick up this week and a couple more flats to seed. And next week I have more flats that will be ready to prick up and more seeds to start. And it will just keep going until early May!!! So far, we have started early greens and lettuces for the high tunnel, lettuces, early greens, alliums{those wonderful oniony things!!}, early cabbages, and early kohlrabi that should be going out to the field in the next couple weeks. We have broccoli, cauliflower, late cabbages and kohlrabi, brussel sprouts, celery, more lettuces, a wide selection of herbs, a few flowers, and more just waiting for me to get them pricked up!! We even have tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant up and going for the high tunnel!!! And we started our sweet potato slips!! Now that we have more sun, we are just as happy as we can be!! AND having the best of times watching everything grow!!

In the high tunnel, Alex, Terry Emily, and some of our workshare folks pretty much have it all full up....all sorts of greens and lettuces, radishes, turnips, beets, carrots, arugula, salad greens, peas, and more. They are starting to grow much more rapidly since we have had more sunshine!!

Outdoors... well, We're getting off to a slow start this season.... the snow has only been gone for about 2 weeks now. We are slowly getting shrubs and trees pruned...hopefully the rest will go fast before the trees start to flower!! Peas and favas are planted....beds are just about ready for beets carrots, radishes, turnips, and all those little oniony things{something like 5,000 of them!!}

Time to sign up for our CSA!! We will be starting veggie pickup Saturday, April 13 this year. Please get signed up so you can enjoy a season of many different farm fresh veggies every week April-November. Please go to www.circleagarden.com   If you have any questions or concerns please call me of an evening{970-249-9725} or shoot me an e-mail,, circlea@skybeam.com

Fun happenings  The snow is gone!! the maple is blooming, the garlic is just starting to come up, the rhubarb has it's little red noses poking up, I see all sorts of little perennials just barely starting up....lemon balm, catnip, chives, iris, jonquils and other spring bulbs, and LOTS of weeds!!                 AND we have an intern!! Her name is Emily and she hales  from Pennsylvania. She has been here about 2 weeks and is wonderful!!!

 

Work days ...our main pushes for March and April will be finishing the pruning and getting early season crops in the ground....Planting frenzy commences April 1!!!!!

give me a call 970-249-9725 to set up a day and time!!

 

Hope you are all ready to enjoy spring!!

Looking forward to seeing all of you in April!!!

Betsy, Terry, Alex, Emily, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A

Posted 3/25/2019 1:14pm by Betsy Austin.

 



Dear %%user-name%%,

It\'s that time again! Time to sign up for the 2019 CSA season from Circle A Garden. First veggie pickup of the season will be Saturday, April 13  9:00 am to noon. So far it looks like we will have radishes, chives, assorted Asian greens, possibly salad turnips, kale, chard, mustards, and a few assorted herbs. Things are really growing fast now that we have some sunshine so we may have more!!

Click here to begin your renewal process. Or just copy and paste the link below into your browser:

%%renewal-link%%

We look forward to having you back this season.

Your friends at,
Circle A Garden

Posted 3/5/2019 4:06pm by Betsy Austin.

Happy Almost Spring {we hope}!!

Well, so far 2019 has started out much better than 2018!! At least moisture  wise … so far we gave had more snow and some rain December, January and February  than we did pretty much all year last year!! By the end of December the San Juans were nice and white...much whiter than they were the whole winter last year. And the snow just keeps a comin'!! We've been ready for the snow to melt back and for our nice gentle overnight rains to start for over a month now. The first couple of weeks in February we thought it was going to start happening… on groundhog day we had some nice gentle rains in between periods of sunshine … even saw our first robin...on valentines day it was pretty much cloudy all day with showers starting in the afternoon and lasting most of the night … temperatures were rising a bit and snow was melting … all was well in our world. Then the third week of February happened!! Temperatures dropped, clouds rolled in, white stuff started falling, and we ended up with another 8 or so inches of snow!! The sun started coming out, the snow was melting back rapidly, it was looking promising that we might be able to get some stuff done outdoors... but then the clouds rolled in the other day...we had lots of rain most of the afternoon but sometime during the night we got another 3 inches of snow!! Most of that snow had melted off by the next day, along with some more from previous snows so maybe we are going to be able to get going outdoors soon. Welcome to MUD season!!!!

2018 was a very challenging year for us here on the farm. We started out with very little winter... didn't even really have good snow cover for the garlic. By the end of January, it was already starting to warm up... with very little rainfall or moisture … did have some but not nearly enough to make up for what moisture didn't happen earlier in the winter. {we were able to get the shrubs and trees pruned fairly early!!} By April everything was getting pretty dry .. we usually have a least some rain to help germinate seedbeds but Mother Nature was definatly not helping so we had to run the overhead sprinkler much more than we wanted before we could turn the drip on... moving hoses is one of our least favorite things to do!! By mid- May we were already heating up into the high 80's and above with out much rain. By June, still not much rain, temps climbing to almost 100 degrees and single digit humidity... we were getting crops planted but it was taking time and it hard to keep little baby plants watered. Once the plants got a bit more established and the drip was going it was easier to keep everybody alive.  We had problems with bugs… mostly flea beetles..even in the high tunnel. Between the lack of humidity, heat,  and the bugs many of our crops did not do well. In the tunnels we had issues with heat, flea beetles, and water/humidity issues, many things were mot happy; many of our early greens were very damaged by the flea beetles and the heat made them want to bolt early, lettuces got bitter or bolted early, we had a very hard time getting sweet potatoes established{once they got roots going well the ones that lived did well}. {tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers in the tunnel did VERY well!!} Outdoors greens and lettuces were not happy .. between the heat and flea beetles, I would say that we had crop failure with most of them. Peas and favas started out well, but shut down as soon as the temps got too high. Had a tough time getting fennel and parsnips to germinate well. Green beans started out gangbusters... came up, grew well, set lots of beans for about 2 weeks, then just limped along...harvest totals dropped to less than 1/2 from the first to the third week of harvest. Outdoor tomatoes bloomed but didn't set much fruit until the monsoon came so most of the tomatoes we harvested up until September came from the tunnel, melons were a bust, winter squash did ok but we had a lot that just wouldn't cure out so we could store it. Most everything else did fairly well. And even though the season was tough on plants we still ended up harvesting close to 10,000 lbs of produce...thankfully much of the fruit did ok.

So far except for a lack of nice sunny days, 2019 is looking much better!! In the prop house plants are really starting to take off!! Some of our seedling started out growing very slowly..i  think a lot of them have just been waiting for sunshine!! It is getting full in there ...thankfully many of them have been transplanted in the tunnel...and it should be almost warm enough to kick alliums, kohlrabi, and cabbages out to the honey house. This week I think we are starting broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant for the high tunnel, starting sweet potato slips and more!

In the tunnels, Alex has been busy planting all sorts of goodies; seeding beets, carrots, turnips, radishes, baby pac choi, salad greens, arugula, peas and favas....transplanting lots of different greens and lettuces...it is just about full!!

Outdoors... well, we haven't gotten a really good start yet. Mostly shoveling snow and slogging around in our wonderful mud!! Way back around valentines day we did get a few currents pruned and a big burdock patch taken care of...we are hoping to be able to get out there soon .. seems like I'm really late an getting started with pruning .. maybe its just been a few years since we've had winter hanging on into March!!

Time to sign up for our CSA!! It looks like we will be starting veggie pickup the second week of April this year. Please get signed up so you can enjoy a season of many different farm fresh veggies every week April-November. Please go to www.circleagarden.com   If you have any questions or concerns please call me of an evening{970-249-9725} or shoot me an e-mail,, circlea@skybeam.com

Fun happenings  The snow is melting!! and the maple may be just about ready to bloom.

 

Work days ...our main pushes for March will be getting the trees pruned and getting beds ready for early spring crops

give me a call 970-249-9725 to set up a day and time!!

 

Hope you are all ready to enjoy spring!!

Looking forward to seeing all of you on Saturday!!!

Betsy, Terry, Alex, Jeanne, and all of us here at Circle A