Category Archives : Farming and Food Sustainability

Have You Heard of Food Patriots?

Recently an email landed in my inbox from a gentleman named Sam. I clicked it open and the first line was a question. Have you heard of Food Patriots? In light of it being non-GMO month, I was intrigued by the name and read more. This story is about a Midwestern mom, Jennifer, whose son became really sick […]

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Top 3 Ways to Rid Your Home of Toxins.

Learn my top 3 ways to rid your home of toxins. The Environmental Protection Agency lists poor indoor air quality as the fourth largest environmental threat to our country. Our cleaning products may contain formaldehyde, and beauty products may have hormone disrupting chemicals.  We can easily rid our homes of toxins through a few simple steps. First let […]

2013 Spring Share Available Now at KyV Farm!

Whether you are already a CSA member of KyV Farm or were thinking of trying it – now is the time to register for a spring share! Full Share – 6 deliveries at $33.34 per bag Starting last week of April until 1st week of June. (6 weeks) Vegetables Full Share: Beautiful bag of […]

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Barn Raising – Please Support KyV Farm!

To you, my dear friends, For the past few years, my passion for volunteering has revolved around my CSA, KyV Farm.  One of the main reasons I got involved was because of the food allergies my daughter has. Under the age of one, we thankfully found out she has allergies to wheat, eggs, dairy, soy, […]

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All about Kohlrabi

Monday Quick Post! Wondering what this funny vegetable is? It’s a kohlrabi from the cabbage family! Want to know what to do with it?  Here is a quick video and recipe to go along with it. Try this delicious Kale and Kohlrabi Salad with Miso Tahini Dressing.

2012-2013 KYV CSA Season Kickoff Potluck….Let the Fun Begin!

Yesterday kicked off the first event of the new CSA farm season at KYV Farm.  It was a crisp, clear and PERFECT day for a potluck, hayrides and bean picking.  We even got to pull a few sweet potatoes! I’ll let the photos speak for themselves. Join a CSA! (p.s. If anyone there would […]

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Living Well - MS Group.  Baptist Beaches Hospital. A discussion about healthy eating and cooking. July 18, 2012

Events and Workshops

Celebration of Fall from the St Johns River Farmers Market – Stuffed Acorn Squash with Roasted Garlic, Sage, Pumpkin Sauce and Fresh Squash Blossoms

What do you do with squash blossoms? This was the question I heard over and over from customers at the KyV Farm tent set up at the St Johns Farmers Market at Alpine Grove Park last Saturday.  There are many fried and stuffed recipes on the internet so here is a unique one that showcases […]

Stuffed Acorn Squash with Roasted Garlic, Sage, Pumpkin Sauce and Fresh Squash Blossoms

Second Annual Farm to Table Dinner

KyV Farm’s Second Annual Farm-to-Table dinner will be the talk of the town with their fresh, seasonal vegetables showcased by the expert chefs at the Floridian, St Augustine.   People are getting more excited about fresh vegetables and especially organic, seasonal and local foods.  Farm shares are the perfect way to incorporate these foods into […]