As I’m sure everyone is aware, so far our fall weather has been anything but fall-like!  Yet it’s time to open the farm stands and by golly, we’re going to do it.  Because no rain has fallen on our little farm in a long, long (long) time, we aren’t starting out like gangbusters…but we’ll bring what we can.  Consequently, I think our hours will probably be only from 10 a.m. until maybe noon, or noon-thirty, or 1:00 this Wednesday, depending on how long everything lasts.  We’ll keep hoping for a change in the weather, for water from the sky.  In the meantime, here’s what we’ll reopen the stands with:

Lots of beautiful chard; bunches and bulk Asian mustard greens; three varieties of eggplant; four varieties of summer squash (yellow, zucchini, Zephyr and Cousa); bags of arugula; Asian cucumbers; some bell peppers; spaghetti squash; and some Kabocha squash.

Hope to see you!
Jo Dwyer
Angel Valley Organic Farm
Farm stands:
Saturdays 9:00-1:00 in Jonestown on FM 1431 at the blinking yellow light; and
Wednesdays 10:00-?? in NW Austin at the Asian American Center, 11713 Jollyville Road (1-1/2 blocks north of the intersection of Jollyville and Duval)