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CSA VEGGIES: What do we grow @ Nama Farm?

Posted by Nate Peyman on April 2, 2015 at 12:50 AM Comments comments (0)

Every year we grow out 40+ different varieties of heirloom Tomatoes, we are *always trying new things* In 2016 we're going for more Farmhouse Flowers, Heirloom Popcorn, Okra, Fingerling Potatoes, Pole and Snap Beans, Hot Peppers, Cukes and Farm Fresh Eggs. Its always a gamble, its always a variety, always beautiful.

Here's a list of CSA veggies grown for our shares:

May/June: Radishes, Chives and flowers, Parsley, Sage, Thyme, Arugula, Lovage & other Culinary Herbs, tender greens for supergreen smoothies, Jeruselum Artichokes/Sunchokes, Baby Beets & Greens, Spinach, Sugarsnap and Snowpeas, baby Chard & tender baby Kale, Head Lettuce, Mesculin & sweetleaf Salad Mix, Scallions/ green onions, garlic scapes.

July: Summer Squash Pattypan & Zucchini, early Tomatoes & rainbows of Cherry Tomatoes, Onions, Garlic Scapes and Garlic, tender greens for supergreen smoothies, early Potatoes, Carrots, Dill, Cucumbers & all sorts of Pickles, Kale, Asian Greens, Mustards & other Braising Greens, Rainbow Chard, Peppers, Snap Beans & Dilly Beans, Basil, lemon balm, mint, chamomile, oregano  & other Culinary Herbs, all sorts of Cabbages, Collards, Jams and Jellys.

August: Rainbows of Heirloom Tomatoes, Hot Peppers, Tomatillos, Groundcherrys, Basil & other Culinary Herbs, Heritage Hot Peppers & Hot Sauce, Fingerlings and larger Potatoes, Snap Beans, Pole Beans, all sorts of Salads & StirFry greens,  Cucumbers and Pickles, Heirloom Zucchini & Summer Squash, Onions, Garlic, Shallots & more!

Sept-Oct-Nov: Roots, Celery, Rainbow Chard, Mustard Greens, Head lettuce, late Bush Beans, Winter Squash & Pie Pumpkins, Sweetleaf Salad, Leeks, Garlic & late harvest of sweet Carrots, Sugarsnap and Snowpeas, Asian Greens, Mizuna, baby Kale and Spinach, tender greens for supergreen smoothies, Cabbages & Kraut, ChowChow, Kimchi, Applesauce and Applebutter and  more... :D!

This covers it for the most part.

Nate & Ama

Nama Farm 2016 CSA Registration Form

Posted by Nate Peyman on April 1, 2015 at 4:45 PM Comments comments (0)

2016 Nama Farm FULL Year share for Families of 4+ more will run 20 weeks, May 26 until October 6th for $575....a great value for our delicious heirloom veggies and homemade yumms!

3/4 Share perfect for two people, runs the full 20 weeks for $425.

You get super fresh beautiful veggies and delightful canned goods every week, and it's an easy pick up at Thursdays Jericho Farmers Market

PICKUP & visit with us at Jericho Farmers' Market on Rt15 at Mills Riverside Park on Rt 15 on Thursdays from 3:30-6:30pm (in 2015 JFM ran May 28th - October 1st) we offer you more personal choice at our booth as we pack your fresh-picked share.



Please complete the form below & return to us via mail.

Check payment of $575 for our FULL year share or the two person 3/4 size share for $425 Please make your check out to “Nama Farm”...  Installment Payment arrangements can be made.

Mail to:  Nate Peyman, Nama Farm, 317 Cambridge Road #101, Cambridge VT 05444

Be sure to enclose the “CSA Customer Information” section below... it helps us serve you best!

2016 Nama Farm CSA Statement:

- We offer a limited number of CSA Shares, and they will be the Very Best of all that we grow with Love. *We Are Your Farmers* - YOU are why our small farm exists and thrives, and we are grateful. Our market canned goods and pies are first-come first-served... & Nama’s Farmhouse Goods are Small Batch From Scratch, but Farmer Ama will take CSA member requests or hold something for you, so just ask! :D

- For every 9 shares we sell each year we donate 1 more to local VT families in need, to address the realities of Hunger in our community and our nation. Contact us if you have knowledge of a family in need or food pantry/soup kitchen to support. We will be happy to see if we can work it out.

- We always work hard for the best Yields and beautiful veggies. Some years despite all a farmers best efforts, crops fail. We always have wide crop diversity and grow resistant Heirloom Varieties.... Nevertheless *We cannot guarantee that VT Weather and unknown elements will always provide for good production of all our crops* and *we appreciate you taking these natural risks on with us* - we promise to always do *the very best we can* to live up to our standard of high quality foods and fine service for you.

Nama Farm: Growing Good Food With Love!

Questions? [email protected] or text phone, or pm via facebook.

Thank you so very much from your farmers, Nate Peyman and Ama Hannan



2015 Nama Farm *CSA CUSTOMER INFORMATION* we need from you:


Registering for:     FULL Farm Year:_____/$575    3/4 Share:_____/$425



Phone #(s): H                               C                              W



Email/Other Contact Info:

Number of Adults & Children in Share household:

[ ] [email protected] Jericho Farmers' Market on Thurs, 3:00-6:30pm (May - October 2016)

Any Faves, Dietary Preferences or Food Allergies?:

Thoughts on Survival Economys & Trade Goods

Posted by Nate Peyman on March 27, 2014 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (1)

So many say "Times Are Tougth" and "Noone calls or writes anymore.. Facebook is nice and so is Facetime... but its not like having real face-to-face time with friends and family or folks who care about me, living nearby.." and even "I'm Afraid Of What Might Happen Soon.."

How do we survive and thrive now, no matter what happens?

I propose that we take a very good deep look at ourselves. What can we do in the real world of work? (Not online. In the real physical local World.)

If you find yourself frequently feeling worried about the economy and the future, make a PLAN.

Ask yourself, what are your Homesteading Skills?

Get an idea of a *trade good* that you & members of your family could produce. Can you Sew? Weld? Repair engines? Make wine? Brew beer? Knit? Bake? Build? Make bio-fuel? Farm? Garden? Boil Maple or Sorghum syrup? Hunt? Slaughter animals safely and process them well? Fish? Grow herbs outside or in long boxes under lights? Cater and Cook meals for many? Teach Youth your  Skills?

Think outside the Box. Think of how you can be part of your local food circles, and have a trade good to thrive and survive with. That is how folks have survived in every situation throughout difficult Human history, worldwide. For no matter what happens globally, as long as life is possible, you will be ok if you have SKILLS and Trade Goods.

Every human being wants good food, needs some form of Air & Water and Sustenance to survive. If you cannot figure out growing enougth food for your own self & family, or you have no land, get to the local Farmers Market or farm store and support your local Farmers and Craftspeople  :D  We appreciate you SO MUCH!


If you have no money, and no paid job... well, maybe folks need mending done, cooking or home catering, or baby care while they work.. or, maybe a local vacant lot or land parcel can be worked by your family or a community group and soil tested etc.. then you would have land to grow fresh good foods, raise animals or create other trade items on.  


Anyway... without knowing what your personal circumstances are

*I wish you well* 


Personally my prayer is,

May all the children be Fed and Safe.

May we find a way to survive and thrive, together. 

May *We The People* Work It Out! 

One Love and many Blessings - Farmer Ama, Nama Farm

CSA: Growing Farm Love!

Posted by FarmerAma on February 6, 2012 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a Growing Relationship between farmers and food buyers. A CSA helps the farmer run the farm with your investment before and during the growing season; and It affords the consumer farm fresh food at better prices, and direct access to high quality food.

CSA members, like Shareholders, contribute to the financial health of independent local little farms and gain a personal connection to their food, the land on which it was raised, and the people who care for it for you: Growing Farm Love!

- Farmer Ama


At Your Service - How did we do?

Posted by Nate Peyman on December 1, 2011 at 5:15 PM Comments comments (1)

Nama Farm strives to make our customers happy!  We appreciate your feedback, as it will help strengthen our service and public relations.  Please let us know what you thought of different aspects of our CSA program for 2011, including:

- Home Delivery; would you consider a farm pick-up option?

- Customer Service/ Scheduling Changes

- Information, Facebook announcements, Labeling, would you like more Recipes?

Anything else you can share with us about your CSA experience



Product Placement... in your mouth!

Posted by Nate Peyman on November 26, 2011 at 4:40 PM Comments comments (2)

Nama Farm's Value-Added Products!

What did you love?

What would you like more of?

What was not for you?

What's on your wish-list for 2012?!


To refresh your taste buds' memories, here's a partial list of Amas home-cooked products CSA members received for 2011:

Strawberry-Rhubarb Jam  .  .  . Blueberry Jam  .  .  .  Mixed Berry Jam . . .

Dill Pickles  .  .  .  Bread & Butter Pickles  .  .  .  Zucchini Relish . . .

Pepper Jelly  .  .  .  Dilly Beans  .  .  .  Elderberry Applesauce  .  .  .

Apple Sauce  .  .  .  Sacred Basil Pesto  .  .  .  Mixed Veggie Pickles  .  .  .  

Caramel Apple Pie  .  .  .  Blueberry Pie  .  .  .  Pumpkin Pie  .  .  .

Arugula to Zucchini: Nama Farm 2011 Veggies

Posted by Nate Peyman on November 26, 2011 at 4:25 PM Comments comments (2)

Please share your faves -- what you wanted more of, and what was too much.

Would you like more customization? 

More consistency? 

More variation? 

Let us know what would make it better for you!  Thanks.


Here's a list of veggies we gave the CSA in summer and fall shares:

Summer Shares

mesclun mix  .  .  .  lettuce mix  .  .  .  braising mix  .  .  .

green onions  .  .  .  radishes  .  .  .  arugula  .  .  .  chives  .  .  .

parsley  .  .  .  sage  .  .  .  cilantro  .  .  .  lovage  .  .  .

kale  .  .  .  chard  .  .  .  spinach  .  .  .  head lettuce  .  .  .

lemon balm  .  .  .  mint  .  .  .  chamomile  .  .  .  oregano  .  .  .

sugar snap/ snow peas  .  .  .  zucchini  .  .  .  cucumbers  .   .   .

garlic  .  .  .  shallots  .  .  .  turnips . . .  basil  .  .  .  dill  .  .  . 

cherry tomatoes  .  .  .  beans  .  .  .  summer squash  .  .  .

beets  .  .  .  onions  .  .  .  carrots . . .  potatoes  .  .  .

and last but not least:   Large Heirloom Tomatoes!

Additions in Fall Shares

peppers  .  .  .  eggplants  .  .  .  tomatillos

winter squash  .  .  .  leeks  .  .  .  celery  .  .  . 

cabbage  .  .  . 

This covers it for the most part.  Not a bad list, huh?



  • "Hey folks, Nate and Ama know how to grow vegetables. There is something wonderful about the bags of flower filled salad greens, the luscious, flavor filled heirloom tomatoes an..."
    Kelly King
    I'm a believer!
  • "I met Ama & Nate at the Mill's River farmer's market, which I was only able to get to once in a while. When I found they offered a home-delivery CSA that felt like the perfect ..."
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    happy customer!