Good Earth Fall Newsletter:
View this email in your browser
The Good Earth
Organic Farm and Garden Center
Celebrate Autumn with us
Saying goodbye to summer is not easy after looking forward to it all winter but now it's time to welcome fall.
The cooler weather brings to the fore different crops and as with each season we look forward to the crops that we missed all summer. Now is the time to celebrate the return of lettuce for our winter salads; onions, garlic, potatoes and carrots for our casseroles and greens for health and vibrancy through the long winter months.
In our flower gardens we witness the transition to the fall colors of bronze and gold of beautiful mums and perennial grasses as they flutter in every breeze.
CERTIFIED ORGANIC PRODUCE
We are still harvesting our
veggies from the field and field greenhouses!


broccoli raab, carrots, kale, Swiss chard, lettuce, tomatoes, sweet peppers, eggplant along with garlic, onions & potatoes.

To accompany the produce we also have fresh eggs from pastured chickens, cheeses and a curated selection of natural gourmet foods to have on hand for those impromptu holiday gatherings with family and friends.


SIGN UP FOR OUR FALL-WINTER CSA
We are now offering shares in our Fall-Winter CSA
which will run from Nov. 2nd to December 28th.
Each weekly CSA share will include
a variety of fresh (extended) seasonal
organic produce grown here at

THE GOOD EARTH
ORGANIC FARM.

for the details
click here
We will be open Friday through Sunday in November & December if you'd prefer to just come and shop when the spirit moves you.

GROWING YOUR OWN FALL VEGGIES?
Check out our selection of cool season vegetable starts...
Arugula, Spinach, Napa cabbage, Lettuce and our fabulous Garlic-the great multiplier-plant- one clove and get a whole head!
To protect your cool crops from the cold the
easy way is with
wire hoops and floating row covers.
We use this system in early spring and in the fall to give our crops
some protection from the cold, rain and even snow.
We have the hoops and row covers and even empty sand bags
to hold the covers in place

FALL is the time to fertilize our perennial gardens and lawns
Yes, now's the time give your gardens and lawns a
good meal before they settle down to rest for the winter.
Our friends at North Country Organics have a blend of
organic fertilizer for everything that grows.
We've been using them for years, the best food for your plants!
MUMS & STRAW

It just wouldn't look like FALL without a few Mums and
a bale or two of straw.
Maybe even a scarecrow to
complete the scene.
We can provide the mums and straw but we'll leave making the scarecrow to you.
Featured special products by current and former employees...
Joyce's Lavender and balsam fir sachets. Heavenly fragrances!

Direct from Nepal via our former employee and world traveler Molly.
Here is a wonderful and very well made selection of bags, purses and wallets made from local and environmentally sustainable fibers by women in small villages from disadvantaged backgrounds and trained by Local Women's Handicrafts. (www.lwhnepal.com)


A wonderful children's book by Ana and Gregory Coffey
'Aine's Winter Walk'


Superb Pen and Ink cards from Elle Z, another of our very talented former employees
We can t close this newsletter without a sincere Thank You to all of you, our wonderful customers!!! Especially when we consider the circumstances of so many of our fellow earthlings, we can t say enough how much we appreciate your support, your business and your friendship!
One of our customers recently told us about a church in Providence which serves an impoverished community of over 4,000 people that is in need of food and clothing donations. Any donation would be greatly appreciated and can be dropped of at assumption Church, 791 Potters Ave. Monday - Thursday. Should you wish to contact the church,
their telephone number is 941-1248
1800 Scituate Avenue
Western Cranston (Hope), RI
401-826-3130

info@GoodEarthRI.com
The Good Earth on Facebook
The Good Earth on Facebook
The Good Earth on the Web
The Good Earth on the Web