Camel CSA has growing support from members

April 18, 2011

Our volunteers have harvested the first crop of salad leaves in the new polytunnel.

The mixed leaves went into the most recent weekly veg boxes along with a bag of baby spinach supplied by Jeremy Brown of St Kew Harvest.

Each standard box contained the first of the Cornish asparagus from Lower Croan, near Sladesbridge. We also had new season rhubarb cultivated by two CSA members – expert grower Jane Mellowship and garden author Trish Gibson.


We need all the help we can get at the moment so we’re relying heavily on our loyal workforce. They’ve exerted a great deal of effort over the last fortnight – and not just on the sowing, hoeing and growing.

The potting shed is up, the second large polytunnel is under construction and the cover is about to go on the seeding tunnel.

Thanks to Anna, Anne, Bob, Bridget, Charlotte, Danny, Gav, Henrietta, Jane, Jenny, Jeremy, Kitty, Mark M, Mark N, Mary, Mike S, Penny, Rebecca H, Robert, Simon, Steve, Trish F and Trish G. And to all the friends and relatives who’ve also come along to give us a helping hand.

What a great bunch of people.

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