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Interview with Heartbeet Farms

In the summer of 2015 we interviewed Rebecca of Heartbeet Farms on their family farms and their practices.

Heartbeet Farms

Support Heartbeet Farms to invest in their cooperative effort to keep their three local, small-scale family farms thriving.

2020 Virtual CSA Fair

Our 19th Annual Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fair is going virtual! Beginning Monday, April 20, we will feature over 20 local farms that provide our community with amazing food throughout the growing season. We will be featuring a variety of different CSAs, including vegetables and fruit, meat, cheese, bread, mushrooms, and even seafood. Some farms…

Recipe: Seward-Made Sausage Meets Seasonal Produce

This aromatic cabbage, sauerkraut, sausage stew hails from central Europe and is Poland’s national dish. It brings together some of our favorite seasonal items that also happen to be on sale at Seward Co-op through Oct. 16. Seward-made Nürnberger sausage is $2 off per pound for everyone and organic gala apples from Hoch Orchard in…  Read More

Produce at its Peak

Local produce season will be peaking very soon—when almost everything is available to us, from spring vegetables like herbs and radishes to winter crops such as cured onions and squash. And of course there’s the fruit; we will soon see local peaches, melons, and then apple and pears. If you look around Seward’s produce departments…  Read More

Delivering the Harvest Early by Way of Hydroponics

Spring has sprung­–the days are getting longer, the temperatures are rising, and the birds have returned to the Upper Midwest! It’s an exciting time in produce, and though it’s hard to believe, our first deliveries of local tomatoes, cucumbers, basil, and spring greens have arrived from P6 farmers, Living Waters Gardens, Living Greens Farm and…  Read More

Delivering the Harvest Early by Way of Hydroponics

Spring has sprung­–the days are getting longer, the temperatures are rising, and the birds have returned to the Upper Midwest! It’s an exciting time in produce, and though it’s hard to believe, our first deliveries of local tomatoes, cucumbers, basil, and spring greens have arrived from P6 farmers, Living Waters Gardens, Living Greens Farm and…  Read More

Produce At Its Peak: Summer Squash

Summer Squash Did you know summer squash is not really a vegetable? The many varieties of summer squash are a type of “pepo”, or hard-walled berry that are harvested while the rind is still tender and edible. Summer squash is in season now and we are carrying at least five varieties (green and gold zucchini,…  Read More

Produce At Its Peak: Summer Squash

Summer Squash Did you know summer squash is not really a vegetable? The many varieties of summer squash are a type of “pepo”, or hard-walled berry that are harvested while the rind is still tender and edible. Summer squash is in season now and we are carrying at least five varieties (green and gold zucchini,…  Read More