Sage Mountain Farms Blog
“The farm had an early freeze come in on Sunday night. Temperatures got down into the low thirties which resulted in crop damage and then Monday night again with temperatures in the high [...]
Stuffed Summer Squash Recipe Ingredients: Sage Mountain Farm organic farm fresh vegetables & fruit from this weeks C.S.A. (Community Supported Agriculture) farm share box! Not a member yet? [...]
On a chilly day like today, a cup of warn Bone Broth goes down smooth! It’s great cold on warm, summer days too! Bone Broth is not only tasty, it’s excellent for your health! It eases [...]
The smell of fresh soil is in the air! We are tilling the soil today, where last seasons root vegetable crops were planted! With the importation of organic inputs such as manures, composts, and [...]
I’m going to tell it to you straight, I’ve been a vegetarian the past few years but when my blood results came back to tell me that I was alert level low iron deficient, that quickly [...]
Farm News: Storm Update Over the past few weeks the farm has been hit by a series of devistating storms. The first week in Feb brought 4” of snow. Followed the next week by flash flooding that [...]
Baked Butternut Squash on a cold day warms the bones, and the kitchen! On chilly winter days like we’ve had, butternut squash is a healthy remedy for the winter chills. Immune boosting [...]
Hi everyone! Some quick tips on how to break down a CSA box for easier transport. Thank you for returning them to the farm or your CSA pick up location! Have a wonderful day and thank you [...]
EASIEST EVER Tomato Preservation: Ferment Your Tomatoes: Homesteading Family This time of year when tomatoes are plentiful, we have a great idea to share with you! One of our favorite [...]
Using the seasonal local farm fresh organic veggies that came in my CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) farm share box this week, I decided to chop them up, throw them in the oven and make a [...]
Nothing is better than juicy, sweet, refreshing organic watermelon! We at Sage Mountain Farm know that nothing is more disappointing than getting home to find that your watermelon lacks flavor. [...]
I don’t know why they say to “feed a cold”, but my appetite seems to agree. A hearty, immune boosting blend of nutrient rich super-foods is in order after a late summer [...]
An Heirloom Tomato Farming Adventure…. If you’ve grown Heirloom tomatoes in your garden, you know their biggest challenge is disease. Heirloom tomatoes are an old-fashioned, [...]
When greens are in abundance, preserve the harvest by making a super nutritious greens powder! There is a surplus of quality “Green Powders” on the market, but did you know you can [...]
Today in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) This week’s farm share is a green bounty of freshly harvested goodies, some of which I’m not very familiar with. These deeply vibrant [...]
Sage Mountain Farm is in Coachella Magazine thanks to a feature story about our customer, Justin Eat & Drink! A cozy, farm-to table style restaurant that features seasonal, locally sourced [...]
Get a move on your diet with a green smoothie that will curb cravings and reduce hunger, helping you stick to it, and make it easier to lose weight. Get better skin, hair and nails on the outside [...]
The road to comfort is paved with a nurturing bowl of home-made chicken soup. See how you can make this effective home-remedy with soul renewing ease.
When the day is long and the work hard, preparing the comforts of home are best left simple.
Boost the delicious Delicata squash’s antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic and insulin-regulating benefits with two powerful super foods!
Does an "apple a day" really "keep the doctor away"?
Altering dietary habits may be a practical and cost-effective means of reducing cancer risk and modifying tumor behavior.
Not all vegetables are created equal. Where Does Your Food Come From?
The most tender, fall off the bone Lamb Shanks braised in a Bourguignon inspired red wine gravy that will not leave you wanting! This full bodied, luxurious recipe gives comfort food new meaning [...]
As fall approaches, I start craving classic comfort foods, like Beef Stew. This Beef Stew Recipe, made with farm fresh beef, from a small farmer just down the road (Sage Mountain Farm) is a [...]
I love a good cup of eggnog around Christmas but who knows what they put in the stuff from the store? Our answer is to follow George Washington’s lead and make our own Aged Eggnog with our fresh [...]