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With most of our employees involved in social media and marketing, we are finally getting our website up to par with our consumers’ needs. We’re trying to make everything easier for YOU. You can now see what items we have available, what items of which we’re sold out, and new/upcoming items such as pickled Quail eggs and spiced elderberry syrup!

There’s even a link to a CSA Form so that you can sign up for a CSA subscription box in a matter of minutes!

Just so you know, we offer FREE deliveries on all CSA boxes (with or without a subscription) within 20 miles of the Farm, and a CSA subscription now guarantees members a 15% discount on ALL Beaver Creek products! We also now offer individual protein CSA boxes! The $25 Quail box comes with two butchered Quail, a dozen Quail eggs, and three veggies; and the $30 Pheasant box comes with a butchered Pheasant, a half dozen Pheasant eggs, and three veggies!

This week we started transplanting our hemp clones! It was a lot of fun naming them and we all have favorites! Micah’s fav is Marena, Jake’s is Black Betty (Blam Blam), and Lorriane’s is Helga. The process of creating transplants, known as cloning, is quite simple: a small branch is removed at a  certain length using a razor blade, dipped in a root stimulant, and planted in a peat pot. We keep the new transplants, or clones, under our seed beds to keep them out of direct sun but still in the comfort of the greenhouse.



We want to take a moment to thank anyone who has bought CSA boxes, Beaver Creek dinner plates, single items, ect. in the past couple weeks; your support is so very much appreciated. Our individual CSA boxes have become our most popular product being that they’re ONLY $20 dollars and come FULL of goodies! We feel that being available to our community as a source of fresh food is important and we will continue to fulfill this role to the best of our abilities. So thank you!



We're excited that our Ramps are coming up! We have a small cultivated patch that’s a few years old from which we harvest every year. A Ramp is a rare variety of wild garlic usually found growing in the Appalachian forest and is highly prized by foragers. We usually sell it by the pound, but this year we also have plans to experiment with Ramps as a dry rub and/or seasoning salt!

If you like what you see you can order a Mother’s Day basket packed full of Beaver Creek goodies.  More info to come, watch out for a post on Facebook and Instagram.

If you like what you see you can order a Mother’s Day basket packed full of Beaver Creek goodies.  More info to come, watch out for a post on Facebook and Instagram


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