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US (OR): Seed to Table in Sisters extends growing season in a big way

The 2022 growing season has proven to be better than Seed to Table Executive Director Audrey Tehan hoped for.

"Wow! What an incredible season it's been. With our greenhouse expansions, warm October weather, and our amazing farm team's experiences, we will continue the produce share through November 16th!" said Tehan. "We have 110 families in our produce share. They've received S2T produce for 30 weeks this year!"

This will make S2T produce share (also known as a CSA- Community Supported Agriculture) one of the longest-running shares in Central Oregon by a staggering eight weeks. 

Volunteers have enjoyed the fall bounty as well; while helping harvest thousands of pounds of delicious, sweet, crunchy carrots. Teamwork has allowed the S2T storage house to be filled with winter squash, onions, potatoes, beets, and carrots. Located just outside downtown Sisters, S2T has shown that with hard work, years of experience, trial and error, and many skilled hands, it is possible to grow fresh veggies in Sisters Country for more than half of the year. 

Read the complete article at www.ktvz.com.


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