Tomorrow is gleaning day at Clagett Farm. It's the end of the season. Needless to say, there is not much left on the fields and those plants that are still alive are barely producing. They had a tough season and many of them declared, "No mas!". But tomorrow promises to be a nice day and if you want to see how the farm looks at the end of the season, please come.
If you are interested in gleaning, here is what you may find (unless other gleaners got it before you): some arugula; very small quantities of lettuce, spinach, tat soi, tokyo bekana and a bit of baby hon tsai tai (an Asian green that did not reach harvestable); our heavily harvested mustard greens still have some leaves; there are almost no collards and kale, but if you walk through the rows perhaps you will be able to pick a tiny bit of each.
Gleaning hours: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.