September Harvest Box

September Harvest Box


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In addition to our regularly scheduled Fall-and-Winter shares from October to January, we are now offering a September Harvest Box for $75 that can be ordered as a stand-alone option or as an add-on to our Fall-and-Winter share. We hope you’ll enjoy this opportunity to start eating Wolf Pine goodness even sooner this season. It is designed to roll into our Fall-and-Winter share season.

This is a stand-alone option, so if you’ve been pondering a winter share but want to see what it might be like, this is a great way to test-drive what one box feels like. The September Harvest Box will be one box that is bursting full of a variety of produce available during this bountiful month in Maine where just about every veggie is coming on strong. You can plan on several weeks of meals that are very veggie-focused and seasonal to the max!

When and Where

The one-time pickup September Harvest Box will be available in mid to late September. There are several options to choose from:

  • Portland Pickup — September 20, 2023 (pre-packed)
  • Kittery Pickup — September 21, 2023 (pre-packed)
  • On Farm Pickup in Alfred — September 26, 2023 (pack your own)

*Note — These distributions are the same days that our September meat shares will be available as well. You can learn more about meat shares here

What’s in a Share?

The share will include an assortment of items that will look a little bit like this…

Leeks (2 pounds)
Brussels sprouts (1 lb.)
Celeriac (1 lb.)
Kale (1 bunch)
Parsley (1 bunch)
Sage (1 bunch)
Savory (1 bunch)
Peppers or tomatoes (2-3 pounds)
Radishes (an assortment of daikon and watermelon radishes)
Beets (2 pounds)
Carrots (3 pounds)
Onions (2-4 pounds)
Winter Squash (probably 2-3 lbs. delicata)
Cabbage (one head)
Salad greens (1 bag)

And a few items sourced from a few other local farms to round out the share:

Mushrooms (1 box)
Apples (2-4 pounds)

There is some wiggle room built into this list — if one item is short or doesn’t grow as expected we may increase the amount of other items or find a replacement. If we need to fill any gaps, we’ll source from other certified organic local farms. We’ll let you know what these items are and where they are coming from.

How to Store the Items in the September Harvest Box  

Ideal in the fridge (or root cellar) — all of these items will store for a month or more if stored properly
Brussels sprouts, leeks, celeriac, radishes, beets, carrots, cabbage

More perishable fridge items:
Parsley, kale, mushrooms

Can be fridge or dried:
Sage, savory

Can be stored on the counter or in a cupboard
Tomatoes, peppers, apples, onions, winter squash

Recipe Ideas

Imagine cooking roasted beet salad, quick weeknight kale and tomato pasta, cabbage and mushroom stir-fry (or a fabulous sausage version if you’ve signed on for our September meat share). Use herbs to season fall soups, roasted veggies, and meats. Make shaved Brussels sprouts salad or sautee them up as a super-simple side dish. Our sweet and fresh carrots and raw radishes will have you smiling during lunchtime & snacks. Potato leek soup, roasted delicata chips, and any number of fall soups with an onion and celeriac starting point… Links to recipes and tips for all of these items will be shared with you so that you can make the most of your share.

Sign Up

To secure your September Harvest Box — signup on our website sign-up form. Please drop us an email at if you have any questions about the September Harvest Box. We’d be happy to answer any questions that you may have.