News & Recipes

This recipe is so easy and easy to adapt, you can make it throughout the spring and summer, changing out the greens with the season. Ingredients 4 cups fresh arugula 1 Tbsp minced garlic 1 cup sunflower oil or olive oil 2 Tbsp pine nuts, roasted* 1/2 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese *raw cashews or pistachios are a good substitute Put all ingredients in a food processor and...

We had a question last week from a spring CSA customer, asking how our farmers deal with squash bugs while growing organically. Tara Stainton from Rattle's Garden was kind enough to supply us with her answer: "I have not found a great organic biological control for squash bugs so we rely completely on timing and understanding that I can't grow squash...

Meet Libby Collar, one of our Brand Ambassadors for the 2017 CSA Season: "I joined the CSA through New South Produce Co-Op a few years ago after learning about it from a friend, and it has been the best experience! We had been part of a different CSA and loved picking up our weekly share of local, naturally grown produce. One...

Meet Chelsea Stockdale, one of our Brand Ambassadors for the 2017 CSA season: "Hi! I’m Chelsea, the blogger behind Chelsea Be Healthy. I am a born and raised Arkansan with a passion for all things health and wellness. I believe that healthy living can and should be fun all while creating a balance of happiness, conscious living and intentional healthy choices....

This salad is far from your typical garden salad: roasted beets, goat cheese, and homemade dressing. From our friend and chef, Ryan Hickman at Eurest Compass Group, it is the perfect accompaniment to grilled chicken or steak. Ingredients: 6 small to medium beets, peeled and cut in half 4 small carrots, peeled 3 small radishes, sliced 1 pound salad mix greens 1/2 pound arugula or spinach...

Most of our farmers will talk to you about the importance of family, but one family stands out above the rest: the Dettelbach Family. Their farm is powered by three generations, working in unison to create not only a sustainable farming system, but a closer family unit. Steve and Ashley Dettelbach's farm is in Wynne, Arkansas. Not only do they grow...

Josh Hardin always seems to be smiling. Maybe that is why he calls his farm Laughing Stock Farm. He is one of those people who you meet, and you just know they have found their calling. They are certain in who they are and what they are meant to do. John certainly knows. His long-time customers at the Central Arkansas farmer's...

Joe Carr wasn't always an organic veggie farmer. While he has a long history of farming and working hard, he began his career as a cattle man in Northwest Arkansas. Eventually growing produce caught his eye, and he hasn't slowed down since. When I asked Joe recently what drives him to farm, he replied with his tongue-in-cheek style. "What drives me to...

On any given morning, you can find Brandon Gordon in his fields. He is a full-time farmer at 5 Acre Farm in Bradford, with two small boys and a love for what he does. I recently asked Brandon what attracted him to a life of farming. "When I first started farming, I would have said something about sustainability and a slower,...

Just stepping in the doors, you know you are in the right place. The earthy scents of caramel, the rich aroma of chocolate, and a slightly twangy edge to it all, and you've found Airship Coffee Roasters. Zephan and Mark are both smiling when I enter. They have a surprise waiting for me. These enthusiastic owners have set up a surprise coffee...