Pssst! Get the earlybird notes on the day’s harvest!

A grey baby turkey poult walks through grass in a garden.
An orphaned baby turkey poult (stray dog attack survivor) named Roadrunner thinks he is human. He’s a good worker, comes when we call him and helps with pest control in the garden at ARTfarm!

We send out an email a few hours before every farmstand, listing what we’ll have for sale. That’s up to three emails per week. You can sign up here;

  • on a mobile phone or tablet, scroll to the very bottom of the page for the email sign-up box, and
  • on a computer, look for the sign-up box in the side column of this (and every) page on our website.

We don’t use your email for anything but our farm updates (and rarely – maybe once a year – an announcement about an art exhibition by Luca or Christina); we don’t even have access to the email list, so there’s no spam risk (we harvest a lot of tomatoes, but we do NOT harvest email addresses). If you want to unsubscribe at some point, just follow the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the emails. It’s that easy!

7 thoughts on “Get Farm Emails

  1. Hey Just moved to East End, we relocated from St Bernard, La. We really miss our locally grown Creole Tomatoes!! Email me when you have a crop of Tomatoes for sale!! Thanks Charlene/Stan Do you grow;
    Militons,Snap Beans, Artichokes,File’ Trees,Thornless Blackberrys,
    Need for my Southern Recipes.

    1. Hey Charlene, welcome to the neighborhood! You will find lots of great locally grown tomatoes here on St. Croix, but there is definitely a season for them on the east end where things are a little dryer in climate. ARTfarm has a strong tomato season generally between December and March, with a few slicers as early as Thanksgiving and a few cherry tomatoes extending into April and May.

      Unfortunately, I have got hundreds and hundreds of people requesting information about what we have available and when. I’m afraid I wouldn’t be able to remember to email you personally in several months when the tomatoes start happening. But what you can do is go to our website and look on the left hand side for the Subscribe feature, to sign up for email. That will get you on our email list and as soon as we have produce available you’ll get a simple email in your inbox every week with our farmstand hours and what we’ve got for ya!

    1. Honestly, the security for anti-spam is so powerful on our email system that we cannot check for individual email addresses. You will know that you are signed up because you will have received an email from WordPress asking you to click a link and confirm your subscription.
      If you have not received that subscription confirmation email, please reread the instructions at the top of this page and try again. The instructions are above for both a desktop computer or using a smart phone to sign up on our website for farm emails. You may need to look for the confirmation email in your spam or junk folder.

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