Endless Summer Harvest

Growers of hydroponic lettuces, gourmet greens and herbs in Purcellville VA

Gourmet lettuces, speciality greens,and culinary herbs are grown hydroponically without pesticides 365 days a year in a controlled agricultural environment. Several varieties include living butterhead, green and red oak and romaine lettuce as well as arugula, watercress, and basil.

Mary Ellen Taylor, Endless Summer Harvest

In support of my friend, Richard Jimmerson. http://www.leesburgtoday.com/opinion/letters/mary-ellen-taylor-endless-summer-harvest/article_0fd9bef4-7bec-11e5-ba27-7b9b83d19411.html

leesburgtoday.com Dear Editor: I know Richard Jimmerson. I am fortunate to have him and his wife, Karen, as neighbors. They are both generous, helpful, and kind to all they meet.

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Region’s Agribusiness Harnesses Technology

leesburgtoday.com While Congress is on recess this month, Rep. Barbara Comstock used the time off the U.S. House floor to get a better sense of the 10th Congressional District’s agriculture industry.

Endless Summer Harvest Hosts Virginia Tech's VALOR Class II Fellows
Learn about the VALOR program here-
http://www.valor.alce.vt.edu

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Check out #36!!

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Love Market Burger's fresh, local selections!

Mary Ellen Taylor, President of ESH, representing the bounty of her business at Dupont Circle Farmers' Market. She will be debuting her new tent design next week in the same place at the same time.

A fun idea to help kids to eat their greens---Eating salad like a giraffe! Courtesy of David Sendzul, here are two amazing photos of a giraffe gently eating some Endless Summer Harvest lettuce out of a child's hand.
http://www.littlestomaks.com/2010/03/eating-salad-like-a-giraffe/

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One of the door prizes from our Winter Gardening Lecture Series at Gum Springs Library last weekend was hydroponic lettuce from Endless Summer Harvest! What a treat! For more info on them, click link: http://www.esharvest.com/

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School's Field Day Displays STEM In Action

Endless Summer Harvest’s Mary Ellen Taylor gives Mountain View Elementary students a lesson in growing lettuce without soil during the school’s STEM Fair Day Wednesday.




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leesburgtoday.com Mountain View Elementary School Wednesday bustled with representatives from just about every career field imaginable for its annual STEM Field Day.

[06/06/14]   Come out to visit us at the farm to get your greens today from 9 to 12! See you there!

Thank you, Will, for the positive impact you are making at our local Leesburg Farmer's Market. Please keep up your good work!

For the birds! ESH shares the lettuce that does not meet our standards with the birds of Solitude Wool.
http://www.solitudewool.com/about-us/

[04/11/14]   Saturday's forecast is 75˚and partly sunny and is just what the doctor ordered after the intense winter we've had. Head over to Leesburg Farmer's Market on Saturday from 9-12 and ask Will or Samantha about ESH's microgreen selection.

Win/Win! See you there!

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Penn Quarter FRESHFARM Market - LocalHarvest

Come see Mary Ellen Taylor at the Penn Quarter FRESHFARM Market on Thursdays. This producer-only farmers' market is open Thursdays from 3- 7:00pm, March to December.

You just might see Chef Jose Andres of Jaleo in DC!

http://www.localharvest.org/penn-quarter-freshfarm-market-M6387

localharvest.org The Penn Quarter FRESHFARM Market is located at the north end of 8th Street, NW near E Street, NW. The Downtown Business Improvement District and the nearby merchants and residents support this producer-only farmers' market. This producer-only farmers' market is open Thursdays from 3:00pm to 7:00pm,...

[04/11/14]   The farm will be open tomorrow, Friday, April 11, 2014, from 9-12 and the following Fridays for purchasing your hydroponic lettuces, gourmet greens and herbs! Hope to see you there!

Mary Ellen: Endless Summer Harvest, LLC

zip.kiva.org Endless Summer Harvest, a family owned and managed hydroponic farm, is the premier grower of a variety of gourmet lettuces and greens in the Washington DC metropolitan area. The company's expertise is in providing locally grown, pesticide free, fresh salad produce, 365 days a year, for sale at fa...

Thanks to Kiva Zip and 118 generous lenders, Endless Summer Harvest received a 0% interest loan to expand its microgreen production capacity! We are so grateful and very excited about this growth! We wish to send a MACRO thank you to all of the donors for our MICROgreen loan!

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Mary Ellen: Endless Summer Harvest, LLC

Become a lender to Endless Summer Harvest through Kiva Zip. $5 to support Mary Ellen grow her farming business!
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Thank you to Capital One for matching funds for all lenders!

zip.kiva.org Endless Summer Harvest, a family owned and managed hydroponic farm, is the premier grower of a variety of gourmet lettuces and greens in the Washington DC metropolitan area. The company's expertise is in providing locally grown, pesticide free, fresh salad produce, 365 days a year, for sale at fa...

[10/27/13]   Planet Forward cordially invites you to attend the Feeding the Planet Summit on October 30th from 8:30 am to 5 pm at the Jack Morton Auditorium & Media Public Affairs Building, 805 21st ST, NW, Washington, DC. You may either attend in person or watch the livestream of the Summit at www.planetforward.org. If you plan to attend in person please register at the web site.

Endless Summer Harvest's micro greens and lettuces will be served at the reception.

[10/27/13]   Endless Summer Harvest opens its doors to the public most every Friday to allow our friends to purchase our products from 8 am to Noon. If you would like to order in advance and pick up your purchases on Friday please call 540-751-0900 to place your order.

[10/26/13]   If you happen to be in Purcellville, VA today 10/26 consider stopping by Catoctin Creek Distillery where Endless Summer will be hosting a tasting of their newest line of salad dressing paired with the delicious greens!

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Fall Flavors and a Chef at Market

myemail.constantcontact.com Apples, Arugula, Beets, Bok Choi, Celery, Chard, Collard Greens, Ginger Root, Gourds, Grapes, Kale, Lettuce, Pears, Potatoes, Pumpkins, Radishes, Sweet Potatoes, Green Beans, Winter Squash.

[09/20/13]   Please join us at Loudoun's Main Street Agriculture festival Saturday, September 21st, 2013 from 10 am - 4 pm in downtown Leesburg, VA on Loudoun Street between King and Wirt streets.

[05/15/13]   Here's a really simple Arugula & Strawberry Salad from Martha Stewart.

1/2 pint strawberries, rinsed, hulled, and quartered
2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
2 tablespoons olive oil
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
2 bunches arugula, washed, dried, & trimmed
1/2 cup toasted pecan halves

In a large bowl, toss strawberries with 1 Tbsp balsamic vinegar; let sit 5 to 10 minutes. In another small bowl, whisk together remaining Tbsp balsamic vinegar with the olive oil, salt and pepper.
To the strawberries, add vinaigrette, Endless Summer Harvest arugula, and toasted pecan halves.
Toss to combine, and enjoy!

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Endless Summer Harvest

Read about L'Academie de Cuisine's visit to Endless Summer Harvest and North Gate Vineyard!
http://lacdigest.wordpress.com/2013/05/01/endlesssummerharvest

lacdigest.wordpress.com As told by Voula Bourzikos, Culinary Arts Teaching Assistant Culinary students went on a field trip this week to Endless Summer Harvest and met the farm’s President and General Manager, Mary Ellen ...

[05/08/13]   Endless Summer Harvest is mentioned as a favorite of Poste Chef Dennis Marron in this month's Washingtonian!
Lettuces such as butterhead and watercress from Endless Summer Harvest - "It's great because it's year-round," says Marron of the hydroponic farm. "I get just as good lettuces in winter as in summer."

[05/06/13]   Endless Summer Harvest is open every Friday morning for on-site sales. ESH lettuce can also be purchased locally at Butterfly Gourmet in Purcellville and the Home Farm Store in Middleburg. And, several Loudoun restaurants purchase our products for their daily salads!

[04/27/13]   We will be at [email protected] Family Festival Sunday 11:00-4:00! See our hydroponic display and get some of your favorite ESH lettuce! We'll be on the patio!

Come meet Alkis at the Falls Church Farmers Market tomorrow, 8am-noon!

[03/15/13]   We are looking forward to seeing all our friends at the Arlington farmers market tomorrow!

The culinary students from L'Academie de Cuisine Culinary School - Professional came out for a tour today to learn more about local food sourcing. We enjoyed showing them our hydroponic growing techniques!

Bert eating sorrel ... we will have plenty for the markets this weekend!

Endless Summer Harvest salad at yesterday's Foodshed Farmer-Chef Summit!

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Locovores delight at Loudoun Grown Expo | LoudounTimes.com

Nice photo of David Taylor at the Loudoun Grown Expo in this week's Loudoun Times Mirror!
http://www.loudountimes.com/index.php/news/article/locovores_delight_at_loudoun_grown_expo123

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Fill your bowl, fill your glass! ESH is providing fresh salad for the benefit gala for the Pottery Studio at the Round Hill Arts Center Saturday, Feb. 23. Purchase tickets at www.roundhillartscenter.org

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Endless Summer Harvest and fans at today's Loudoun Grown Expo

We are looking forward to the Loudoun Grown Expo. Come check out our hydroponic display and learn how we grow your favorite lettuce!

Please feel free to share our 2013 Loudoun Grown Expo poster on your FB page. Thanks for sharing.

[12/05/12]   Have you tried Endless Summer Harvest Mâche? Mâche (or lamb’s lettuce) can be cooked like spinach, or eaten raw in a salad. Here’s a recipe for Kohlrabi and Mâche salad from epicurious.com!

3 medium kohlrabi (2 pounds total)
1/2 small red onion
1 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
3 Tbsp olive oil
2 Tbsp drained capers
2 oz mâche (about 4 cups)

Peel kohlrabi, slice very thin with slicer and put in a bowl.
Slice onion very thin, then rinse in a sieve and pat dry. Stir into kohlrabi. Stir together lemon juice, 1/4 tsp salt, and a pinch of pepper, then stir in oil and capers. Pour over vegetables. Toss with mâche and serve immediately.

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Endless Summer Harvest was a finalist for 2012 Rural Business of the Year! Check out this short video by Steve Mackey!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzBfsWqpxKY&sns=em

Mary Ellen and Kurt Krause at the Green Business Challenge Gala.

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