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Hands in the Dirt: Spring Update

We're in the field! This past week marked our first foray into the young clover jungle, putting out all of our onions, peas and kale, not to mention some other early season crops like spinach, cabbage, and broccoli. All ...
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20 Shades of Kale

  {Kale - palm tree of the north.} Our blog has no shortage of cheesy wordplay titles; this may be the cheesiest so far. But all the same, it's practically true - we'll be growing a whopping 18 varieties of ...
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MOOC!

No, it isn't the sound of a cow-duck hybrid (though no doubt someone is working on it). Rather than write yet another post about how much we're anticipating the season and how fun it is to see all the little seedlings ...
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Heirlooms of Tomorrow

There was a great piece in Mise Magazine the other day, Why You Should Be Totally, Absolutely, Flat-Out Amped Up About Seeds. We are! And as we seeded our first crops (onions) of the season in our toasty 75F greenhouse ...
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Anne stars on the new TV show ‘Bountiful Wisconsin’

On a chilly day at the end of January, Anne had a conversation with Ashley Andre of Bountiful Wisconsin about community-supported agriculture (CSA) and why farmers like us choose to connect with eaters in the way we do. The ...
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Subtle Stirrings

After last year's ridiculously cold winter, with frost permeating 6 or 7 feet into the soil and nearby towns asking residents to run their water continuously to keep water mains from bursting, this year's winter feels ...