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Farm Oral History Project Interview

Before giving you all a bit of a farm update, a couple weeks back we were interviewed on 91.7 out of UW-Whitewater as we are part of their Wisconsin Farms Oral History Project - have a listen! [audio ...
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The Rain Dance

Farmers are finicky about rain. Sometimes we want more, sometimes we want none, and usually we wish it would hold off for just another day to let us get a lot of field work taken care of. Springtime, known for being kind ...
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Kale-Palooza & Seed Saving

[Anne is happy to be planting all this lacinato kale!] In the last blog post, we were getting amped up for all of the transplanting just around the corner, and everything went swimmingly. We planted over 1000 kale ...
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Planting Pre-Season

As the NCAA championship comes to a (dramatic!) close, the planting pre-season is just beginning! Our little seedlings are starting to begin training for the Real World, and only the strongest will survive! In truth, we ...
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Weird Weather? No Problem!

Yes, I know there's an ice storm that just went through, but would you believe that we're just three weeks away from putting plants in the ground? Tomatoes, cucumbers and greens in the hoophouse, as well as onions and ...
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Seeding up a Storm!

The veggie invasion has begun! Shortly after returning from the MOSES conference, we seeded onions, always our first crop, and this afternoon saw lots of kale, broccoli, even tomato and cucumber seeds plop into a comfy ...