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Three Years!

{The very beginning of Regenerative Roots - planting garlic in 2011} It's hard to believe, but our farm has been around for three years now! We started off with a small field of clover, a few tools, and a handful of ...
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Frosty Nights

{Enjoying a winter day in March 2013.} Right on schedule, the first week of October is bringing our first real fall frosts. Most commonly, people think of a killing frost as an end to the season, wiping out tender ...
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Hoop Dreams

{Assembled hoops for the hoophouse - add six feet for the sides and it'll be tall!} Our season hasn't really slowed down quite yet, but the field work is nearly all done, and the few remaining weeks of CSA and ...
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Farming Better

“The goal is to increase production and have more of a life every year.  When we produce more, we want to work less.”  -- Jean-Martin Fortier Every Monday, Anne and I pretty much take the day off, with just two ...
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Autumn Ambitions

With less than one month of official summer remaining this year, we're just starting to dig ourselves out of the August glut of tomato picking, and our minds are finally turning ever so slightly towards thoughts of other ...
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All Aboard the Tomato Train

We harvest our tomatoes three times each week - typically Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. As many of our farmers' market customers have remarked to us lately, they're slow to ripen this year in many local gardens! We've ...