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Midsummer Night’s Dream

There's plenty of work from February through June - seeding, weeding, transplanting, trellising, tilling, planting, cleaning. But in some ways it's only once the big harvests of late July come around - when all of those ...
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Ovine is Divine

{A couple of the less camera-shy sheep pose amongst the grass} Heavenly sheep, more or less. We've got 11 feisty ram lambs at the farm now, and they're happily munching through our overgrown vegetable field from ...
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Things to Come

This week saw our first ripe cucumbers, zucchini, and, believe it or not, Sun Gold tomato (just one)! All of that promises to be a lot of work starting in a week or two. Fortunately, after a long period of wet weather ...
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Summertime and the Livin’ is Easy

{Already trelissing our tomato plants!} The long, long days of summer are upon us. So far, this season has been fairly relaxed - largely thanks to the stellar efforts of our worker Justin as well as a field that ...
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Hoophouse Accomplished!

[Taking a break for lunch after pulling 3600 square feet/60+ pounds of heavy-duty plastic nice and tight] The big news around here is that we now have a new structure on the horizon - our hoophouse is finished and we ...
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Farewell Frost!

After a light frost early Wednesday morning, we'll soon be back in the upper 70s! And as far as we can tell, it's clear sailing from here on out - next week marks our big field push to get all those frost-sensitive crops ...