Farm Blog

Seed journeys from Nebraska to Wisconsin

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Mid January, here we go!! What a whirlwind it has been!  My first blogpost with the farm, where to begin?… Well, this arrival has been a long time coming one might say.  The last coupl... Read More

Thailand, Part I – The Women’s Build

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I’ve returned from the land of friendly people, incredible food, and inspiring DIY energy – Thailand, that is! The Saturday after Thanksgiving, my mom and I caught a plane to Tokyo, Japan,... Read More

Time to Hibernate!

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{The building Anne is working on in Thailand} Just yesterday we froze 4 gallons of minced garlic – just a portion of our stash of garlic left over after all the CSA shares, farmers’ markets, and w... Read More

Farmsgiving

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{Anne is dwarfed by the eroded sandstone rock formations} It’s finally cold. Which means it’s nice and toasty inside by the woodstove (we look forward to firing that up every year). ItR... Read More

2017 – Here We Come!

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Think it’s too early to think about 2017? Think again! The field is officially sleeping for the season. Our garlic started sprouting pretty quickly with the insanely warm temperatures of the pas... Read More

End of the Season

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Well, it’s late October, and we still haven’t had a killing frost yet (amazing!) but it’s still time to wrap things up for 2016 – our FIFTH SEASON! We’ve learned so much,... Read More

Frosts and Leaving the Third Dimension

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{Anne and Justin taking down the tomato trellis} Mid-October is already here! This time of year things change so rapidly compared to July and August. The sun sets earlier and earlier, rises later and ... Read More

Back to the Farm

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We pulled back into the driveway after our trip to the Boundary Waters and opened the door to a humid 80 degrees without any breeze. With mosquitoes. Ack! Everything that our week up north wasn’... Read More