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Yoga for Farmers: Supporting our bodies for the long haul (Part II)

{Winter shows itself in beautiful ways on Thanksgiving Day} As October became November, this farmer has been hard at work at the library, putting together a grant application to continue the 'Yoga for Farmers' idea I ...
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Entering the End of the Season

{The fall landscape from Holy Hill} We are just a week out from our first Holiday Share delivery (LAST chance for sign-ups!) and are doing some final clean-up, tidying up the packshed, tucking away storage crops so ...
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Book Review: Growing the Revolution by David R Montgomery

{Cover crop bounty in the 2018 RegRoo field}   So the season of book reading has already begun!  Tomatoes said their sianaro early, warm temperatures sent roots crops flying into Oct. and our last Full Season ...
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Hazel Faze

Perennial crops have always been something of an enticing wonder to me.  I enjoyed my garden growing up, tending potatoes and the like on the farm.  But I also really enjoyed the apples and razberries and treasured ...
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Hail the Rutabaga

{His royal highness of fall, the sweet and savory rutabaga} Rutabaga is the herald of a new season. It is always quietly growing and becoming ever more voluminous while we go about the wild and wooly task of staying ...
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Preservation Station

Last time we wrote about the impending end of tomato season. And here we are today taking down the trellis! Late blight certainly lived up to its reputation, and their season is most decidedly over. But we also froze up ...

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