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  • Arctic blast 2.0 and the aftermath
    Well we just had a run in with another arctic blast. This one was milder than the last but somehow hit us harder. We managed to keep most of our crops alive and harvestable through it, but we had a little mishap in our kitchen. More on that in a bit. The featured image above…
  • A glimpse of the deer fence build!
    We had to drive the first post manually due to the close pipeline easement. They wouldn’t let us use the gas powered driver due to the vibration. My dad found that giant custom made very heavy manual post driver at a garage sale decades ago. He never used it until this project! It was prefect…
  • Fall CSA crop walk
    We have a nice crop of spinach coming on! Left to right: salad turnips, spinach, bok choy. Cabbage. Green onions and purple kohlrabi. Lettuce on the right. Parsley and collards. Chinese cabbage, fennel, kohlrabi. Fennel. Baby kohlrabi! Curly kale. Lettuce, mini onions, cilantro, carrots. There’s a gopher ravaging this bed of carrots and I haven’t…
  • A little farm tour in pictures
    A great crop of radish microgreens ready for this week’s CSA shares! Lots of green onions and lettuces at varying stages of growth. We’ve been spreading compost and prepping beds for more plantings. Swiss chard, getting a lot of caterpillar pressure on them. Fennel, cucumbers and some beds soon to be planted. Curly kale before…
  • Week 3 CSA update – Fall ’22
    Our flower garden is full of butterflies, bees, bumblebees, ladybugs and dragonflies… and we love it! Harvesting arugula. Sunflower shoots. This lettuce will be ready for next week. Chard Curly kale We had to rip out the zucchini already, they got complete defoliated by caterpillars. Didn’t get much at all from that bed. We harvested…