Hello, Well Fed Community Garden! I’ve blogged about a few different things these past two months, but pretty much none of them have been farming. And for a while I didn’t have much to say: I did absolutely nothing related to agriculture other than day dreaming. In the very beginning of February, I started working … Continue reading Hello, Well Fed Community Garden!
Hi blog. I’m sorry for the long silence. Not to unduly thrash the proverbial expired equine for my excuses, but there’s been a lot of work and not a lot of time for my usual airy-fairy musings the past few weeks. Lately, the most complex thing on my mind is whether or not I will … Continue reading Moisture
Don’t get your hopes up—this is not that kind of blog. Does anyone know the origins of that euphemism? I suspect it references bees just for the alliterative and metric qualities of the word. Bees are decidedly undersexed creatures. Up to a million of them living in those boxes, and the queen is the only … Continue reading Birds & the Bees
Ahoy! I’m still here, but life on the farm has ramped up into overdrive with the fecund bounty of spring. We’re spending a lot of time harvesting and weeding—harvest in the morning, weeding in the afternoon. Afternoons also see bed preparation and transplanting, though that’s dependent on the cooperation of the weather. We had a … Continue reading Surrounded by Beauty
This poor blog has been bewilderingly light on content the past few weeks. Trust me, it’s not for lack of topics to write about. I keep meaning to tell you about the fine details of fish compost, what I’m learning about feeding the soil (instead of feeding the plant), about all the transplanting and cultivating … Continue reading The Girl Who Takes Pictures of Goats