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!
Hello! Did you miss me, farm-blog followers? I missed you! I just returned from my victory tour of the Caribbean in celebration of completing my Master’s degree in sociology. I spent the week with my fabulous, generous, amazing, dare-I-say marvelous Aunt Jeanne on a giant boat in 70-something degree weather, devouring fish and tropical fruit … Continue reading I’m a land-lovin’ landlubber
Whew. This is a question I get a lot, and it’s a hard one to answer. We do a lot of very diverse work. Planting and harvesting are often the least of it, though they’re the most obvious answers (and what directly pays the bills). Right now, Ben and Patricia are planning for the spring … Continue reading “So what do you do on the farm?”
I’ve planned out so many thoughtful, creative, official “first farm blog” posts, but I haven’t succeeded at writing them down. So, in the name of words on the screen, I’ll barrel forth. I moved onto the farm about three weeks ago. The first week was a whirlwind. I had to get my body into … Continue reading First Impressions