Harvest Newsletter

Greetings from the Garden!  This box has greens – spinach, lettuce, salad mix, potato onions or green onions, potatoes and beets from the root cellar and some fresh herbs Field Notes.  Ken keeps a-planting and a-weeding.  Right now he is also getting ready for our spring opener next weekend.  His largest task is clearing some downed wood and I am helping stack once we split it.  Oscar went in for surgery.  He had a benign …

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More Wood

Over the past week Ken has been working to clear the cut wood along the drive.  Once he cuts it to length, loads it onto the trailer and gets the trailer up to the wood splitter I start to help.   He runs the splitter and I stack.  We have stacked teh north end shelves and a rack on the north end to hold the wood in place.  And north of that are chunks that …

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Harvest Newsletter

Greetings from the Garden!  This week’s box has greens – lettuce, salad mix, spinach, wild mustard, green onions, chives, potatoes, celery root, beets, and herbs. Field Notes.  Ken has been planting and transplanting:  his nursery inside the mobile high tunnel, his pepper and tomato plants in the germination cabinet, and the onion seedlings.  He has also been cleaning up the greenhouse in the field; perennial crops have perennial weeds.  And to avoid any possible boredom, …

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Wood Cutting Begins Anew

Ken has been clearing the hill of some logs he cut log ago.  He measures         Then he cuts some long enough for the side stoke holes in the pottery kiln         Some wood is cut in short lengths and stacked on a trailer.  Ken splits and I stack for the cook stove.  Some will also go to the larger wood stove near the studio on the lower floor. …

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