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Our set up at the the market is coming together! Tessa and I were up at the crack of dawn, harvesting and packing up. Tessa’s mom made us a beautiful eye-catching tablecloth and I made a stand up chalk board … Continue reading
Stay tuned for a long article about our bees, their trip to our farm and why we have got to do our best to become the best beekeepers we can be.
We recently received our Shiitake mushroom plugs from Uprising Seeds in Washington State. (http://www.uprisingorganics.com/) Using some thick branches John and I felled the other day, Tessa and I drilled holes to the exact size of the plugs, hammered the plugs … Continue reading
This year we hatched our own baby chicks for the first time. We have all heritage breed chickens: one black Minorca breed rooster, affectionately called “Black-Jack” (or “Sunday’s Stew” as I like to call him now that his neck is … Continue reading
Today is our Farmer Tessa’s birthday. In celebration, our farm family came together last night to have a tasty vegetable stir-fry, finished off with cake. Specifically carrot cake. Farmer John does a great spin on a Carrot Cake found in … Continue reading