alejothefarmer

Friends of the farm –

Spring is slowly upon us.  Precipitation begins to take a liquid form, goldeneye ducks gravitate towards open patches of water, the soil inside of our high tunnel is thawed, dry, and planted in salad greens for the first markets of the farming season.  As spring approaches, we hastily reflect on a busy winter of transitions, projects, and plans.  Now is the time to actualize these ideas and begin to farm.  Before things become too busy, a few tidbits of news:

– We spent the winter hastily researching and building tools for the coming season.  We would like to more clearly and effectively transform the giant quantity of waste materials – wood and metal scraps, bearings, engines – into functional farm tools.  We have spent the winter building our skills: learning how to weld, visiting metal scrap yards, scanning craigslist for materials available for repurposing.  This…

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  1. I got busy and did not contact you until now. I wanted a foodshare, but understand that they are all sold out. When can we sign up for next year? What is the cost? Are there any others that you would recommend?
    Thank you
    Nadine

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