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Committed to sustainble agriculture.
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Main Season & Summer CSA Shares Sold Out

Fall Shares Still Available—15 left
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Here Come the Plants...

Get ready, gardeners...our first seedlings hit the tables April 20.

Click here for plant sale schedule.

Planting, Planting, Planting

We planted potatoes three weeks ago, following the predictable routine. In the morning, a volunteer crew arrived at the Tin House to cut potatoes into “seed” pieces. In the late morning, planters dropped the pieces into furrows in the field. In all my years of growing, I’ve never encountered the perfect potato seed. Ideally, each piece should be the size of an egg with 1-2 eyes (sprouts). But when choosing where to cut, it’s usually a choice between pieces that are too large with not enough eyes, or too small with too many eyes. You can’t agonize over it. At some point, you just get into a rhythm and trust your gut. Read more...

June 15—Herb Walk

July 14—Medicine Making Workshop

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