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Organic Apples & Ballerina Princesses

I visited Old Frog Pond Farm in Harvard this weekend with friends Kristin, Linnea and Kai. Today I’ll be making apple pies. The OFPF web site says they are the only certified pick-your-own orchard in Massachusetts. This is a sweet … Continue reading

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Favorite CSA photos

Remember the rock picking, way too much rain and rabbits, and early spring row cover? How about fava beans, cherry tomatoes, peppers, and the rows and rows of lettuce? I’ve pulled together a slideshow of some of my favorite pictures … Continue reading

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Dirty Girl Farm and Healthy Soil

Or maybe I should write, “dirty vegetable farm”, ‘tho we girls did get pretty dirty during the harvest. The lettuce we harvested this morning for the CSA had more soil on it than usual. The much needed rain earlier this … Continue reading

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CSA distributions begin!

The spinach is pretty much begging to be picked; the arugula, too. Bok choy, kale, and lettuce are all ready for someone’s plate. I wish the beets, carrots, kohlrabi, summer turnips and scallions were ready. I thought about postponing the … Continue reading

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First Harvest

Yesterday, May 9, was our first harvest. It was a very satisfying experience. Liz and I harvested two small orders for Formaggio Kitchen and Kitchen on Common. Sending this first harvest of bok choy and kale out into the world … Continue reading

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Volunteer Work Day

A dozen shareholders and friends worked with me on Saturday morning. We did a little bit of everything: moving rocks, clearing brush, seeding the next crops of lettuce, spinach, beets, summer squash, and hunting for woodchucks. It was really nice … Continue reading

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