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News from the Fields

Our farmers are bringing in many of the storage crops and tending to the crops that will stay in the ground until they’re harvested for the winter share. It looks like we will have another tasty and varied winter share … Continue reading

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Riverland Farm Visit

As promised, here are pictures from my working visit to Riverland mid-June. Megan T from the Newton Farm came along. Wish I’d been able to get a video of Megan and Riverland farmer Rob Lynch tying tomatoes – looked like … Continue reading

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Farm Fleet

Every organic farm has a farm fleet — the equipment needed to make farming economically, environmentally and physically sustainable. On a recent working visit to Riverland Farm, I came across one of the nicest pieces of farm transport I’ve seen … Continue reading

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Picadilly Road Trip

Picadilly farmers Bruce and Jenny Wooster are well known in the eastern Massachusetts farming community as skilled organic farmers and exceptional teachers and mentors to new farmers. Continue reading

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It looks like spring!

It looks like spring in the greenhouse! Continue reading

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Farm Visits: Powisset

I’ve been visiting farms in the area this spring. Here are a few of my favorite photos of Powisset, a community farm in Dover.

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I ♥ farms

It is that time of year when greenhouses are cranking and seeds are sprouting. Soon the ground will thaw and farmers will head to the fields. Right now most of the work is still indoors. Last week I helped seed … Continue reading

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Farm Tour Fun

The first day of spring a handful of CSA shareholders and I toured my one acre field and hoop house. We tromped around in the mud. We looked at winter rye and frost-killed oats. We looked at the bed where … Continue reading

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