2019, March

Farm update – 3/24/2019

Almost always, the most fun part of writing a weekly blog post is taking the time to reflect on the week's work, putting it in perspective of where we came from and where we're heading with farm work. Because while seasons may last three months, no two weeks are the same on the farm, even… Continue reading Farm update – 3/24/2019

2019, March

Farm update – 3/17/2019

The river birch and tulip poplar trees in our yard are beginning to leaf out, so if spring wasn't evident enough before it certainly is now. The spring veggies are continuing to come in nicely. We got a plentiful harvest today from our beds of looseleaf lettuce medley and mesclun, a combination of greens including… Continue reading Farm update – 3/17/2019

2019, March

Farm update – 3/10/2019

Exciting news this week! We took a collection of cheese boards down to SoHo, a restaurant in downtown Thomasville. They will be using them to serve their cheese and charcuterie plates, and will also soon have a few available for sale in their store. They focus on serving local foods, so we're thrilled that our… Continue reading Farm update – 3/10/2019

2019, March

Farm update – 3/3/2019

More rain this past week is continuing to delay our field planting, but we were able to plant our second round of potatoes today, just as the potatoes planted two weeks ago are starting to emerge above the soil. As hoped, we were able to start picking our salad medley and rainbow kale this weekend.… Continue reading Farm update – 3/3/2019

2018, March

Farm update – 3/25/2018

There are so many ways to mark the arrival or passing of seasons, especially so for spring it seems. I've already noted many of the signs of spring over the past few weeks, but there was yet one more sign this weekend that spring has arrived: we have a new group of chicks growing bigger… Continue reading Farm update – 3/25/2018