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Farm Happenings at Ecosystem Farm

Growings On 8/29/20

Posted on August 29th, 2020
We have our first fall crops in the ground!! 10 rows of hakurai turnips, radishes, arugula and broccoli raab. It's only a month behind when I was hoping to get fall crops going, but it's something and we'll have our first harvests in 45-60 days. :)  This is a trial space for us, out in Austell1 read more »

Growings On 8/23/20

Posted on August 23rd, 2020
Chris started clearing the new strawberry space, and he uncovered a driveway! It needs a few loads of gravel, but I'm thrilled that there's something to work off of instead of my needing to find the budget for putting in a driveway from scratch. I went down yesterday and we were able to bushwhack b1 read more »

Growings On 8/17/20

Posted on August 17th, 2020
I think things are finally moving! We got the ok to go ahead and start clearing the kudzu in the new strawberry space, and Chris is going to take a first pass out there this week. And I think I found a veggie space out in Austell - we're still working out details, but it's a fenced half acre attach1 read more »

Growings On 8/15/20

Posted on August 16th, 2020
I think things are finally moving! We got the OK to start working on the new strawberry field at the end of the week, and Chris is planning to start clearing the kudzu on Monday. And I think I have a space to put vegetables in the ground! It's out in Austell, but it's available and I can get starte1 read more »

Farm Happenings for August 12, 2020

Posted on August 8th, 2020
Another week of waiting... Waiting for a check to arrive, waiting for people to call back, waiting for conversations to happen. I just want to DO SOMETHING!  read more »

Growings On 8/1/20

Posted on August 1st, 2020
 I've spent several days out of the past week farming numbers. Most people think farming is an outdoor, field based living - and don't get me wrong, I'm lucky to spend a LOT of my time outside, cultivating food. But this is also where I get the majority of my income, which means I have to trea1 read more »