We are still busy on the farm getting ready for the fall season. Old growing beds have to be cleared and make way for new veggies that will be ready this fall. We have had lots of rain for the past week but this is the kind of weather that makes you happy our soil is so sandy. I ate my first cherry tomato out of the garden this past week! Just one but you know that means more are on their way! There are little baby cucumbers on the vine and silks on the sweet corn, summer is really here.
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Farm Happenings for July 26, 2020
Posted on July 23rd, 2020 by Jacquilyn Williston
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Fainting Robin is a biointensive, herbicide , and pesticide free farm just outside of Traverse City in Williamsburg Michigan. We strive to preserve farmings genetic diversity by using heirloom seeds, and heritage breeds. We believe in using growing practices that leave the land better than we found it.Go to farm profile