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Farm Happenings at Harland's Creek Farm

Farm Blog for Tuesday August 11, 2020

Posted on August 7th, 2020
Farmers always worry about the weather. Will there be too much rain? Will it rain enough I winter to fill up the irrigation pond? Can we set out the tomatoes, or is it likely to frost? The weather is our most important variable and the one we have no control over. Therefore, we make plans to adapt to... read more »

Farm Blog for Saturday August 8, 2020

Posted on August 5th, 2020
Farmers always worry about the weather. Will there be too much rain? Will it rain enough I winter to fill up the irrigation pond? Can we set out the tomatoes or is possible to have a frost? The weather is our most important variable and the one we have no control over. We just have plans to adapt to... read more »

Farm Blog Tuesday August 4 2020 George Washington Carver's Okra and Tomato Soup

Posted on July 31st, 2020
First week for okra! Okra comes from Africa. It was brought to the new world during the transatlantic slave trade. People involved in the slave trade noticed that a large number of enslaved people died even after surviving the horrors of the Middle Passage. Given their view of black Africans as less... read more »

Farm Blog Saturday August 1 2020 George Washington Carver's Okra and Tomato Soup

Posted on July 29th, 2020
First week for okra! Okra comes from Africa. It was brought to the new world during the transatlantic slave trade. People involved in the slave trade noticed that a large number of enslaved people died even after surviving the horrors of the Middle Passage. Given their view of black Africans as less... read more »