Resilience and perspective through the life of a tomato
We discover on a daily basis how farming with our community is about so much more than growing vegetables. This week’s metaphorical inspiration came from the tomato plant pictured below. The lacinato kale was planted into a bed that held 50 cherry tomato plants earlier this year. Those plants1 read more »
Hearts for Hope 2020
This past Thursday we celebrated our annual fundraiser without the dinner tables and live auction, but instead with the premier of Hearts for Hope 2020 Virtual Edition video! The farm is featured as well as clients, partners, volunteers, and our founders Don and Kristy as they share how t1 read more »
We have prepped bed space for 1,500 cloves of garlic to be planted for next year's summer harvest. We're learning so much year to year about what our soil, farm system, and community can sustain and both year's our garlic harvest has been spectacular- so we're making it even bigger for next year! G1 read more »
Showers of opportunity at the farm!
As I sat down to reflect on the past week what struck me as I scrolled through pictures I had taken was the 2.8" of rain we had recieved in two brief, major downpours since last week and the pile of texts, emails, and voicemails I had to catch up on and reply to. Most of those messages were someone1 read more »