Monthly Archives: August 2012

Living soil….some great evidence

Ever since we attended the ACRES conference in December, we have focused on building the soil food web (recap post of conference is here) on our plot. Efforts have not gone unnoticed. Here is what we have been doing to date. We only tilled at the beginning of the year to turn our soil over […]

Farm to table

Below are a few tasty items we have made recently with veggies from the farm. Radishes on toast Toast some bread and spread butter or goat cheese on it. Top with sliced d’avignon radishes, chives, salt and pepper. A quick and easy snack! This was suggested to us by one of our customers who happens […]

August update

August has arrived…well, it’s already mid-August actually. With the help of a WWOOF volunteer we turned over 7 beds yesterday (thanks Erika!). I counted the number of beds devoted to beets: 11 beds!! That is an impressive number. The market goers seem to love beets, so is it nice to maintain an ample supply. We […]