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Preparing for Spring in a Challenging Time

In two days it’ll officially be Spring, and when I turn off my radio and stay away from social media the rhythms of life on the farm are comfortingly unchanged. The days are getting longer, the Sun is stronger on my face, the red-winged blackbirds have returned and are sending their distinctive trills across the […]

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2020 CSA Registration Open, Some Changes Afoot

Hello and Happy February & Happy 29 Days to Spring, 2020 CSA shares are now available! Register here. The greenhouse is starting to beckon to me from under the snow so it’s time to shake off the winter sleep, stop dreaming about this season’s garden, and get my hands back into the soil. Looking through […]

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The Final Pick-Up of the Season

Well, we are wrapping up the season, and not a moment too soon as it looks like temperatures will plummet before the weekend! Brrrrr. Thanks to everyone who has responded about Week Twenty substitutes. I’m keeping track of everyone’s choices so never fear if you haven’t heard back from me yet. If you haven’t decided, […]

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Sprouts & Endings, Carrots & Mornings

As we near the end of October, I am enjoying soaking in these last beautiful sunny harvest mornings.   Although we haven’t had too many cold cold nights just yet, I know the end is nigh. This week will be week 18 of our season and I have been back and forth about whether or not […]

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Vote for Garlic, Vote for the Future — Knuckle Down News, Week 17

There are so many things to be thankful for today. For one, it is a beautiful day. Second, not only do I have the right to vote, but it only took three minutes. So let me say thank-you to those often forgotten women who fought for that right not so very long ago. Third, I […]

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Stuffed and Thankful — Knuckle Down News, Week 16

I hope everyone was able to get out for a good walk this weekend, the turning leaves are truly lovely this year. Our little family climbed up the tower at the nearby Sager Conservation area and even Max made it all the way to the top on his own two feet! If you are in […]

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