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Photos from our season winding down.

Here are some photos from October, as our season wound down: %%wppa%% %%slide=5%% %%align=center%%

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Final Market Day Tomorrow!

It’s hard to believe that tomorrow (Thursday, October 25) will be our final farmer’s market of the season.  This will be our 19th Thursday at the market.  Right now the weather looks good, which means that we had quite streak … Continue reading

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StageSource Auction

In addition to farming, I’m also a playwright and on the board of StageSource–they’re a tremendously important organization that supports New England theaters and theatre-artists.  We’re donating a box of produce to their online auction ($50 value)–the auction ends Friday, … Continue reading

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Still plugging away

We’re past the middle of September now, but we’ve still got pretty full fields.  Where the cucumbers have come out, I’ve planted spinach seeds.  The snow peas are up where we used to have beans and early beets.  But the … Continue reading

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September Arrives

September has arrived, with slightly cooler weather and lots (and lots) of tomatoes.  Hard as it may be to believe, we’re still planting new seedlings.  This weekend, we planted starts for cabbage, lettuce, and mustard, and seeds for spinach, snow … Continue reading

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A busy week (the week of August 16)

This was a busy week (as always) at the farm.  We made deliveries of tomatoes, hot peppers, and chard to the World PEAS CSA.  And we brought LOTS of veggies to the Thursday market (and Tracy was able to be … Continue reading

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Field Report–August 9

We spent a lot of time at the farm this week, making World Peas CSA deliveries of kale, heirloom tomatoes and beets.  Plus we harvested for the Thursday farmer’s market.  Noah will be glad for a week off at his … Continue reading

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Market Day #8 (August 9)

We had another successful market day this past Thursday.  Tracy was actually able to come help out and see the market (and she’ll be there next week, too).  It was great fun to finally have tomatoes for sale. %%wppa%% %%slide=1%% … Continue reading

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Market Day #6 (July 26)

Last week’s market was a big success, despite the threat of thunderstorms and the fact that I forgot our camera (hence no photos).  Once again, we sold almost everything we brought, surpassing our previous week’s sales (by about $5). We … Continue reading

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Field Report, August 1

Hard to believe it’s August already.  The farm is going strong right now.  We’ve gotten mostly caught up on the weeding, just in time for lots and lots of harvesting.  Noah, our 12-year-old son, is done with camp and still … Continue reading

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