We’re just having a great onion year! These are some of the most prolific and beautiful Walla Walla onions we’ve ever grown. Just for fun, you might want to check out the photos posted on our facebook page under the heading “May Day Transplanting Onions” as that is when these
by Helen C. Coon from Living History Farms in Indiana ‘Just a farmer’ you said and I laughed ‘cause I knew all the things that farmers must be able to do. They must study the land then watch the sky and figure just when is the right time and why to sow and to plant to buy and
Scraping up fill dirt Woody moving dirt Clint moving dirt Father & son working together Dirt work completed – we’re ready to start building
Bryan's pruning seems to be paying off! Future grapes More future grapes!
Lush Spinach Green Beans Overcame Early Trouble Vining beans in search of a trellis Healthy young tomatoes Weedy Pea Patch Two green bean buds-can you find them?
In this Update: Start date Memberships still available InFARMation next Tuesday, May 10 Farm photos! As you all are undoubtedly aware, it’s still really wet and cold this spring (as it was last spring). If you look at the weather records, even last April (April 2010) was warmer
Do you love fresh picked, pesticide-free produce? You may have heard of Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and we just wanted to let you know a little more about us. Over the last 25 years, CSA has evolved into a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from
Greetings Members and Friends - In this Update: Shares Still Available Seeds, Crops and Plans New Partners Family Farmer & Rancher Day in Salem, March 15th Farm to Fork Dinner, August 13th It appears as though the worst of the winter storms are over and we can reasonably conclude