Category Archives: News

Meet Our Marketing Intern-Welcome Christina!

I’m happy to introduce Christina, our marketing intern for the summer!  Christina is a local from Hull, MA and is studying Environmental Science at the University of Colorado, Boulder.  She has just finished up her freshman year at college, done … Continue reading

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The Work Done Behind the Scenes

Sometimes in life we’re lucky enough to have someone unexpectedly pop into our lives.  Last January I received an unexpected email from a marketing consultant with over 12 years of experience who was in the preliminary stages of starting her … Continue reading

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April 12 Establishing Two New Bee Hives

Last Saturday Scott and Josh picked up two new packages of bees. The packages consist of 3 pounds of bees and a new queen in a separate cell. We purchased them from our bee club, Bristol County Bee Keepers Association … Continue reading

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Hello Winter

With the current temperature at 13 degrees and wind chill of negative 3 at the warmest part of the day, outdoor chores just got a bit more difficult. I really don’t know if I can have enough layers of clothes … Continue reading

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A Time to Relax

It has been a busy year. This past March we put up a 72 X 30 foot high tunnel and grew all our tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, some kale, eggplant and raspberries in it. Even though they did well I’m hopeful … Continue reading

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Running Out of Patience

I should know by now, there isn’t any instant gratification in gardening. Patience for that seed to sprout, the plant to flower, the tiny vegetable to get just a little bit bigger. So we wait, and wait, one more day, … Continue reading

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Cornbread with Fresh Corn

Cornbread with Fresh Corn 2 eggs-beaten 1/2 cup Wesson oil 1 cup self rising cornmeal (I like Hodson Mill all Natural) 1 cup of fresh corn (cooked and cut off cob) 1 cup sour cream 1/4 tsp. salt Preheat oven … Continue reading

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Would You Guess Lemon Ball Cucumbers?

Ok, maybe you guessed correctly! They are lemon ball cucumbers. If you know me you know that each year I like to try something new in the garden. One of them just happens to be the lemon ball cukes. They … Continue reading

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Make your own sun-dried tomatoes

I can’t wait for our tomatoes to ripen. Looking forward to trying this recipe: So how does one sun-dry tomatoes? Easy. Same way you dry those herbs in your garden–set the oven to low (150-200) and bake them for about … Continue reading

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String Beans and Pigs

Sorry, the string beans really don’t have anything to do with the pig. It’s just a prop because the string beans alone weren’t making a memorable photo on their own. The pig is really cute, and functional-his sides are chalkboard … Continue reading

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Cabbage Time

New this year, early caraflex cone shaped cabbage. Just the right size for a delicious coleslaw, or steam it, use it in stir fries, or eat it raw. This has an excellent rich cabbage flavor. I was surprised at just … Continue reading

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Success on Opening Day

Thank you to all of you for coming out on opening day. The weather cooperated by not being too hot, just a nice summer day. We all appreciate your support of sustainable agriculture, and our locally talented artisans.

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