Sprouts ~ Nutritional and Fun

Growing Sprouts

We have been hearing so much about Micro-Greens, we decided to give them a try. We hope to have the process down by the time our Farmer’s Market open in just 2 short weeks.  They are fun little plants to watch grow, and if a tray doesn’t work out right, the chickens will love them! […]

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Prepping Garden Beds

Ever have one of those days when you feel like your are not meeting your goals? That was me this morning, as we were working in the garden, getting the beds ready for plants. But, then I had to stop for lunch, and I realized just how much we really accomplished.  I really like the […]

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Days of Old ~ My Intro to Gardens

I can remember growing up in the rural community of Greenfield MA. We had about 15 acres of land, most was open field, and some was woods. During the winters, we would take out the snowmobiles,  and go tubing around the property. Or build snow forts in the piles of snow left behind by the plows, […]

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Freezing Summer Squash

Earlier, I talked about all the zucchini that I have, here is a picture of it in my kitchen sink, it was literally over-flowing!   Although it took me a couple of hours to get them all grated down. I ended up with 50 cups of grated zucchini. Out of that, I bagged 4 – […]

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