Monthly Archives: March 2011

March Farm Dirt

The blackbirds are here. If nothing else, while I slip and slide across the ice, I can look upon them and know Spring must surly be on its way. The Turkey Vultures arrived last week. And the regular turkeys are on the … Continue reading

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March News

I was asked to speak at the Hardwick Historical Society…we live next door to Hardwick, go to the Farmer’s Market on Sundays during the summer and Fall, our two oldest have their own farms in Hardwick…it’s all good. Hardwick is … Continue reading

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CSA

I’ve had some great feedback from folks about CSA this year and am busy with a few ideas. Firstly, I’ve been asked to host a class, if you will, early in the season to show some quick ideas for preparing … Continue reading

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Farm Dirt

Many of you may recall us referencing the “equal opportunity feeder” and the “bird buffet”. Well, here a picture I snapped from the house window of the Sharp-Shinned Hawk, sitting about 8 feet above the platform feeder. Usually, the pear … Continue reading

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February News…had to post this before I post March ;)

Snow is most definitely the topic of the month. It’s true, we’ve all been battling the weather this year. We ended up cutting the plastic off 5 greenhouses during the heavy snows – seemed a better idea to replace the … Continue reading

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