Corduroy Roads

I learned about corduroy roads when we researched Karl’s family tree and found out his great-great-grandfather, Lorenzo Dow Hill (Co. I, 25th Ohio Volunteer Infantry), was injured in the Civil War. His second injury was when a Minié ball struck him on the first day of fighting at Gettysburg. He… Continue reading

The Importance of Knowing Your Farmer

You’ve probably read about the massive fresh vegetable recall that seems to be growing faster than okra on a sunny day. If you haven’t read about it you probably should, the list of stores who sold the recalled vegetable is short: Walmart, Trader Joe’s, Aldi, Safeway, Albertson’s, Pak’N Save, Vons,… Continue reading

New Share Boxes!

I am ridiculously excited about our new share boxes, particularly the half shares! The Half share boxes are much taller than the old ones and don’t have the big holes in the bottom and they are lovely colours. Continue reading

Endless Possibilities

plowed field

I love newly prepped rows. It’s like a blank canvas to an artist. I could plant anything in these rows, just as the artist could paint anything on the canvas. In reality, these particular rows have been planned out for months, but it’s fun to dream. What would you plant? Continue reading