Archive for October, 2015

A Reminder

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Grandin Village Community Market

 Today – Saturday – 8 am until 12 noon

 

What is coming to market?

White Lady Turnips

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What is coming to market? 

Homegrown Produce

  • Greens – tender mustard, purple pak-choi, komatsuna, Swiss chard and baby kale
  • Brassica – Stonehead cabbage
  • Roots Crops  – White Lady Turnips with tops and a few green onions
  • Peppers – hot and  sweet peppers

 

 

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West End Community Market

 Today – Tuesday – 3 pm until 6 pm

 

What is growing and will be available next Tuesday?

Japanese Red Mustard

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Homegrown Produce  

  • Greens – tender mustard, baby kale, Komatsuna, purple pak-choi
  • Peppers – hot and sweet

 

 

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All Year Long!

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Grandin Village Community Market

 Today – Saturday – 8 am until 12 noon

 

What is growing?

Stonehead Cabbage

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What is coming to market? 

Homegrown Produce

  • Greens – tender mustard, purple pak-choi, komatsuna and baby kale
  • Roots Crops  – onions
  • Peppers – hot and  sweet peppers

 

 

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Before and After

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West End Community Market

 Today – Tuesday – 3 pm until 6 pm

 

What is coming to market?

Sweet Peppers

102015_market What is coming to market?  

Homegrown Produce  

  • Greens – mustard, baby kale, Komatsuna, purple pak-choi
  • Peppers – hot and sweet

 

 

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Those Daring Young Men on the Flying Trapeze?

Actually, its the Crazy Old Fart with the bad knee.

 

Farm Journal – week of

11th October to 16th October 2015

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roofing review 

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It begins September 14 2015

 

 

 

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On September 20th it started to rain. David just finished laying the tar paper. It continued to rain for several days and  he did not start shingling until the 7th of October.

101515_oct9_roof7cOctober 7th, 8th and the beginning of the 9th

101515_oct11_roof8  October 11th

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October 14th ↑ ↓

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101615_oct15_roof2aOctober 15th

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October 16th – Almost done – putting on roof cap

After a few more small details we will be back to farming full time.

Grandin Village Community Market

 Today – Saturday – 8 am until 12 noon

 

What is growing?

Purple Pak-Choi 

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What is coming to market? 

Homegrown Produce

  • Legumes  –  a few Roma  green beans
  • Greens – tender mustard, purple pak-choi, komatsuna and baby kale
  • Roots Crops  – onions
  • Peppers – hot and  sweet peppers

 

 

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Grandin Village Community Market

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 Tomorrow – Saturday  8 am until noon

 

Harvesting – check back later for list of produce we will be bring to market.

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