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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Deep breath. Whatever weight there is, I find myself having to remember it is only that which I put on myself. Lately, I have been struggling, feeling drawn between two worlds: one, in which I still desire success as I … Continue reading
This is how we roll on the farm: FYI – volunteers are now welcome on the farm! Every week from now until June, Tuesday through Thursday 9am-5pm – come by anytime if you’re interested in doing some work outdoors and … Continue reading
I talk a lot (or at least I think a lot) about how we can best bring together to world of the ecological, and some might say, the primitive, and the world of the technological, the innovative. There are so … Continue reading
Our mission that we’ve chosen to accept: build a farm on contaminated, compacted soil, that we can lift up and move to a new location in two years. This farm will deconstruct in… well… two years. Our main man, our … Continue reading
Hard to grow without good soil! This past week, we finally got to dig our shovels and hands into a little bit of earth, prepping our chicken run and greenhouse for our first plantings! Like chopping wood, there is something … Continue reading
To start, I’m going to try the reverse psychology approach: I am only going to try to post once a week (read: I’m hoping this means that I’ll actually get back on track, and start posting at least once every … Continue reading
Is it already the weekend again? Phew! The farm is continuing to move from the pulp to the palpable – and at the same time, I am glad to see that the community I’ve begun to nestle into here in … Continue reading