The past 2 weeks have been crammed with a mountain vacation, an on-farm workshop, Georgia Organics Board of Directors visit, late night and weekend work in lieu of approaching and now ongoing ominous…to read more click here Vol. 11 #6(05-22-18)
Another busy Tuesday getting cover crops sown, tomatoes planted, and the winter squash field… to read more click here Vol. 11 #5 (05-15-18)
to read more click here Vol.11 #4 (05-08-18)
With harvesting for CSA and markets in full swing, our crew of six spends most of daily working hours plucking produce, processing the lovely leaves and roots, and storing them comfortably in a climate controlled walk-in cooler…to read more click here Vol.11 #3 (05-01-18)
Back in 2007 when we started the farm, we did so with very little money, a couple generous handfuls of luck, and a stubborn willingness to become full-fledged farmers. We made do with less on farm with the expectation…to read more click here Vol.11 #2 (04-23-18)
Unfortunately, because of the rain today, the Yoga and Meditation practice that was going to be led by Yoga with Monique has been cancelled. We hope to schedule another day for Yoga on the Farm, so stay tuned for a future event!
Chris and I have been attending Monique’s classes for 10 years now and consider our weekly yoga practice as one of the main things that helps maintain the health of our body, mind and spirit. If you are interested in joining Monique for her regular classes, see her Facebook page:
The first full week of markets begins today with our harvest for tomorrow’s Lagrange CSA pick-up. The usual suspects bursting from the spring soil will be the harvest focal point: Red radishes, Kale, Spinach, Arugula…to read more click here Vol.11 #1 (04-16-18)