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Long Season Farm
This week, it seems like the leaves on the trees have changed in a flash. The red, yellows and oranges are swarming and falling all around. While those leaves are changing and dropping, the contrast in the garden in amazing.     The first frost made everything sweeter, it also seemed to have enhanced the deep...
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I’ve alway liked a tidy space, and the outdoor spaces I have managed are no exception. I love a clean, weed free bed, and bare pathways. Since we are committed to a reduced tillage growing system, we have been experimenting with ways of adding organic matter and mulch to our soil without applying loads of costly...
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This spring we built our greenhouse. And by we, I mean Sam, myself and about 10 of the sweetest most generous bunch of our friends. It really tugged, yanked really, at my heartstrings that our friends were so willing to lend a hand so we could get the house up.                  ...
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I love greens all year, but nothing beats the sweetness of hardy field greens when the weather turns cold. Though we grow them all year, hardy greens also seem to relish the cooler weather. Collards are gaining a reputation for being the “new kale”–I supposed this means that they are trendy in certain circles? Trends...
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