It’s always egg-citing around here!
Two Farmers Markets a Week!
Serves 4-6 Ingredients: •1 bunch of kale, stems removed and leafs pulled into bite sized pieces •1/4 cup olive oil •1 lemon juiced •1/2 tsp salt •1/2 tsp pepper •1/2 c dried cranberries •1/2 c sunflower seed •1/2 c goat cheese Step 1: Dressing Whisk together lemon juice, salt, and pepper. Slowly whisk in oliveContinue reading “Recipe of the Month: Massaged Kale Salad”
One every thousand years. That’s how often we should expect a heat event like the one we just had. Or maybe not. Scientists are warning that with global warming, we could be seeing a lot more of these types of events. Already this year, in addition to the heat dome, we’ve experienced and suffered theContinue reading “The Heat Dome and How Small Farms Can Better Survive Such Calamities”
It’s been a while since our last post, but it finally feels like winter is here and most of the garden has been put to bed until next spring. Our work now consists of maintenance projects on the farm, building new enclosures for the pigs and the chickens, and processing the abundance of cabbage thatContinue reading “Having Fun with Fungi”
After breaking out our beanies and jackets during two cold weeks of farm work, summer has granted us one more week of sweltering heat. It will be one more sweet week of swimming in the river and getting sun dried after work. The fall crops are coming in strong, as are the ideas and projectsContinue reading “Transitioning into Fall”
This past weekend Levi, our lead farmer and Drake, our community coordinator, took a field trip out to Little Sun Farm, to get a tour and pick up some dill from Reiden, owner of Little Sun Farm. Little Sun Farm is a native and woman owned farm in its second year of production with almostContinue reading “Little Sun Farm and the Headwaters Incubator Program”
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