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Farm Talents

Three new talented individuals are joining our team as the Spring flurry approaches. What would an orientation week in Spring be if we didn’t do some team bonding by cherviling? (More on that in coming weeks!).  Here is a bit on the new farmers we are excited to have on the team. Soliz Mayer grew […]

Saint Liva marshalls the vegetables of Righteousness to Victory against the hosts of famine and pestilence: Art and caption by Anna Svagzdys

Buying from an athletic, super precise biologist with empathy

Two years ago this week Laura, Liva and Mari coaxed hens from tree perches, sliding around snow-covered ground, our hands stiff and barely functioning with temperatures in the low teens. That is when we figured out how fast Liva is.  Eventually the hens were corralled into the newly completed first hoop house and we vowed […]

Doing things the hard way