Below is an entry from last week’s newsletter for the CSA (Week #3; May 7, 2012). Read on if you’d like to know more about what Ben and I have been up to out here. Farm Time The habit of looking to the future and thinking that the whole meaning of the present lies inContinue reading “Farm Time”
Category Archives: Spring
Full of Life
Hi folks! I have a few pictures from the farm this week and I thought I’d go ahead and share them with you. Spring is in full force and the farm is a microcosm of all of the rejuvenation and new life that comes with the season. Enjoy! It’s hard to tell here, but theseContinue reading “Full of Life”
Planting Party This Sunday, the First Day of SPRING!
Hello all! We are having folks out to the farm this Sunday. We’ll be getting started around 1pm. We’ll be planting onions, scallions, and lettuce. Since our taters didn’t get in until a couple of days ago, the seed isn’t ready. However, if we have enough folks out here, we’ll also be cutting our seedContinue reading “Planting Party This Sunday, the First Day of SPRING!”
Chicken Sitting 101
We have so many things to share with you, but time is short right now. Until we get a chance to give you all a farm update, I thought I’d share the chicken care taking instructions I made for Beth and the kids – and our neighbors, Andy, Amanda and Duffie. Chicken Sitting 101 1. Continue reading “Chicken Sitting 101”
Announcing Summer 2011 CSA!
Ben’s Produce offers vegetables, strawberries & flowers of the highest quality and taste in the Triangle. Our mission is to strive for healthier people, community, agriculture and planet by growing and sharing the best tasting food we can. Our farming practices may surpass organic guidelines but we choose not to be certified because we areContinue reading “Announcing Summer 2011 CSA!”
Spring is surely here and ol’ man winter has gone away! Sure, we may get a few more frosty nights but spring is here. Daffodils and flowering trees are blooming, the cover crops are shooting up and the earth is coming to life! Spiders and bees are out too…as are the weeds.Our first crops inContinue reading “Blue Skies”