With March just around the corner, we are getting our seedling greenhouse set up in order to start thousands of leeks, onions and shallots. Ada's here with me as I type, and has been an amazing young person to be around--she turned two and a half yesterday and I could brag on her endlessly. But really, you should just come visit us and see for yourself. I think that, all in all, we're gearing up for an exciting, productive, and thoughtful year of growing both in our farm enterprise and in our whole-farm picture. We're hiring someone to help us plan a layout for many of the possible future infrastructure components on the farm, and we're dedicating more of our resources towards soil and forest improvement.
Here are a few photos from around the farm:
|Seth next to the 4-ton capacity grain bin|
|Aged Brussels sprouts standing strong, but not that palatable, in the field|
|The nursery trees, dormant and waiting for another summer of grafting and growing.|
|Farm equipment also lies dormant at all scales|
|A glimpse of spring arrived from North Carolina by post!|