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Tilling the Day Away

Thursday I spent the entire day working on tilling up my garden space with the tiller that Big Ugly purchased last year from Earth Tools.  Didn’t think it would be too much trouble, it looked…

What to plant next…?

On Friday of last week, several individuals including myself, put on our gardening gloves, grabbed our tiller and seeds, and began our spring planting in the high tunnels. For three hours we worked to till…

   The Green House has started to bloom with Broccoli,  Cauliflower and something new for us this year, Chinese Cabbage.  We have never grown Chinese Cabbage so it will be interesting to see how well it…

Particapants gardens

The warmer weather is finally here. If the rain holds off we can get to gardening. The last few days we have been able to plow 6 of our garden locations. 3 are ready for…

Field Notes: Sharing the bounty

Field Notes: Sharing the bounty
Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program By B. This post is part of a series written by survivors of domestic violence who are participating in our farm stipend project. We got the beds ready for the peas.…

Permies, Permies Everywhere!

This past weekend, Williamson had the opportunity to host individuals from We Are All Farmers Permaculture Institute, who traveled to Williamson all the way from North Carolina. This event was a free, two-day workshop, which took place at both…

Planting by the signs and other ramblings

This morning after watering in the greenhouse and planting 3 flats of peppers and tomatoes I went over to my raised bed determined to plant lettuce, spinach, carrots, beets and peas.  The soil with the…