This week at the farm, we got a lot done!
Interns worked with a local spirituality group planting wildflowers for pollination, transplanted squash for the fall CSA and the Food Bank in our Elsama field, harvested rye for Food Studies student Shauna Kearns delicious brick oven bread, weeded (always and forever), inspected for insects, watched the bees pollinate on our wildflowers, tried the first of the yummy, delicious, pop-in-your-mouth yellow cherry tomatoes (many more to enjoy in the coming weeks.)
What are you enjoying this week from your garden?
Jenn and the spirituality group planting wildflowers for pollination
Spirituality group hoeing n’ planting
Bees a buzzing on the coneflowers
Soaking logs for shiitake expermentation
Shiitakes coming up.
Over the hill and far away.
Shauna harvesting some Red Russian Kale for campus dining.
Planting squash for the fall CSA
Katie tractoring on under a nice blue sky
Addie checking the green peppers.
Allen demonstrating harvesting rye.
Shauna taking the reigns.
Big ole bundle of rye for future bread
Amber weeding the kohlrabi
Yummy cherry tomatoes are here
Yellow Cherry deliciousness
Rye in the sky