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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Mustard Greens & CSA

If everything was growing as well as the mustard greens and arugula, then we’d have food for the county! Our CSA kicked back up on Saturday morning and it was such a joy to see everyone after a long hiatus. It feels so good to see food growing and to back into the swing of … Continue reading »

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local pumpkin patch

We decided to do something “fun for the family,” so we went to a localish (45min away) pumpkin patch. It’s true, we could have gone to the garden for a pumpkin patch. We’re growing Seminole pumpkins that do great in this climate and will do even better next year as we continue to build up … Continue reading »

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Bee Removal

Another phone call about a honey bee colony in a building downtown and they’re off. Harold & Andy have been removing bees from buildings together for a couple of years now and there’s always something to learn. Turns out the building next door also has a colony living in it, so they might be removing those as … Continue reading »

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sweet memories

 

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“Uncle Monkey”

“Uncle Monkey” is back from South Korea!

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Goat Milk Soap

Our dear friends over at Sheldon Farm and Dairy are making soap! They have a sweet herd of Nubian Dairy Goats (ours are from them) and Sharon and the kids are whipping up some amazing batches of soap. So far, I have lavender, cinnamon clove, ‘energy’ (smells so GOOD!) and a cute little cupcake look-a-like. … Continue reading »

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