Forming a core crew

Forming a core crew

Overnight, there's been a shift.  The sporadic, hurried days of February are behind us.  In part, it's because my hours increase in March and I'll now be working full time, so I can really start settling into a routine and feel more in tune with all the growth and happenings at the farm.  Equally important is that the season-long interns started today, and Michael Lee came back to work through the season with us.

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Garden education partners

Chances are, there's at least one or two like-minded organizations in your city or town-- whether it's a network like this, a single project connecting kids to gardens, or a local school that's trying to revive and maintain an old abandoned garden.  There are so many ways to support this push toward nature- and garden-based education, so many avenues to awaken people's minds and hearts to the pure delight of seeing seeds sprout and grow and produce roots, leaves, stalks, buds and fruit that we can EAT.  I invite you to look into it, try it out, make some new friends in farmy places.  

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