Monthly Archives: August 2010
It might look like dirt but its even better than that, its a load of manure! Thanks to the Stueve’s of Oakdale for dropping off a trailer full of it from their organic dairy. It will now either be wheelbarrowed … Continue reading
Fridays are volunteer days! Last week four fantastic volunteers came out. We spent the morning harvesting tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, okra, and more, and then these indefatigable workers helped take down some trellising, and chop out a row of overgrown flowers … Continue reading
Mr. Brown Goat, always on the lookout for a tasty morsel! Camera string, clothing, giant weeds, thorny branches, he is always willing to give it a try.
Today is the last day of the West Modesto Certified Farmer’s Market. 3-7 pm at Mellis Park We’ll have: Collard Greens Kale Tomatoes (Green, Cherry, Heirloom, Paste) Summer squash Basil (Thai, Lemon, Sweet) Cilantro Green Beans Okra Eggplant just a … Continue reading
Those of you who appreciate the leafy greens and root vegetables of the cooler seasons will be happy to know: they are on the way! What was summer garden is rapidly transforming into newly composted and tilled beds, ready to … Continue reading
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