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Ok garden crew -Due to events beyond control, we are scheduling a new planting day. I actually caught Darrel out weeding in prep!! Of course he believes in power tools and tractors for all jobs – I’ll let you use … Continue reading
Hello Co-op members and those who are considering! It has been a long, rainy, drizzly, cloudy, mushy winter and early spring. How the earth will dry out in time for May, well only time will tell. We are going to … Continue reading
Hello all co-op enthusiasts! We have 5 inches of snow up here today, right now. Just thought I’d share that! Also, for those of you itching to do a little more garden and orchard prep, I’m throwing March 18 out … Continue reading
Hello Co-Op friends and family! This Saturday is our first co-op day of the year. We will be pruning the orchard, and planting a few seed babies, as well as hanging moth traps, and various other details that we hope … Continue reading
Hello all! There are still some openings for our humble little Co-Op this year. If interested, come join us Feb 28 for our opening day. We will be pruning, fertilizing, and prepping for our gardening year. We’d love to see … Continue reading
Hi Co-opers The 2015 Calendar is ready for planning. Just click on the calendar tab above or click on the calendar image below. Looking forward to lots of good companionship and a great harvest. Happy New Year.
Photos by Co-op memeber Jazmen.
Hello co-op collectors! The garden is making veggies! The changes are fun to see – the pumpkin patch looks wild tonight – I think the corn grew a foot this week! So, hunt through the pumpkin patches on both sides … Continue reading
My previous posts included a couple of errors which I have since corrected. I gave credit to Doug and Alex for the Sulfur Daisey Cutters that wilted my grass. The credit in fact should have gone to Kevin and Mathew … Continue reading
Wow, what a turn out for WeedFest. We had at least 20 people and holy cow, that did the trick. The garden, berry rows and grapes were completely cleaned up and some of the pumpkins got transplanted around. Kevin and … Continue reading