New variety picked up from an old time farmer in the area that produces 4 to 5 big cloves. He got it from a farmer before him 25 years ago. A nameless variety, but we'll be calling it Art's Abundance. Beautiful heads of garlic.
#garlic #maine #heirlooma #olderthandirt
Just late October in Central Maine. We can do this.
#eatlocal #mainegrown #strawberries
BFA Maine & Resilience Hub event collaboration, bringing Mark Shepard to talk in Falmouth.
Our next meetup will be at the annual BFA Food & Soil Conference in MA, then again in December locally. Shoot a PM for info, or interest in carpooling.
We've been organizing an event as the Maine chapter of the Bionutrient Food Association to bring Mark Shepard to the area to speak. It's coming up this Tuesday, October 15th at the Falmouth High School from 6 to 8pm!
Come join us to learn about the ideas and concepts driving Mark's work to bring large-scale silvopasture to commercial agriculture.
Late to it getting them in the soil, and slight in consistency in a couple of the seedling trays, but let's see if we can see you through the winter... #saladmix #wintergreens
Cooking up for a potluck. Putting away for the winter. #mushrooms #chickenofthewoods
That frost didn't get anything on this basil.
Back to the walk-in, then trip #2.
Pulling in the field peppers. Expecting our first frost tonight.
A wet dog lay here...
Pigs getting the c-grade tomatoes. Too far split, soft spots, and hornworm damage. Still, not going to waste.
Gradation in aubergine. #eggplant
Local strawberries aren't just for June. Get them in the new roadside farmstand today. #mainegrown
Gold Medal of my heart. This two pounder is for dinner. Thanks @fruition_seeds for the seedwork you do!
We've got more than Gold Medal growing for you. Pick up some of our tomatoes at the farm stand, @wildgracefarmstore, and @uncledeansnaturalmarket later this week.