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Coming up in April, what we are lining up so far.
Totally ignoring that we are in the midst of an historic drought, one of our edible hedges is loaded with fruit.
Keeping with the "farm to" theme, one of the sessions we are having the kids dye some yarn and fabric with a vegetable.
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Over 3 decades of homesteading in the city, I find that each year our goals and resolutions evolve with the years. For a mature city homestead like ours, goals are definitely different than a newbie and little more challenging, I think.
Oh dear, seems I am failing to get back into the blogging groove. I know that old saying about getting back on the horse, but seems I can't quite swing my legs over. It's not for lack of trying, believe me!
Our farm box program is growing into it's second year and we are happy to announce some new offerings
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We apologize for our long blogging absence. I know y'all are probably wondering "where the heck did they go?" And that's a very good question!