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Plowman’s Progress





Jonathan, our friendly farmer with whom we’ve entered into a land share agreement, has been tricking out the fields and hoop house like nobody’s business. The before and after pictures are truly stunning. Not only is he putting in a variety of crops to sell at market, but he’s also been using the land to teach other interested aspiring farmers about organic growing practices. Now if only the rain will let up and I can get busy tending to my own spot ‘o green……


5 Responses to Plowman’s Progress

  • Emily says:

    From the pictures, looks like Jonathan knows some tricks. I bet he’s a wealth of gardening information!

  • Anonymous says:

    From Wedding tents to new beginnings! What a transformation.

  • Anonymous says:

    WOW!Transformation and restoration Winter is over and spring has come!I can hardly wait for the harvest! Love MOM! ! ! ! Off to Canada! ! !

  • sk says:

    Wow! That’s quite a hoop house…

  • nicole says:

    It’s a truly incredibly transformation. I’ve seen it in person, and it’s really hard to believe how much has been done so quickly. It’s wonderful that you have been able to find such a great arrangement to use such a huge expanse of land.

    And that cauliflower is just the cutest little veggie baby ever.