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On Being a Care-Taker of the Garden

On Being a Care-Taker of the Garden

4 by / on November 13, 2013, 2:23 pm / in Ponderings

This week wrapped up our 2013 CSA season. I’m ready to be done farming for awhile, knowing that already we have planted next year’s garlic and in December will be ordering seeds to start again. We will begin soon enough. So I welcome this brief season of rest and time to reflect on my privileged life. It is privileged, partly […]

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What you should know about GMOs and Food

What you should know about GMOs and Food

4 by / on February 10, 2013, 10:54 am / in Community, Farming/Gardening, Ponderings

  At Fern Creek we grow five varieties of apples, multiple varieties of pears and peaches and strawberries, plus raspberries, blueberries, marionberries and plums.  We’ll grow about 35 different vegetable crops, which all told include over 75 varieties.  Not your typical farm.  We represent a new face in farming that includes crop diversity, direct sales to folks who eat what […]

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