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Fall Harvests – all hands on deck!

Looks like we got a touch of frost at the farm last night. The evidence is dead sweet potatoes leaves – they really don’t like cold! We need to get our sweeties out of the ground this coming week!┬áIf you’d … Continue reading

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September is here

Wow, time flies. We’ve been nose-to-the-grindstone busy the past few weeks and anticipate more of the same through September. Your farmers continue to successfully juggle the tasks of planting, weeding and harvesting. Each we day do our best to figure … Continue reading

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Just another week at the farm

Holy Cow! We had a busy and productive week at Moraine Farm last week. I just sent our farm crew an email listing of some of the major projects we tackled, and, well – wow! I thought some of you … Continue reading

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Tim’s Flowers

Apprentice Tim Hines is growing flowers in the little garden behind the old brick greenhouse at Moraine Farm. Tim is interested in small scale growing – urban farms, rooftop gardens, school gardens and the like. Tim’s apprenticeship goals include learning … Continue reading

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New Farmers

We don’t talk much about the farmer training program at Moraine, but it is a large part of what we do here. We have an excellent training program, if I do say so myself. Starting this week and continuing through … Continue reading

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From Greenhouse Bench to Farm Field

Snow lingered on the farm fields this spring, giving us a late start in the fields. It finally melted away the first week in April, leaving the soil too wet to work until last week. Our plan had been to … Continue reading

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