Due to a variety of circumstances, it has been a month since I’ve checked our roots. Hundreds of pounds of carrots, turnips, cabbages, rutabegas, daikon, onions, celeraic, parsnips, apples and pears have been “sleeping” in
A day spent fishing and eating great Maine foods with wonderful Maine Farmers… Allen and Jose looking for clams. Found one! Score! Nice mess of clams! Wait? Does Allen like lobster better than tomatoes? Lobster
The wind is out of the southwest this morning…brisk, at 19 knots. There are whitecaps in the cove, waves splashing over the rocks and the open sea looks rough. Not a good day for fishing…
Last weekend, I saw the future of Maine agriculture…young farmers and their families, sustainably cultivating the soil, growing crops, and raising livestock. This weekend I’m seeing the faces of the consumer at the Maine Harvest
I have seen the future of Maine agriculture…and I am wicked excited! Just spent the last 2 days at MOFGA’s annual Farmer to Farmer conference at Point Look-Out in Northport. MOFGA (Maine Organic Farmers and
Big storm day. Gale winds, gusts up to 60 mph out of the north, heavy wet snow, who knows how much. I love days like this at Rabbit Hill. Stoke up the fire and light
We take our tomatoes seriously around here. A Costoluto Genovese Tomato Tomatoes waiting to be processed.
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