Monthly Summary– March 2013 Logs reviewed and summary prepared by CH General Observations: As tensions in the chicken yard heated up and a violent coup erupted, Big Cheese was found dead. Cause: chicken inflicted wounds. Who done it? The other rooster. Perhaps it was name envy. Elsewhere on the farm, the greenhouses are abuzz … Read more
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Map of Testing Sites Copy of Report Discussion of Soil Nutrient Management Plan, observations, challenges and hypothesis.
Special Project Summary – Perennials – 2013 Report on status of Perennials and practices from 2013. Also note: CH Served as ‘Farm Manager’ from July to end of Season, to cover for MR.
Perennials Manager Summary 2012 by Colleen Harrington It was my fifth season at North Slope Farm when we undertook “the great fruit/nut planting of 2010”. After digging 125 holes and getting these plants settled in, it was already time to jump in to the main vegetable production season. The season was flying by and the … Read more
Perennial Crops– at North Slope Farm Introduction January 2013 Prepared by MR and CH, January 2013 Intent: To increase the potential income of the farm by establishing crops that will yield a diversity of fruits, nuts and vegetables in a regenerative manner. Ideally the perennials will make use of land otherwise marginally, productive or … Read more
GENERAL OBSERVATIONS: A real indication of the the success of our training program is the fact that the farm manager and family are able to take a vacation at the beginning of August. This is one of the most demanding months of the season as our bodies are tired and the harvesting is at it’s peak. Second and third … Read more
The “Greens and Beans” page was created as a space to share nutrition information and recipe ideas for the bounty of life giving plants foods that we grow and make available to our community. It is for individuals who are interested in cooking and eating with the seasons. The Story of One “Sister” It has … Read more
The “Greens and Beans” page was created as a space to share nutrition information and recipe ideas for the bounty of life giving plants foods that we grow and make available to our community. It is for individuals who are interested in cooking and eating with the seasons. MY IDUSTRIAL TOMATO Step right up and … Read more