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Busy, Busy, Busy!

Good Morning All,

This week at the farm we have been planting ,planting ,planting!

We were fortunate to have a group of student volunteers come last week from our Auburn High School ,Edward Little) to volunteer some hours helping with farm chores…. And what a great job they did! They got all or our seedlings transplanted into larger pots, planted in a large patch of popcorn, mulched up all the asparagus beds and rhubarb beds, pulled old mulch hay out of the chicken coop ,cut out old fence wire that needed replacement, and finished the sawdust mulching around the blueberries!

Wow !!!!! If I only had those 6 pairs of helping hands once every week, what a difference it would make … I am ever so grateful for their help last week!

Now on to our next project! They never end……

But, here is our weekly food list, we have added a few new items: fiddleheads, asparagus and ramps are still in good supply, the rhubarb is plentiful, and our raised beds of beet greens and Swiss chard should be ready by midweek next week!

I hope all are well and enjoying this beautiful spring weather, please let me know how I can fill your frig and pantry with our awesome Maine raised farm foods!

My grateful thanks,


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