Poly-Cultural Farming?

Someone asked me a while back why we started Gardens Spot Farms. I gave the usual answers, Oh it was something different to do. We wanted to eat better because wanted to feel better and I found the concept of poly-cultural farming interesting. I just threw it out there when…

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We Love the 4 Seasons

Being Papa at the farm, I do love to see the coming of spring when everything begins to wake up after a long winters sleep.  Wasn’t a hard winter, thank the Lord, it was and is very beautiful. I also appreciate the quiet mornings when the forest and the fields…

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Bread of Life

Laurie and I have been talking about what to sell at the farmers market next year. It can be bit of a challenge for market gardeners who can’t afford a hoop house or green house large enough for starting early season seedlings and… that’s us, having to wait to get…

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A Season of Great Bounty and Blessings

It’s great to come to an end of a season. It means you can look forward to new and exciting ideas, adventures and the possibility of seeing your dreams come to life. It also provides  a time where you can breath a bit, take a few moments to reflect and learn…

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We Love Our Hens…. Too Much

“The fairies, as their custom, clapped their hands with delight over their cleverness, and they were so madly in love with the little house that they could not bear to think they had finished it.” ― J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens To be honest, that’s how we all…

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