A small, diverse permaculture farm (and now, Bakery!) in beautiful SE Minnesota - our dream come true life focused on Local Food, Local Art, Local Music.
It is beautiful at that time in the morning.It also makes it easier to spot that Jurassic weed Equisetum (mare's tail, cat's tail...those are the polite names for it!!)
I had to search "Equisetum" to find out what it looks like. Happily, I haven' seen that plant yet on our farm, but I remember my grandma battling it when I was young, helping her weed her garden. I can't remember what she called it, though.
Susan,I started reading your blog three days ago (started at the bigining) and just finished. What agreat adventure! I also have a small farm (3 acres) and am just starting out. Garden in and my first livestock bedded down in a wooden box (5000 worms). I look forward to the next post.Tom
HI Tom-good luck with your farming adventure! Hmmm, worms--one breed of livestock we haven't tried yet...
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