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Sprouting Acres Slideshow

This is what the farm looked like in the 1970's a few years after Tom and Chris moved in.December in the hoophouseWinter greensVery cold hearty cropsFirst snowfall of the seasonLacinato Kale in big hoophouseLast harvest in DecemberWade stuck in between hoophouse snowWade checking if greens are ready to cutLooks good!Lettuce mixHoophouse #3New hoophouse in 2012End of season kaleMini tunnels holding up just fine.Snow pilesWhat a smile Ruby!Jason spreading straw on garlic field.Mini tunnels before snowInside mini tunnelsFinishing up new hoophouse endwallsTilling and framingPurlin assemblyJason and Adam tightening up plastic on new hoophouse.Is Andy just sitting on the tractor listening to music? Do something!Plastic before curtains assembledNice straight linesHoophouse arches going up, thanks to everyone that helped out.Panoramic of the new rented land. Spinach and greens in big hoophouse.Beira Kale Winter squash harvest time.Ground posts for new hoophouse.Prepping big hoophouse ground for winter planting.Even farmers need a break.Autumn on the farm.Duchess and Lady are liking their new home, and their new treat dispenser.Favorite place to walk in the fall.Thanks to Dad(Tom) for planting all this color!WadeOn a hike enjoying the weather.Maple for the greenhouse stove.Lush lacinato kale.Prepping for fall salad mix.New hoophouse space after cover crop plowdownNew hoophouse space, oats and peas plowdownCherry tomatoes for boxes.Tomato horn worms--not good.Garlic set up to cure.Shed on top field being built.Tractor tires getting replaced after 43 years!Zucchini-Italian variety.Bountiful patty pan squash.More summer squash.Part 2: Andy's solar hot water on the farm.Part 1: Andy's solar hot water.Onions basking in the sun following harvest.Head lettuce beating the weeds on weed fabric.Where is Sue? Tying up peas.Box day assembly!Our new cart. Very useful!The brassica family. Gorgeous broccoli and yummy food.Broccoli field.So Lucky to have Lucky work on our farm!Transplanting peppers.Box Delivery!Box 3, 2011Ladybug releaseBox 5, 2011Tomatoes in the fieldWorkshares: Joe and Todd tying up hoop house tomatoesJulie working at our stand.Julie at our farm stand.BOX 2Romaine LettuceRadishesBOX 1Wade learning small engine repair.preparing the fieldsThe strawberry patch.Very happy seedlings.Little Farmer taking good care of the plants.The fieldsThe farm gets a fresh load of gravel and makes one little boy very happy.A few of our work share members, wrestling with the tent.Burning the asparagus field.Andy and Matt safely managing the flames.Worms...always a good thing to see at the farm.Seeds are up!New Cart- can't wait to haul out seedlings for transplanting!Kicking off Season 2011Aerial view of farmAerial view of farmAerial view of farmFarmer Andy with the new plot.Garlic field planted in the fall and covered with straw.RadicchioParker, our sweet dog.Mini Hoop TunnelsTunnels over late fall greensKelly, Andy, Wade and RubyScenery at the farmFirst Greenhouse going up.Farmer Andy getting ready to spread some hay.cherry tomatoesceleryzucchiniGarlic coming up!Wade working with daddyasparagusSugar Snap PeasRed CabbagesunflowerbeansSalad Mix

NEW CSA PICK-UP SITE IN CAMBRIDGE!January 25th, 2015

We are happy to announce we are adding a downtown Cambridge pickup location for the 2015 CSA season. Avid Gardener will be the new Cambridge site. Thanks to Christianne for partnering up with us

Cooking Classes for the session still open!January 12th, 2015

Hello, As if farming and staying at home with the girls wasn't enough work, Andy also teaches cooking classes at All Through The House in Stoughton most Monday nights. The late winter session is now o

New site needed in the Vilas/Zoo neighborhoodJanuary 6th, 2015

We are looking for a new CSA site for 2015 in the Vilas neighborhood or close to it. If you are interested in what it entails, send us an email. Stay warm!

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