Friday, May 3, 2013

They Did It! Cistern is excavated.

Amazing but they did it!  Pierce, Maria and Thomas, along with a slew of volunteers, excavated a 22' X 5' X 7' old water cistern, hauling away some 20 tons of soil and debris. We will soon have a 5,550 gallon water harvesting system.

Yes, even Scrapper helped....

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Thank you Maria and Thomas!  Our first two wwoofers this year were extraordinary.  Maria went off to Nevada for a forestry job and Thomas headed to a Zen monastery in the Bay area.  We'll miss you and hope to see you in the fall.

A new (and shaded) work area

Lainy (home-schooled) and her Mom Katy transplanting chard

Tara and Dominique bringing compost to the garden.

Zoe and Lainy in the hoophouse

Kim and Lainy transplanting collard greens

Scott, Zoe and Poki transplanting Kohlrabi

The ducks have been having breakfast in the worm bin every morning

A group of students from the Espanola Community College with agronomy Professor Mario Montes-Helu.

Dominique and Poki receiving the Sustainable Santa Fe award.


Our first Community Potluck of the season will take place on Monday May 6 @ 6:00pm

We'll fire up the horno so bring toppings for the pizza!

Our CSA shares are almost gone.  If you wish to sign up, hurry!  Email here for an enrollment form.

Farmers Market on Saturdays
Look for us outside.  We' are selling seeds, plant, flower and herb starts, and worms.

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