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September 13, 2011

Sep
13

Notes from the field:

The rhythm of our days these days:  Late nights.  Early mornings.  Off to market - Return from market, manage field work, watch the sunset.  Watch the moon rise.  See the fog lift, the sky clear.

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September 6, 2011

Sep
09

Notes from the field:

Russell Libby, the Director of Maine Organic Farmers and Gardiners Association wrote an editorial of sorts in a fall newsletter about food, comunity, the present and living in the present with our vision for the future.  His words suggested to me, "Why wait?"

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August 30, 2011

Aug
30

Notes from the Field

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August 16, 2011

Aug
16

Notes from the field:

The sound of rain drips and patters onto leaf tops.  This rain makes me think of apple trees; this seasonal trasition to fall, and moisture percolating down to deeper rooted crops, feels like a nice way to round our our growing season.

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August 9, 2011

Aug
09

Notes from the field:

Ripe * Plump * Juicy * Seedy

With historic meaning of lust and seduction, it is no wonder that growing tomatoes become a labor of love.

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August 2, 2011

Aug
02

What's In the Bag?
Mesclun, Lettuce, Beet Greens, Yukon Gold & Adirondack Red spuds, Green Beans, Summer Squash, Cucumbers, Onion, Galic, Lemongrass

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July 26,2011

Jul
26

Notes from the field:

We've been having intensly melon colored sunsets in this past week of heat - pink like watermelon and the oranges of canteloupes.  We have een able to see the daily growth in the garden.  Now we wait to receivve rain, all the while contemplating irrigation in support of the later season crops - fall carrots, potatoes, beets, parsnips and cabbage growing in our ground.

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July 19, 2011

Jul
19

Notes from the field:

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June 21, 2011

Jun
21

The thirst to breathe the fresh air of the early morning is here.  The passionate adventure of a farming lifestyle, thriving in the ecology of CSA members, farmers, land, weather and the greater community is aiding Dig Deep Farm in growing.

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