It is spring and that means it is time for farmers to get out into the fields and start planting. Farmers have to dodge rainstorms and when skies are clear they might work through the night to get seeds into the ground. 611 more words
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Episode 5 of the “Conservation Chat” features Washington County farmer Rob Stout. Anthropologist Jacqueline Comito talks with Rob about his farm and his philosophy toward conservation. 138 more words
Two views from the Zen garden – how peaceful!
The flowering tree is a Patio Peach ornamental tree. It produces non-edible peaches. Great news – Leslie, the volunteer Master Gardener who is in charge of the Teaching Garden, says they have grown seedlings from the Patio Peach tree and they will be for sale in the MGPW Plant Sale on Saturday, May 9. 82 more words