On Saturday, we had a visit from Steve McCulloch's South Puget Sound Community College Edible Plants class. This meant we uncovered all of our hoop houses covered in Agribond--a white filmy cloth that we cover just about every crop except peas. The cloth keeps new starts a bit warmer and is a nice barrier to garden pests. We were surprised to find our first bed of broccoli ready to harvest--an affirmation that things are growing despite the cold, damp weather.
This blog reflects the journey of Kathleen and Mark who have left suburbia to steward this historical property and transform the land back into a working farm.