Friday, October 16, 2015

Farm Friday

Has another week gone by already? We're starting to see signs of autumn around here, with more leaves turning and starting to fall from trees. The weather has been typical for this time of year - cold one day, warm the next. Sorry  no photo today; it has been a hectic week. Here's a brief recap:
  • Spoke about sustainable agriculture at a local church
  • Delivered an order to a local private school
  • Delivered an order to our local farm-to-table restaurant
  • Made more aprons
  • Prepped for market today
  • Prepped for a craft show today
Have a great week!

1 comment:

David said...

Cherie, yep busy week here too. Leaves are starting fall here in Nebraska and the second round of yard cleanup will begin today. The last round netted four bags of leaf/grass mixture for garden mulch and compost. I sheet compost in the garden beds. A big mound of leaf/grass mixture is dumped on the bed. By the Spring it is well on the way to become compost. Digging it into the soil and letting it finish the composting over the summer will keep the bed supplied with good stuff for plant growth all summer. There's better way to naturally feed a garden bed for urban farming. I'm building some new garden beds and will be using the yard waste to fill them up the fall. There's plenty to do and not enough time to get it done. I pray that your market day will be a sell out.

Have a great Farmer's Market day.