Friday, February 17, 2012

Farming Isn't Talking, It's Growing Food

Semi-Dwarf Meyer Lemon Tree

Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon with lemons from our tree.

Chard from one of the hoop houses

Valentine's Dinner: Wild Salmon with lemon, Wild rice, blanched chard with fermented carrots and organic avocado

Chard, Kale, Radishes, Parsley and Lettuce

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Winter Update

A-frame greenhouse with our three hoop houses and the cold frame behind them. We planted beets and cabbage in the cold frame today and last week planted chard and kale and broccoli raab and radishes in the hoop house to the left.

Carrots we bought from Gemini farms

Ginger carrots

Once we added salt and enough water to cover all the carrots they went in the closet to ferment for a week or two.

Fermentation closet; in there now is porter and red chile porter, apple cider and carrots, both ginger and garlic

Pantry above the washer 
Burning scrap wood 

Flower beds made from hollowed out pine logs 

Happy hens