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Woolly Bears & Leaf Piles: Fall CSA #1 – 10/24/18

The other day the girls and I were sitting around the table after school, and I asked if they would help brainstorm for my Halloween costume. Without missing a beat, Zea, my 9 year old, said, [...]

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The Best of Days: Summer CSA 2018 – Week #20 – Oct. 17th

The Best of Days In her book, Beloved, Toni Morrison writes: “In Ohio seasons are theatrical. Each one enters like a prima donna, convinced its performance is the reason the world has people in [...]

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72 + Diversity: CSA ’18 – Week #19, October 10th

The average yearly rainfall for our area is around 35 inches. Since May, we have had 72 inches of rain. That’s just crazy town. With a critical eye, and damp feet, it can sometimes be too [...]

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Being a ‘Real’ Farmer: CSA ’18 – Week #18, Oct. 3rd

Last season on one hot June afternoon, my Dad stopped by the farm. I was driving our large Kubota tractor. He walked up to say hello and peek inside, and then exclaimed, “Look at you, [...]

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And Then it Passes: CSA ’18 – Week #17, Sept. 26th

Sometimes there is a certain metaphorical symmetry between family life and farm life that I find beautiful. A truism one discovers when working on a farm, is that change is the one constant to be [...]