Helen Gunderson land steward at
Burnett Urban Farm
Pullet chick-sharing-time again. Every two years, I order 30 pullet chicks from Hoover’s Hatchery in Rudd, Iowa, with the intent to keep about 14 and be assured that if some die, I will still have 9-10 laying hens for the next two winters. This year is no different. I have
I have a flat of Roma VF tomato seedlings that are about 4-5 inches tall and a flat of San Marzano II tomato seedlings that are about 3 inches tall. And I would love to find new homes for the plants. I had thought I had started both kinds of tomatoes
Mustard Seed Community Farm and I each had plant sharing events on Saturday. MSF at Romero House and mine (with plenty of great team members) here at Burnett Urban Farm where we also gave away homemade pizza made with flour I had ground from wheat berries from Early Morning Harvest.
What else could have been better for me yesterday, April 29, a chilly and rainy Saturday, than to sit in