No farmers market this week; plant, plant, plant


Stay tuned for news updates about when farmers market will be back in early June. We are happy that Green Things Farm will be joining us this season at farmers market.

We are planting, planting, planting here at The Farm at St. Joe’s. This morning Ms. Krasko’s Skyline High School class helped me plant tomatoes in hoophouse 2. They also did quite a bit of weeding outside in the garlic beds. This farm would not function without the wonderful volunteers and interns we have. Email bairdz@trinity-health.org if your interested in getting involved as a volunteer, one time or ongoing.

Healthy looking garlic was planted last fall and mulched with straw.

Healthy looking garlic was planted last fall and mulched with straw.

The first fruit trees planted at The Farm at St. Joe's. Peaches!

The first fruit trees planted at The Farm at St. Joe’s. Peaches!

Broccoli is growing in the outside garden at The Farm.

Broccoli is growing in the outside garden at The Farm.

Volunteers help prepare beds in the hoophouse on a Saturday.

Volunteers help prepare beds in the hoophouse on a Saturday.

Tomatoes were planted early into hoophouse 2.

Tomatoes were planted early into hoophouse 2.

Here are some pictures of some of the planting that has been happening this spring.

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