Farmers in Training Journal

<p style=”padding:10px;”>Journal entries below are from Interns in our Farmer Training Program. These entries are mean to provide insight into the world of farming from the view of newcomers, and serve as an educational resource for our community. We hope you enjoy these journal entries as much as our interns enjoy their time on the farm! </p>

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  • Entry 12, Week of August 22nd       Mushrooms on the farm this week, almost un-noticable, but once noticed consume your attention for a good 5 minutes.                       Other Little Creatures As Well. The insect above on the right had an impressive tint of blue on his lower wings, the photo doesn’t quite do it justice. Also on a side note, is it possible to be allergic ...
  • Entry 11, Week of August 15th On Trellising this week, Before,  And after. Shout out to Faye for all the trellising help! Thank you. Had to take a sick day on Friday. In an attempt to cure me, My dog decided to rest his nasty bits on my shoulder and pillow and sit on me like a parrot, much to his surprise this did ...
  • Entry 10, Week of August 8th  So Much Life,  Natural Beauty (see the <3’s),  And organization on the farm this week :).
  • Entry 9, week of August 1st These horn worms are a beautiful disaster. I say that because I love the hue of green, and the white ribbed stripes, the little spots, and the tint of red on the tail…BUT these bad boys can eat every leaf off a plant in a few days. Ive seen an entire grape vine loose all ...
  • Farmer’s Journal- Faye Nahm- Entry 08 This is a very interesting season to be at the farm. My class of interns has been able to see the entire process of Rishi stressing over purchasing the farm address, seeing the actual keys to the house in Rishi’s hands, all the way to encountering (in more ways than one) a humungous pile of ...
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