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A DAY IN THE LIFE OF THE FARM.
Sometimes, the best way to experience the farm, is through images.

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Cat’s scamper to the back, waiting for their morning meal.

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A chicken contemplates the next pond leaf it will nibble on.

 

Cecile (an intern) works to fill the water in the chicken coop.

Cecile (an intern) works to fill the water in the chicken coop.

 

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Chickens look for grubs in the ground.

 

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Bees collect pollen from corn tassels and store them in sacks on their legs.

 

A new bed is planted, and covered with burlap for protection.

A new bed is planted, and covered with burlap for protection.

 

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Katie harvests bush beans.

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Field sign painted by intern Faye.

Field sign painted by intern Faye.

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An intern shows off a colorful insect she found in the field.

 

Radish sprouts

Radish seedlings. 

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Farmer Rishi instructs Cecile (an intern) on planting practices.

Farmer Rishi instructs Cecile (an intern) on planting practices.

 

Freshly harvested pomegranates.

Freshly harvested pomegranates.

 

Kelsey (an intern) fixes a drip line.

Kelsey (an intern) fixes a drip line.

 

Moringa leaves and flowers.

Moringa leaves and flowers.

 

Farmer Manju works hard packaging produce.

Farmer Manju works hard packaging amaranth.

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The hat wall.

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Cindy spreads diatomaceous earth, the fossilized remains of marine phytoplankton, to keep invasive insects at bay.

Cindy spreads diatomaceous earth, the fossilized remains of marine phytoplankton, to keep invasive insects at bay.

 

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