Although we still have cold temperatures ahead, it’s clear that spring is upon us. I have seen turkey vultures, geese, bald eagles, and robins. I have seen the tips of crocuses poking through the snow. The maple sap is running slowly but surely. What signs of spring have you seen? Please join us as we […]Read More Spring Events
well, we finally got it plastered. not 100% finished and done yet, but we got the plaster “brown coat” on the entire exterior of the structure. and let me tell you not a minute too soon. Chance of “snowy mix” tomorrow. anyway, here are our latest images next step is closing in the greenhouse and […]Read More the Seedhouse has its winter coat on!!!
Finally finally finally. After what seems like years of seeing this thing in my head as a ghostly vision of the future, the greenhouse has it’s form. I’ve been drawing pictures on paper and on Sketchup, talking about it and planning. I was just getting ready to put things in motion at the […]Read More Greenhouse rising
In late 2011, Charles and I began the construction of a timber-framed straw bale green house that will have a hoop house attached. Mostly I helped dig the drainage ditch for the foundation, which will drain into a bioswale. The green house will increase our capacity to grow vegetables, at-risk medicinal plants, and other important medicinal plants. […]Read More Building a Straw Bale Green House