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News from the Farm, Monday November 16th

This week brought a run of fantastic weather. The crew wore shorts, short sleeves and no shoes as they went about their work – as Julie said, “life is beautiful”. A highlight of the week’s work was gathering in a large harvest of dry leaves to use for next year’s mulch. All in all, the crew

News from the Farm, Monday November 9th

This week on the farm began with bitter cold, the work made easier by all of the work done last week before and during the rain and snow.  And then the weather turned, and the crew planted the garlic in balmy weather – three big beds of it, a total of 1,800 row feet – and mulched

News from the Farm, Monday November 2nd

“We had a huge effort on the part of the staff and working shareholders and volunteers this week. Not only did we have to navigate the final week of the 150 person summer CSA, but from Wednesday through Friday with cold and rainy and then snowy weather pretty much non-stop for the entire three days

News from the farm, Monday October 26th

This week on the farm, we finally finished weeding the strawberries and transplanting the daughter plants to new beds. Our crew – including four volunteers from Trader Joe’s – brought the effort to its culmination with lots of energy and song. We have five beds now, all planted, mulched and well-organized for next season. Julie

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About MHOF

Many Hands Organic Farm has been in existence since 1982 and has been selling to the public since 1985. We were first certified organic by the Massachusetts chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association in 1987.

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