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

News from the farm, Monday October 19th

This week Julie put a lot of time and fundraising muscle into the NOFA/Mass Human Health and Climate Action Challenge (with administrative support provided by yours truly). Daily video tips were created, posted to social media, and emailed out to a big list of supporters, friends and donors to previous NOFA/Mass events – and we raised

News from the farm, Monday October 12th

Farm life held a lot of high notes this week. One was the purchase of a goodly number of vinyl bags which we filled with sand. The crew put the sandbags down on the edges of the Remay that we’re using to protect a number of tender growing crops from the cold. Cathleen used this method in her previous work

News from the farm, Monday October 5th

This week, the crew pulled out the last of the tomato plants from the hoophouses, making way for a planting of spinach. Great progess was made on weeding the strawberries and populating next year’s beds with daughter plants. The asparagus finally got its second weeding and has been well-mulched with wood chips. Among the folks

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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