I was just looking at the blog and realized that I never posted that we did indeed put the garden to bed for the season. Tracy, Hannah, Yvonne, Noah, Keff, and I all worked to pull up the last few plants, scoop up the leaves, and close up shop for the year. We had a great season and very much appreciate all the help.
There are some big questions about the garden for next year. I'll be in a farm training program in Lowell, MA, over the summer, growing a small 1/4 acre farm and selling to a cooperative CSA and at some farmer's markets. So I'll be looking for someone else to take over management of the project. With any luck, it will continue over this next season and for many years after that.
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