Isn’t she a beauty? The bee of course! I’m going to give it a try, pulling honey. It’s the first pull of the season. I’m not sure how much honey the bees will have in their hives. So far this season, the bees are struggling. Mainly due to the weather Arizona has been experiencing. A
They’re here!!! The farm is bursting with flavor. It was a delicious day on the farm. Just before 8 a.m. the crowd began to form and the gate was opened early so all could make a mad dash for the strawberries, asparagus and artichokes. These are three of the specialty crops grown on the farm.
Pictured here is the raw land I purchased from Ignacio. If you look closely, up in the right hand corner you can see the rusty old can, that’s the well. Last weekend Carl, my farm manager and I were selling at the Stock Shop Farmers Market when Ignacio and his lovely wife came over to
The official uniform shirt for the farm. For the first time in many a month, I went to the grocery store. I went directly to the organic section and my eyeballs just about popped out of my head. Not only did prices go up, the size of a bunch has dramatically decreased. Kale, a very small
It’s almost time for summer squash! Lightly steamed, a little S & P and they are good to go. What is happening to America? How and why can Monsanto silently fall through the cracks of our government? What is it that our elected officials don’t get? Why is it that Americans are standing on the