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Public Service Announcement: Pull the Stickers Off!

Public Service Announcement: Pull the Stickers Off! We recently amended our garden beds with Cascade Compost which is compost made from the food waste consumers generate in our area. Cascade Compost is a Registered Organic material with the Washington State Department of Agriculture and will improve our soil tilth while reusing what otherwise would end up…
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An early Easter Egg(er) hunt!

An early Easter Egg(er) Hunt! So the other evening while we were out collecting eggs, I looked up and noticed some feathers sticking out between the old boards under the eaves.  I first thought that it was just a birds nest since we have some barn swallows that have nested in the barn before.  Upon…
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Article: 1/5 of Americans responsible for 1/2 of the country’s food-based emissions

One-fifth of Americans are responsible for half the country’s food-based emissions A recent article in Popular Science highlights the effect our food choices have on emissions and climate change.One way consumers can see how to make more climate-conscious choices mentioned in the article is the Better Buying Lab from the World Resources Institute – worth…
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There’s still time to sign up for eggs!

There’s still time to sign up for eggs! Price adjusted to reflect remaining weeks Hi all!  We are still selling egg subscriptions and have adjusted the price to reflect the remaining weeks left (as of this weekend, 23 weeks remain). We are delivering on Saturday this weekend (week 2) and have subscriptions available for those…
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Egg CSA Begins in One Week!

Egg CSA Begins in One Week! Howdy folks!  Our 25 week egg CSA begins in one week – From March 4th to September 26th, enjoy delivery of one dozen farm-fresh eggs from our heritage breed hens.  We feed only organic, non-GMO feed and our hens have a great life with free access to the outdoors.…
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It’s a Growing Problem

It’s a Growing Problem Well, I admit.  I’ve got a problem.  I just cant stop checking out seed catalogs and buying interesting seeds.  My latest binge is dry beans.  I’ve got a plot where we’ll be trialling some new varieties that we aren’t quite ready to do at scale or that we just want to…
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Got Eggs?

Got Eggs? The hens are laying beautiful eggs reliably now and just in time for the start of our 25 week egg subscription.  There are still a number of subscriptions available for folks in the greater Tacoma-Seattle area. If you want to taste great eggs, give ours a try! What will you get? Each week,…
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Hatching, planning, waiting…

Hatching, Planning, Waiting… Successful Hatch! We successfully hatched out the fertile eggs we purchased as part of our breeding plan and laying hen replacement.  The 30 eggs we ordered (and one extra for free) arrived via USPS damaged leaving only 28 for the incubator.  Of those, 26 developed and from the 26, we hatched out…
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Is it Spring Yet?

Is it Spring Yet? Garden Planning We ordered our seeds today (yea!) and it’s starting to feel like Spring is right around the corner!  We’re busy planning the gardens – when and where to plant what, and how much.  There are still CSA shares available but we have had a number of people express interest,…
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Hot Composting Litter

Hot Composting Litter We manage the compost generated by our chickens through composting using the Berkeley method of “hot” composting.  Through composting, we manage the waste generated by the chickens, turning it into valuable soil building compost that adds nutrients, builds soil structure, and improves drainage.