Category Archives: On the Farm

Heirloom Tomato Plant Sale

The House in the Woods Seedling Sale is approaching! Organic heirloom tomato plants for your garden. We feature beautiful heirloom tomato plants. I have plenty of peppers, eggplant, basil and some other plants to offer as well. More details on … Continue reading

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Frederick Mag article

Check out the March edition of Frederick Magazine for a House in the Woods sighting, in the article titled “Waste Not, Want Not”. I am quoted talking about the way we can make use of vegetables that are not picture … Continue reading

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Blogging for Mother Earth News

I’ve got big news! And a big cabbage! Ilene is blogging for Mother Earth News. http://www.motherearthnews.com/ilene-white-freedman-farmer-environmental-educator.aspx And I’ll keep on writing right here, on the ol home page. The best way to see links to both, is on our Facebook … Continue reading

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Antique

I ventured off the fields and out of the kitchen and out of the woods today, doing some long-overdue errands. So I’m in Office Depot and they don’t sell a regular old style phone with a cord. The Office Depot … Continue reading

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Sweet Potato Planting Parties

We will be planting many rows of Sweet Potato slips this weekend. Its easy planting and will make for a fun crop mob. This is a great chance for something fun to do in the sunshine, get into the fields … Continue reading

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Kids on the farm

 Kids on the farm…goat kids, that is! The first week of April we welcomed triplet goat kids to the farm. Our Alpine dairy goat, Avanell, gave birth to the triplets. Two females and a male. I seemed to block out … Continue reading

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A glimpse at the greenhouse

It’s time for my favorite job on the farm, working in the greenhouse. I love baby seeds. I love baby goats (coming soon!) and baby kids (growing fast!) and baby giraffes (such long necks!), and I also love baby seeds. … Continue reading

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To do: Play in the mud

  Spring play in the garden at its best. The funny part is that this young lady came by with her mom to drop something off… and this is what they got into! Doesn’t she look perfectly into it? Noah … Continue reading

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Garlic Barn is here

 We are becoming known for our hairy garlic (with roots still on!) and our traditional drying technique of hanging the garlic in the barn. Reminiscent of a tobacco barn maybe? But much better for you! We have been saving our … Continue reading

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First Tomato

  First tomato of the season, a Cherokee Purple. CSA members each received a precious ONE tomato, a first taste of what’s to come very soon. Not bad for the first day of July! (Note to non-gardeners: this is early … Continue reading

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