This has been a seedy week. Depending on the weather we're in or out of doors, as there's ample tasks to keep us busy in both places. We've started many flats indoors, including the first round of brassicas (broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, brussels), this past weekend. There's arugula and spinach growing in a spot by the barnyard. Thankfully some rain finally came, and watered in the newly sown cover crops of oats and clover.
In other farm-y, ecology news, there's 2 neat events at St. Lawrence this weekend. Both are free and open to the public.
Wednesday at 7:30pm- Hepburn Auditorium
Professor of Neurobiology and Behavior at Cornell
Coming to talk about decision making in the hive.
The Dirty Life
Thursday at 8pm- Sykes Formal Lounge
Author and Farmer
Reading from her book about her life and work, starting a full-diet CSA in Essex, NY with her husband Mark.