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Jane and I really enjoyed delivering our ‘Cook and Eat’ session last night. It was the last stage of our ‘Food Champions’ training run by Kay Johnson of The Larder and Alison Watts of Preston Council. This puts us in … Continue reading
A good turnout for our seminar today.
The rhubarb crowns we have been given have started to sprout so we thought it would be a good time to plant them.
We started to sow our seeds today with onions being the first.
Some pictures from our final nutritional session on the ‘Food Champions’ course Jane and I have been attending. We would like to thank Kay Johnson of ‘The Larder’ and Alison Watts of Preston Council for the brilliant course they have run over the last few weeks. It’s been great fun and really helpful. Thanks also to our ‘classmates’, we’ve met some really lovely people who I hope will come down and visit the farm soon.
All being well, we will have both qualified for Food Hygiene and Nutrition Certificates, and we will soon be running our own ‘Cook and Eat’ sessions for the local community.
We started to cut and grade our basket willow today.
Our Permaculture guru Gaynor has been busy making signs pointing out the relevance of the different Permaculture zones on our site and how we use the resources they provide. If you want to learn more about Permaculture we will be having some special Permaculture open days soon.
Listening to Nick Weir about the Open Food Network. This will be a great resource for small producers connecting them directly to customers.
Its very wet out so our volunteers are keeping dry in the poly tunnel and doing a seed audit. We need to decide what we are short of for the new season.
With -5.9 Celsius on the poly tunnel thermometer I think this has been the coldest morning this winter. It was so great with great pictures whichever direction you look.