The Beginning Of Spring?

We are at a the cross roads of a major shift in the seaons. Winter has gained a strong foothold these past few months. Sending down wave after wave of arctic cold with and scattered but significant snow. With such a strong front line the newly awakened Spring doesn't seem to have much of a

March 21st, 2014|

Snow on the ground Seed Catalogs in the mail

Well it finally happened for real. I don't check the weather as much this time of year so when we woke up to snow on the ground it was a bit of a surprise. We still have some posts to put in the ground for our new cow shed. The ground probably won't be to

November 26th, 2013|

Lawn Salad and a New Door

* Time. I don’t know where it is all going. The temperature has been rising; we’ve been in the 80’s for several days now. Maybe I’m moving slower in this heat, my winter skin still not fully shed, but my summer brain listing all the beds that need weeding, the plants that need transplanting, the

May 31st, 2011|

Last week of May

This week on the farm has been a busy one. We’ve been planting, transplanting and seeding, building an egg mobile for our chickens, playing with goats, going to the market and hunting for wily wild edibles. Last Saturday was the first market where we brought something we actually grew this year. Cress, spinach, and radishes

May 23rd, 2011|

A Farmer’s Life for Me

Why did I choose to be a farmer/home-maker/gardener/food educator/cook? Honestly? I can't really think of anything else I'd rather be doing. I am twenty years old, which to some is far to young to be making such a bold decision, and to be settling down as they say. I can understand their sentiment but I

February 15th, 2011|

Numero Uno

Welcome to Breezy Meadows Orchards and Nursery!  This is the first of what will be many a blog posts.  I figure the best place to start is the beginning or at least I've been told that before. And it seems like a good as any place to start.  Well I guess its not quite the beginning

January 7th, 2011|