Missouri Farm to School helps connect schools and universities with locally grown food and local farmers. By using more locally grown food in institutions, we can increase access to fresh fruits and vegetables and create new market opportunities for farmers. Learn more about Missouri Farm to School at our upcoming free workshop. Lunch is provided. Hear first-hand accounts from farmers, food service directors, and distributors involved in farm to school programs. Learn how they got started and…See More
You gave me some insight last year on composting. I used a ratio of probably 3 parts compost to one part soil. It did fantastic. Any how I just noticed you tried to friend me way back and I just seen it. Sorry.…"
Ok, It's set. The Well Fed Neighbor Cooperative LLC (My new fledgling co-op) will be co-hosting an event with the Farmers Gastropub, Friday, February 11th, 6:30 pm, in the back room of the pub. I will post an event here and at wellfedneighbor.com hopefully today. Come and learn about the "value chain" approach to business, and the benefit local food will have on local food security, our local economy, our local job base, our local health and our local fuel usage. If you're a producer, local…See More
"Hi Richard, good to have you on board and willing to work. This week our focus is mostly on getting the farm in shape for the big picnic this weekend. If you can help this week, call Galen and ask when the best time to meet him out there or tell him…"
Hi Richard, good to have you on board and willing to work. This week our focus is mostly on getting the farm in shape for the big picnic this weekend. If you can help this week, call Galen and ask when the best time to meet him out there or tell him when your available and we will try to make it happen.
Galen - 353.7758
Richard I know you have already received advise on to much compost but I have been growing in streight compost for years. I think that I have one of the best gardens arround and it works great. I would not worry about to much compost. I don't think there is such a thing as too much. You will have to add more each year though as it will settle. I cap my beds off each fall.