Current images from Foggy Notion Farm, on Instagram.
This can be very hard and grinding work but it can also lift your soul, tie you together with your past and future self and encourage risk taking, problem solving and introspective learning. I read somewhere that when considering your skill level at a vocation you should consider yourself the at the age of how many years you’ve been working at it. In this case I am a 10 year old gardener (urban farmer? I don’t know what to call it but it was very different) and just a 3 year old farmer. This was our best week yet as a farm and I wanted to take the time to thank all of our community members and customers and chefs who have been supporting us and helping us grow. You are supporting our attempts at ethical and natural farming and we deeply appreciate it!
Some days we get lucky and get a mega crew. Today was one of em. Thanks guys!
🍉 the first of many truck loads of sweet sweet melons. Farmers: do you ever chop these up to sell at markets? The good people of little rhody are intimidated by 25 lb watermelons!
Get your fresh veggies and fruit right NOW at the Mount Hope Farm Farmers Market in Bristol. 🥒🍈🌶🍅🍆🥔💚☔️💐9am-12:30pm...ps we have melons today!
It’s August here at the Armory Park Farmers Market until 7! See you soon!
Flowers galore and more! At armory park till 700 this evening!
Basil in a marsupial pouch.
This streamlined little froggy somehow found his was into a bucket of water in our prophouse! Don’t worry we put him near the stream. Ribbet. #froggypotionfarm
@emil_y_emil_y @morkthedelayer and @metalisharderthanwood got the whole tomato house weeded, pruned and trellised today. Tomatoes starting this week!
We are very excited about our first load of seed starting soil mix made by @compostplant from local food waste and other compostables mixed with the perfect amount of amendments for our various seed starting needs. It’s fantastic to move our potting soil needs to a local producer.