Month: March 2009

Who Says It’s Too Cold?

Today was another chilly day on the farm, so we mostly focused on greenhouse work, planting our first round of tomatoes for starts later in the season. Last week though was a big week out in the fields. Despite the cold weather we planted 75 lbs of onions and 10 lbs of snap peas–quite the Read More …

Plugging In the Fields

Dear Farm Friends, You may have noticed Red Wiggler’s blog undergoing a few unusual transformations in the past week or so. Here on the farm, we’re trying to become a little more tech-brilliant and make our blog more beautiful, more exciting, and easier to use. We must admit, though we’re pretty darn good at hooking Read More …

I’d like to buy some tractor seeds

Today more seeds went in in our little green house and some tiny snapdragons poked their heads out of the potting soil. Later Adrienne and Michelle wrangled with the tractor. If only we could grow our own replacement parts!

Job Opening With Red Wiggler!

Dear All, One of our Growers’ well-loved job coaches is retiring, and now the ARC of Montgomery County searching for someone to fill her big shoes. The job coach would provide employment support to a small crew of adults with developmental disabilities who are employed with Red Wiggler Community Farm. Though the job coach Read More …

Greenhouse Work

Planting some flower seeds to get a jump on the season. Last week our water was a little tied up, so we tried to improvise a bit.