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The Lock Farm Welcomes a New Helper

He was born early March and still has some growing to do.
His job is a very important as he keeps the bad bugs under control.

Saturday at the Lock Farm

It is time for weeding and watering.

Above is a container of spring onions.

Below is a row of spinach plants.

Trays of candy onions get a watering from the hose..

water sprinkling on onion plants

Tomatoes in a container get watered automatically through a drip.

Spinach has an underground drip line.

Pictures of watering and weeding at the Lock Farm.

How Do You Spell Spring?

Here’s how we spell spring at the Lock Farm!

Spelling ‘SPRING’ at the Lock Farm.

Check out our website for more information about the produce, locally grown and fresh that is offered to the community at the Lock Farm.

http://www.lockfarm.net

Working Up a Sweat On a Cold Winter Day

On a freezing cold windy winter day the Lock Farm greenhouse  and high tunnel  are the places to go to get warn. Take a look at what the thermometers register.

thermometer reading over 100º
It is over 100º!

It’s hot here too!

And these little ones are not bothered. They know they are getting ready to become part of the Lock Farm’s produce supply.

Lettuce

Broccoli

Candy Onions    

The Lock Farm offers several purchasing options:      On The Farm, Fields To Meals, Thursday Market and Weekend Market.

The Lock Farm — Where Eating Fresh Begins…                 in March, in the greenhouse!