SPROUT!

July 9, 2011.

Peas ready for picking, squash too large to be edible, and still more kale. How wonderful the Lord has been to us that we can realize the fruits of our labors! We aren’t too sure how much corn we will get because the crows got the seeds again! It is too late in the season to plant any more, so we will have to wait and see how much comes up.

We are working out a system of flag markers for the staff and children of the Home to know which crops are ready for harvesting for their use. Crops like sugar snap peas should be harvested every day and that doesn’t fit very well with our Saturday only volunteer schedule. It shouldn’t be too long before we will need extra hands to harvest for the food banks.

–Jane

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