Bountiful Blessings Farm Produce

  (Hinckley, Illinois)
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Seeding!!!

Another day was spent seeding at the Bountiful Blessings Farm. I worked on onions and lettuce today. This is a very exciting time of the year. I love seeing the little seedlings start popping through the soil. Once the seeding was done today, I cleaned up the tool room, cleaned tools and put things away from weekend work around the farm. I want to make it a goal to keep things picked up and put away where they belong. In the busy season, things do not always get back to where they belong. We try real hard, but the busyness sometimes wins. I am hoping to encourage everyone helping us at the farm to put things back - and put them back clean. In the long run it will be more efficient. Moving all of my tools from the office building to the tool room should be a big help. We do most of our spring work in the main produce building, so having the tools over there should save time. 

Tomorrow we are supposed to get hit with up to 12 inches of snow. This is good for the moisture levels in the ground, but it will slow the process of building the seedling greenhouse. I was planning to work on that this week, but will most likely have to shift to something else. There is plenty to do in preparation for this season, so I am not worried about not having anything to do.

I filled out the paperwork today for two farmer's markets and got them in the mail. More information on that to follow. Now, for supper! Blessings!

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