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Week 23 Round River Farm


It was a busy week on the farm this week. Full of huge piles of radishes that had to be harvested, washed, sorted and spread among all 48 coolers. We run a CSA(Community Supported Agriculture) where people pay upfront to receive a cooler, or a portion of, full of the veggies in season each week of the summer. I also found and photographed a luna moth. I had accidentally nocked two out of a tree and one seamed inured which was sad but ment that it held still enough to photograph. Finally the last photograph is of the awards given to the graduation Naturalists at Wolf Ridge ELC near my house.  









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