This has been a great couple of weeks at the farm. As of today, we have very little space left and that space has been allocated for specific crops. So we are out of space! No worries, I can create rows in the fallow area to the west if need… more »
Friday morning was awesome at the garden. Thank you Vick, Ian, Kenny, Jonah and Brian for all your help! Saturday was a lovely day for planting and we had a productive day! Thank you John and Angel for the use of the super tiller, Chris… more »
Hi All! The weather has been cooperating and so there has been some activity at the garden in the past two weeks. We have planted potatoes and begun planting peas and carrots. Nyssa Cox and her mom Dianne spent 10 hours planting as Nyssa was working… more »
Hello All! What a productive evening at the Farm! Yes I said farm. With four acres out there, we really aren't gardening; we are farming! Tonight the youth from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints came out and measured, pounded and stake… more »
The big pile of manure sitting at the farm was provided by Carole Bear and her cows; thanks Carole! Brian Lauer of Lauer Excavating hauled it for us and Gary Rippee loaded it into Brian's dump truck. What a great community we have!
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The East Valley Farms and Schools Partnership have created an exciting opportunity to help the community members and students of the East Valley School District understand the complexities of farming and gardening while building unity among community members. We feel the scope of our community garden is limited only by our imagination and determination. Not only will classrooms have this opportunity, but all community members. Families are the backbone of our schools and when families are supported in investing time with each other then families can be more successful. Grandparents, neighbors and students alike can come together and grow together through gardening.