Big News on the Garden

We are just forty dollars away from our goal of becoming a real, USDA-approved farm this year. To meet the definition of a real farm, we have to sell $1000 or more worth of produce in a season–and we are so, so close! Oh, it would mean so much to us. (Not really. It’s just an arbitrary definition for the sake of data collection. But y’know, there’d be a farmparty on our real farm, and that’d be fun!)

With our snuggly row covers, hardy plantings and persevering gardeners, we’ve got a few weeks of production left and I’ve got high hopes. But.

This next market could be the one! If you want to help us reach that goal, stop by this Tuesday; we’ll be outside the DUC from 12:15 until 2:30 with delicious veggies.

Madeleine Daepp

I'm a math and econ student at WashU. Though I love digging in the dirt, I hope one day to combine my urban gardening and my academic background to work in food justice. But full confession? If I could afford land and livestock, I would have a pig farm in the mountains.

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