Dear Friends and Neighbors, I run my thumbnail down the length of Jewelweed’s translucent, straw-like stem. Split and curled open, the inner surface…
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Greetings Friends and Neighbors, The Meadow beyond the house window blushes to whites and yellows, purples and reds—Bedstraw, Daisy, Vetch, Buttercup…
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Greetings Friends and Neighbors, What makes a farm a Farm? How does it differ from a place where farming once took place? A place whose stone walls and…
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Greetings Friends and Neighbors, I heard from a couple of you who read last week’s Newsletter you found yourself standing at the edge of the woods with…
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Greetings Friends and Neighbors, Returning to the Farm Sunday evening I experienced a staggering homecoming. Six hours on the road. Travelling through…
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Greetings Friends and Neighbors, After days under the steady influence of North Wind, morning dawns calm and clear. Warm. Stepping from the house onto…
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Greetings Friends and Neighbors, So, you say you have purchased an abandoned Farm. But how? And with whose money? And what are you going to do there on…
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Greetings Friends and Neighbors, This Farm property, Goose Landing—the old Shermerhorn Farm—was transacted for $475K one month ago. Talking about money…
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Greetings Friends and Neighbors, There was a plan, and then there was what happened. I had planned and promised to begin describing how it came to be…
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The question in last week’s Letter—How does the Story of Goose Landing begin?—was actually a trick question. How so? Underlying our hearing of the…
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The calendar reads Lambing Season Eve—Sunday the fifth-to-last day of March—and I am in bed early in an attempt to stockpile sleep before the floodgates…
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Greetings Friends and Neighbors, Moon travels the clear Southern Sky from East to West this week, waning as she goes. Song Sparrow begins chortling from…
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