So Long Snow!
Half Moon? What!? Why?
So many others do bimonthly newsletters on the Full and New Moon. They always get the attention. They always get the fandom. They always get the importance. The Half Moon, also called quarter moon, but when you look at it with your actual eyeballs it isn’t quarter, its half! (it’s a celestial pet peeve of mine) Half Dark. Half Light. And each switching sides every time. One time growing in light, the other time growing in dark. It isn’t the pause between the inhale and the exhale, it *is* the inhale and the exhale. It is the middle road.
It has been a long wait for the snow to leave but the wait is over!
And now it's time to transform the anxiety into action.
Repairing fences, moving trellises, finishing the high tunnel, seeding, moving seed flats, repairing the greenhouse, and a lot of heavy lifting.
It's go time now!
As the sap keeps rising, the leaves begin to unfurl, and the first flowers of the season spring up, the farmer dusts off their muscles and begins to harden their hands.
And if you want to learn more about our plant friends, be sure to check out the class availability below and on the website
Future Learning OpportunitiesAre you ready to step into the wilderness?
Tuesdays in May: Troy Adult Education Program
I'll be teaching a Spring Wildflower & Native Plant ID class on Tuesday evenings in May and early June. Two indoor classes to cover the basics and two outings to meet all the wonderful spring plants around Troy. Sign-up here!
Seasonal On-Farm Foraging Classes: Dragon's Breath Farm
Come learn about commonly available seasonal edible plants in our region. We'll meet the plants, learn about their edible and also medicinal qualities, proper foraging etiquette, and taste the wonders of the wilds. Join me on the farm on the afternoon of Sunday, May 14th for our Early Spring Foraging to see what the wilds can provide! Sign up here!What's available this week?We are preparing for the upcoming market season, so look for everything to be available at our tent this season!
Where to find it all?
Select flower seed varieties saved right here on the farm are available at Homesteaders in Libby!
The Farmers Markets start the first week in May.
Find me and all the spring farm goodies both Thursdays and Saturdays.
Thursdays from 3-630pm at The Farmers Market at Libby
Saturdays from 9-1230pm at the Kalispell Farmers Market
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I'm Farmer Megan with a life full of cackles, clucks, quacks, weeds, crazy kitten, and one tiny, senior, blind dog.