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Newsletter – May 22, 2019

Summer is about to begin and it is so very exciting and busy around the farm. Planting, planting, planting is the name of...

Advocates want next phase of ComEd microgrid powered by renewables

Unlike the first phase, ComEd isn’t legally obligated to use renewables, but the company says...

Advocates want next phase of ComEd microgrid powered by renewables

Unlike the first phase, ComEd isn’t legally obligated to use renewables, but the company says...

See you at the Dieppe Market on Saturday!

We’re excited to return to the Dieppe Market for the year, beginning this coming Saturday (April 27th)! It has been a wet spring for...

Advocates want next phase of ComEd microgrid powered by renewables

Unlike the first phase, ComEd isn’t legally obligated to use renewables, but the company says...

Stone Fruit Season Is Here « Earl’s Organic Produce

Peach and nectarine season has begun!  Generally speaking we start seeing peaches around May 1st and the season can continue into September. We can look...

Advocates want next phase of ComEd microgrid powered by renewables

Unlike the first phase, ComEd isn’t legally obligated to use renewables, but the company says...

OFRF Continues Funding for Plant Breeding Project

April 29, 2019 – Development, testing, and release of resistant varieties is essential to controlling downy mildew and bacterial wilt, diseases that pose...

Conventional Farmers : OrganicFarming

So I’ve grown up in a family that is just a generation removed from conventional row cropping and still has some strong connections...

Advocates want next phase of ComEd microgrid powered by renewables

Unlike the first phase, ComEd isn’t legally obligated to use renewables, but the company says...

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