Winter

After a plentiful cherry tomato and cucumber harvest in August, we wrapped up the school gardening season with garlic planting in November. We’re hopeful that it will prove to be a deer-resistant hardy crop. As winter solstice nears, I’m cozying up with my just arrived Fedco seed catalog and planning for spring. In the meantime, check out our story in Healthy Acadia’s November newsletter. Eastport Grows a Food Forest.

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