Thursday Work Party, June 13 [Photos] — Green Acres Permaculture Village

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Last Thursday saw the weather turn brisk for June. After several thunderstorms rolled through it felt more like early spring or fall! I walked 1.4 miles to get to Green Acres for that morning’s work party and enjoyed the smells on the air that reminded me of my grandmother’s home in the Appalachian hills of Virginia.

 

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Thursday Work Party, May 30 [Photo Set] — Green Acres Permaculture Village

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L to R: Dan, Justin, Andreas, Rebecca and Alex Thursday’s work party found us all in back of DeKist 2 house, clearing weeds and making room for a new fence for the expanded chicken run. The new chicks grew so quickly and so did the weeds with all the rain we’ve had!

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Thursday Work Party, May 2 [Photos] — Green Acres Permaculture Village

Thursday arrived with a bang — literally! I walked around the property before heading to the greenhouse, to get some photos of the blooming flowers before the rain and thunderstorms arrived, much to the chagrin of the pups… There’s nothing quite like the smell after a good rain. I find everything much richer with color…

 

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Thursday Work Party, April 17 [Photo Set] — Green Acres Permaculture Village

Last Thursday, the rains started and as of this writing, the clouds are still producing misting rain. This weather always reminds of the porch on my grandmother’s home in mountains of Virginia, and the smell of Scotland. Spring showers didn’t keep us from getting outside to work behind DeKist 2 house, where I reside

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Thursday Work Party 04/04 [Photo Set] — Green Acres Permaculture Village

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With the warmer weather upon us, it’s time to start ‘hardening’ the plant starts. Solan explained that all the plants in the greenhouse have been babied and must be put outside on different rotation times throughout the week to get them ‘hardened’ to exposure to wind, rain, heat, etc. Daisy, Justin, Alex and Andreas start…read more

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