‘Harvest Day’ for us means a bustling Friday, when the harvest for the Bulkley Valley Farmers’ Market on Saturdays gets picked and we lay the groundwork for the Hazelton Farmers’ Market on Sundays. On a drizzly mid-summer harvest day this season, we were happy to welcome photographer Aaron Whitfield to document the harvest as anContinue reading “Harvest Day 2019”
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A fun January project, that turned into March. Staves and floor are cedar from a local mill; benches, trim and lid are chainsaw milled cedar from the back forty. Excellent fabrication job on the aluminum snorkel stove and bands by MWM Welding in Smithers. Life on the farm just got that tiny bit better.
Other farm views, from wwoofer and travel writer Laetitia Lamarcq http://www.routesparalleles.com
It’s always fun to see the farm through the eyes of others, here’s some pictures from Willing Workers on Organic Farms Jeanne and Carsten. Thanks for all the help through haying, harvesting, markets, festival clean-up, weeding, cooking, raspberry pickin’, pea shellin’…
It’s been a busy month with harvesting and the last of the markets. Now the garden is tilled, the root cellar is full, squash is curing, rye is ready for milling and the straw is in the barn.
The bulk of the harvest is just about in and ‘put by’ for the winter ahead. Times of plenty.