Today marks a decade at WoodGrain Farm (aka Moonlight Mountain Farm for the first couple years). Here’s a quick look back 10 years to 2009, the first season on the farm. That’s Wilfred on the tractor tilling our very first garden patch. We continue to be forever grateful to good neighbours and a supportive community,Continue reading “10 Years”
Blog posts have been admittedly sparse as of late (thanks instagram), but here’s a few images from the very dry season-that-was courtesy of late-summer wwoofer Célia
A quick transition into winter this year, with mild temperatures and lots of snow!
The garden sesaon nears its end as we move solidly into fall.
The day always ends with a stroll out to the barn, particularly beautiful after the early evening thunderstorms have rolled through.
20 lambs so far, with a few ewes left to go. It’s been a gentler world to arrive into this year, green grass without ice and snow.
The fall-seeded wheat is coming out of its winter dormancy, as are the animals .
Some more pictures from the wetter, latter half of the 2015 growing season. Rainbow photo by neighbour Rachael, others by Jonathan. More rainy harvest day pictures at Love the Hazeltons
The month of lambs, seedlings, fence posts, and snow showers.
The lambs are arriving in droves. Photos by Jolene Swain.