The beauty of farming is that every season brings new project and experiments.
This year at Wind Whipped Farm we are particularly excited about trying to grow baby ginger, which is all the rage on the East Coast.
We will be raising a small greenhouse (20×30), which will be primarily dedicated to seeding and late season heat-loving crops and we will also be experimenting with tomato grafting for disease prevention and improved yields.
This winter we kept ourselves “farm busy” by launching a Local Food Box logo design context and building an improved web site with the help of our friend and box customer Jordan Keats.
We also built some basic sandwich boards to better label our weekly veggies during our stay at Race Rocks Ecological Reserve.