It’s a gray day today, as it’s been for most of the last few, but out in the field, it feels green. We’re at about 1.5″ (37cm) of rain in total, and the ground is nicely soaked (and a little too wet to work). The grass surrounding the garden is looking particularly inviting this year, since today’s lush green carpet is tomorrow’s GRASS MULCH. The temperature is up as well, and some sunshine is on the way (no doubt…). All in all, everything’s a little delayed, but looking pretty good!
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What a wonderful blog! I thought you’d be interested in an amazing organiic farming project in one of Kenya’s biggest slums, Kibera http://greendreams.edublogs.org/
I just found your blog and have been reading through your archives voraciously! We’re planning on moving up north (in the US) in a few years and buying some land for a farm and village and I’m glad to see it can be done in climates like yours (the area we want to go in is identical in weather temperature). It’s inspiring and heartening to know that you have been so successful in your venture :)
Thanks for inspiring me and my wife, we’ll be following your blog from now on :)
Edit: Whoops, will move questions to the forum!
This is such a neat blog! I have an interest in gardening/farming a small plot of land in the near future, and this is so much fun to read about! Keep it up