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Plants For Sale details have been updated for 2017!

The podcast A Thousand Ways To A Successful Farm (ATWTASF Podcast). has been put on temporary hold...

The CSA program has been discontinued (2015 was the last year).

A number of minor content updates and corrections have been made.

CSA details have been updated for 2015!

Plants For Sale details have been updated for 2015!

The infrastructure for a new daily podcast has been built! It is called A Thousand Ways To A Successful Farm (ATWTASF Podcast). The actual podcasts are scheduled to begin Monday, June 1, 2015. More details coming before then...

A number of minor content updates and corrections have been made.

Updates of CSA details will be coming soon...

We will not be doing any pond stocking in Spring 2015. We are overbooked this spring. There is not enough time to do what needs to be done, so some things have to be cut.

Updates of Plants For Sale and CSA details will be coming soon...

No more pond stocking will be scheduled until spring of 2015.

Plants For Sale details have been updated for 2014!

CSA details have been updated for 2014!

A number of minor content updates and corrections have been made.

We will be doing pond stocking during an approximately one week period in early May of 2013! Contact us soon - if you miss the window, the next available stocking time will be late October.

Plants For Sale details have been updated for 2013!

CSA details have been updated for 2013!

A number of new internal links have been inserted, as well as some minor content updates and corrections.

Plants For Sale details have been updated for 2012!

CSA details have been updated for 2012!

Because of a lack of time, we will NOT be doing ANY pond stocking of trout at all during the spring of 2012. We can only do so much...

Prices for trout have been increased. We had held our trout prices constant for several years, but our costs (particularly feed costs) have been rising significantly.

The Plants For Sale page has been created with links to tables of tomato plant information.

CSA details have been updated for 2011!

This website has been competely re-done (yet again!). Last time it was redone (spring of 2010), I moved from using Microsoft Publisher to coding it with ASP.NET. This time, I moved from coding it in ASP.NET to coding it in PHP. Along the way, besides teaching myself PHP, I also learned how to better use CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to get the visual effects I wanted.

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