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Reformed Bad BugBad BugLeonardtown's Vintage Tractor ParadeKohlrabi.  The Martians have landedSwallowtailTree Frog on squash leafPotato Bed PreparationGarlic Scapes.  Can't wait!Fingerling PotatoesGQ FarmerPlanting fall cover crops using a no-till seed drill French Breakfast RadishBake me @ 400 degreeSudan GrassPotatoes: Cool!!!Potatoes: HealingPotatoes: AdmiringPotatoes: Dreaming?Potatoes: RollingPotatoes: PlantingPotatoes: SlicingPlanting onionsSpringtime on the farmOnionsThe farmOrganic Earliglow Strawberries - Wow!Big, sweet romaineSassafras tree and blackberriesFarm laneBox TurtlePotato HarvestThe American Goldfinch and Indigo Buntings enjoy snacking on the sunflowersSummertimeHappy Customers!FigsSummertimeFarmer DaveA beautiful hand-crafted card from our friend ConnieFarmer JenTomatoes in late SeptemberPriscilla's Rainbow ChardFarmer JenShiitake mushroomSudan grass view from tractor.  We grow this to help build soil fertilityMaking raised beds with the 1953 Allis Chalmers model GJennifer and ConniePaw PawsEspelette peppersComing Soon!Jennifer and Priscilla Harvesting Sweet PotatoesInside our high tunnelJennifer and ConnieJen and PriscillaFarmer Jen Fall colors highlight vegetablesWinter hardy greens in the farm high tunnelFall colorsFall colorsFarmer JenGarlic PlantingGreens inside the high-tunnelJen and PriscillaDino KaleFresh late season carrots2014 garlic crop sproutingHakurei Turnips in December!Lacinato KaleWinter CeleryHappy Holidays!Onions growing over-winterTobacco barnHigh-tunnelStrawberry FlowerFarmer Jen harvesting French SorrelShallots and Cipollini OnionsGarlic in early springEarly morningGinger plantingTomatoesPotatoes!Strawberries - Coming Soon!Romaine LettuceRadish MixOnions high and dryRomaine, bibb and Red leaf lettuce, like cool rainPotatoes on a very wet dayGarlic enjoying heavy rainsFarmer JenRadish MixSpinachArugulaFarmer Dave checking out strawberriesFarmer Jen's potatoesHoney Bees on Crimson CloverRomaine LettuceBAE Farmer's Market - Farmer Jen and Farmhand PriscillaBibb LettuceRed OnionsGood Bug attacking Bad BugGetting Ready at BAE Farmers MarketGolden BeetsSweet OnionsBAE Farmer's Market ready to go!Checking on honey beesDino KaleHarvesting Dino KaleFreshly harvested baby gingerSweet PotatoesRadishes, BeetsJennifer and Davidmini cabbageLeeks and FennelFarm view in late fallFarmer Dave's Sweet PotatoesBaby ArugulaPreparing soil for garlicGold beetsOnions, where's the driver?OnionsCrop Planning for 2015Staying warm during winterHappy New fm the Garlic cropScallionsFrom the fieldRomaine lettuceBibb lettuceWinter day on the farmOff-season work, greenhouse tablesHappy bees on a winter dayNew barn siteMorning afterRoom with a viewA long road to springGreenhouse in winterNapping with a friendWinter carrotsPreparing for Polar VortexSaving electricityFarmer JenPride of SCF, garlicProgress on new barn and wash areaSimple pleasures, a new hatMustard plantingView of the dayMore chairs for farm tourNew veggie wash areaTomatoes in high tunnelSeeding cropsFarmhand Mary observing lettuceStrawberries coming in!Red LeafRomaine Kale HarvestLacinato KaleWalla Walla sweet onionsSalad cucumbersGreenbeansMarketMarket

Employment - 2018!December 11th, 2017

 We're hiring the following positions for the 2018 Season! Assistant Farmer Please click the link here for information and application: Assistant Farmer Crew Members Please click link here for in

Last BAE Market Tomorrow (18 NOV., 9 AM - 1 PM)!!November 17th, 2017

Hello Farm Friends! Tomorrow is the last market of this 2017 season AND it is just before Thanksgiving!  We have a lot of what you will need for your Thanksgiving dinners!  We have fros

2nd to Last BAE Farmer's Market Tomorrow, Saturday, 11 Nov (9 AM - 1 PM)November 10th, 2017

Hello Farm Friends! Yes!...we WILL be there tomorrow, despite the cold. It will be a beautiful, sunny, very crisp fall day and we are dressing for it.  By the way, the cold snap just ma

 

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