Category Archives: high tunnel

Silly Me Smart Me

I did¬†something silly at my age. I took a part time temp job, helping at Bethel Springs Farms north of Rickreall. The farmer, Michelle Burger, looked at me and asked me if I knew it was hard work. Oh, yes, … Continue reading

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Learning the Land

Water rights, even before this time of climate fluctuation, has always been the key to successful farming in a place where summer rain is sparse. Finding 8.5 acres adjacent to the South Fork of the Yamhill River not only eased … Continue reading

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Learning from Others

Whenever I travel my eyes are open to new ideas that can transfer back home. ¬†I believe none of us have to re-create the wheel; we can borrow good ideas from other places and modify them for our best use. … Continue reading

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