Life, Faith and Urban Farming

The life and happenings of an unconventional pastor and urban farmer living in the city with a family of five.

Thursday, April 24, 2008


Yesterday morning I traveled with my wife, Alyssa, son Micah and friends, Lance, Mark and Courtney back up to the Bio Shelter at Three Sister's Farm outside Sandy Lake PA. We returned home with a few hundred healthy seedlings ready to be put into our gardens and be sold at local markets. The tomatoes, tomatillos and onions are all ready to be repotted and sold. Most of the hot peppers have a few more weeks to go before they'll be ready. Check out the pictures from a few weeks ago when we planted the hot pepper seeds at the shelter. There's also a picture of our make shift hoop house where our crop of greens have been growing since mid March.

May 4th and 18th we'll be selling seedlings and limited produce at 4pm at the Union Project in Highland Park before worship which is at 6pm. Come down and support the cause!

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