Monthly Archives: February 2016
This week out on the UGArden was an enjoyable taste of warmer and sunnier days to come. In addition to weeding, seeding in the greenhouse, and watering plants, we also got a practical lesson on do’s and don’t’s as farm interns. … Continue reading
It was a good day to applied our motto and also a good team work with professor Berle Johannah and Pipe hahaha this afternoon to finish the task for today 🙂
Found an ancient glove digging around the other day…I’m no expert, but it’s probably from the mid 1700’s when the first Ugardeners settled in the area.
On Friday, we battled the tundra to practice our tractor skills with the disc attachment. This allowed us to break up the cover crop roots in the soil to prepare for forming beds and planting spring crops. The main trick was … Continue reading
This weekend was my weekend to water the greenhouse for UGArden. Pictured here are a couple of beets we have growing as tiny lil babies in the greenhouse. One day they will grow large and strong enough to plant out … Continue reading
Call me for your brake problems!
today is my first month here! and I just want to thank you all for helping and spend fun times with all! it’s been so nice working here and I’ve had good experiences and look forward to having more!