Author Archives: molliersimon

Clean, green eatin’

‘Tis the season for greens upon greens upon greens. Kale me crazy, but I am absolutly loving it, especially since this week has been Passover (a Jewish holiday which means no bread and wheat, among other things, for a week). … Continue reading

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Greens Abound

Question: What did the farmer wear to the formal event? Answer: His collared green shirt…

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Green Screen

Took this pic with a green screen so that I could edit it later. This week included bed preparation for the summer, lots of harvesting and food donations, and endless, delicious kale. While it was a little colder than my Georgia heart would have … Continue reading

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Harvest Time

A day that starts by harvesting purple asparagus is, by definition, a great day.

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Cream of the Crop

This week, I got to check off one more item from my UGArden intern “bucket list!” On Wednesday, Edna and I cleaned out empty buckets of frosting donated from local stores to use for growing mushrooms. The frosting buckets included But-R-Creme, which … Continue reading

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Leaf-ing Winter behind and saying hello to Spring

Sometimes, getting up for an 8 am shift at the UGArden is hard… but sometimes, you get to go straight back to bed! (Planting hoop-house beds, that is.)

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Aspara-guess what we did this week?!

This week included finishing off another plant bed. In honor of the occasion, here is my pun of the week… Q: Why did the soil go to the hospital? A: To get a transplant. Happy [almost] spring everyone!  

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