Finally, some pictures!

Meet Jason (born on Friday, June 13)…the first
goat kid born, and the first animal I ever saw being born!

This is cow lamb and his mother. He comes running to be petted!

The planting crew after a really long day of transplanting.
From left, Dave, James, me, Mark, Harris and Gavin.
We stayed in the field until almost 8 pm, and I didn’t even
realize how late it was until I noticed the sun was starting to set!

Here I’m planting cukes and zukes in the vegetable
field just below my tent.

This is me using the single wheel hoe, an invaluable
weeding tool! And a great workout too ;P It will be on my
farm warming wish list some time in the years to come!

That’s it for now. It’s time for me to put Amber in for the night so we can milk her tomorrow morning. Hopefully she’s in a better mood tonight than she was yesterday when I had to pull her in on a lead all the way from the far end of the pasture. I was really glad she didn’t start to run!

This is the story of my journey into sustainable agriculture. From the streets of downtown Toronto, to the farm land of southern Ontario, I hope to discover the techniques and practices that work for me in both mind and heart.

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