More volunteer day (5/11) pictures


Emi Skogabe asks, “What is this?” A common question of the day.

Plenty of things to do at the farm on a volunteer day.

Plenty of things to do at the farm on a volunteer day.

Two full days of work… so there are plenty of pictures. Courtesy of Twin Fish Photography.


Jason is digging up hidden bricks in this garden bed.


Hard-working grant is loading the trailer up.


Some of the broken rock and brick on-site.


Drain tile, pavers, old buckets….


Kara lifts the heavy rebar pile with grace and experience.


Anyone need Paul Bunyan’s cookie sheet?


We saving as much as we can to re-purpose and replant – including workhorses and rhubarb plants.


This is the site before the fences and kennel are taken down.


The raspberry patch, the west field, is starting to shape up.


Nick (flannel) and Jason (checks) work on taking down the picket fence.

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Group B&W

After a hard day of work! A full trailer of rubble, pots, and rotted timber. We are making “T” signs for the Tiny Diner. Only for you, Tiny, would we be doing all this work.


A full trailer! We hauled off 5-6 of these trailers full of hidden treasures on the Honey House property.


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