Shannon Jones, from Broadfork Farm on the New Brunswick – Nova Scotia Border, reflects on selling hope and other values with your produce, shares her experience with caterpillar tunnels, and talks about her political activism on the farm. Shannon and her partner, Bryan Dyck, raise two acres of vegetables and cut flowers on a 15-acre parcel, and sell to farmers markets, restaurants, and retail food stores.
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Atlantic Canadian Organic Regional Network (ACORN)
Organic Farmers Business Handbook
Broadfork Farm’s High Hose Watering System keeps hoses clean and nozzles intact.
Shannon discussed the caterpillar tunnels she and Bryan use at Broadfork Farm. This blog post describes the process of constructing the tunnels; This post provides an update on materials and techniques.
- I encourage you to check out the detailed instructions for building a seed cleaner and a germination chamber.