As the soil warms in April and May, stinging nettles emerge, purplish, spiky, and shiny with a skin texture somewhat reptilian. It is a surprisingly useful and nutritious wild food, and we welcome it despite its sting.
Farmer Jonnah of Vermont Valley Community Farm takes a few quiet moments away from the hectic spring farm to hunt for her Trinity of Foraging: watercress, ramps and morels.
Farmers are known for not complaining, but that doesn’t mean everything is sunshine and roses. Farmer Lauren has some important and graceful words on farm struggles and the importance of community.
You might be thinking, “What’s there to say about salad greens?” A lot, actually. (We were surprised, too!)
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