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     Juan volunteered with us recently as a WWOOFer and has now moved on to his next host farm. We'd like to thank Juan for getting involved and helping us out.
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    There was a team of 15 people on Thursday who completed all the harvesting/packing for 90 veg boxes by 5pm – great work everybody!Harvesting Chinese cabbage (on the left) and herb fennel (on the right).Harvesting the last of our mooli/minowase/daikon.Harvesting oriental greens.Yesterday's veg boxes contained:-small £7 box – potatoes, onions, oriental greens, watercress, mooli radish […]
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    There are still a few spaces available for our final Training & Work Experience course (flyer attached) for local adults who must not be earning any money at the point of registration. The next course runs on Tuesdays and Thursdays from Feb-Apr offering a mix of growing activities, cookery activities and employment support. Here's a […]
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    Our wonderful volunteers today harvested 50kg of mooli radish (a.k.a. daikon or minowase) from one of our polytunnels, just under half of this years' total crop, so there will be enough for another week in the veg boxes soon! We've had a much better crop this year than last, by sowing earlier, and maintaining soil […]
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    Two of our WWOOF volunteers, Joe and Ophelia, have moved on to other farms this week, having volunteered with us for a while, and having then spent Christmas and New Year's Day here on Bosavern Community Farm. We are very grateful for their help this winter!Joe and Ophelia working together in the Propagation Station harvesting […]
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    With the generous support of the Penwith Landscape Project, and thanks to Gryff on his digger, last week we carried out some more nature conservation projects on the farm.Using half an old telegraph pole, we've erected a support for a barn-owl box, on the edge of our young woodland. Two barn owls have been seen […]
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    This week we have again delivered on a Thursday, like last week, to give our staff and volunteers more of a rest over the New Year's weekend. Many thanks to Joe and Chris our two volunteer delivery drivers today, who have delivered all the boxes and gone home already. Also many thanks to the small […]
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    Rob volunteered with us as a WWOOFer for two months, and left just before Christmas, so we'd like to thank him for his help and wish him all the best in his onward endeavours.
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    Our farm shop is looking beautiful at the moment, bursting with festive veg – Brussels sprouts, kale, squash, parsnips, carrots, savoys, red cabbages, leeks, potatoes, russet apples, celeriacs, salad, rainbow chard, spinach, watercress, onions, swede, dried chillies, cauliflowers, dried lemon verbena for tea, beetroot, and fresh herbs. We are open 10am till 5pm until the […]
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    Several years ago we created a willow copse in the corner of what is now our allotment field (Pepper Field), and this year it was time to coppice the willow for the first time. We produced three different products from the willow – whips for planting in other fields, firewood to dry out for the […]