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Clara's Corner

Clara Coleman, is a second-generation American organic farmer, consultant and speaker on four-season farming techniques and daughter of renowned farming pioneer Eliot Coleman. For three years, she created and operated a successful intensive 2-acre vegetable farm known as Divide Creek Farm located in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. 

 

Clara's experiences also include farm consulting for Wegmans Food Markets on their organic farm in upstate New York. Currently she resides in Portland, Maine with her two sons and is focused on four-season farm consulting and speaking engagements nationwide as a means to inspire and encourage the next generation of farmers.

 

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Benefits of a Dedicated Seed Starting Greenhouse

Spindly, leggy tomato transplants and bushy, overgrown lettuce seedlings reaching for light and competing for space on a kitchen counter or near a bedroom window are all too common occurrences for new and small-scale farmers and gardeners this time of year. Rather than spending your early spring days clearing more counter space, moving furniture and shuffling plant starts around the house as they rapidly outgrow their soil blocks, pots or trays, consider the many advantages of investing and building a Seed Starting Greenhouse on your property.

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Seeds, Glorious Seeds!

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With icy cold temperatures and low light levels typical to the winters of the Northeast, one of my preferred activities to help dispel the potential gloom is to fervently peruse the endless collection of seed catalogs constantly filling my mailbox. This pastime always reminds me of the 1968 British musical film ‘Oliver!’ where the emaciated orphan boys march to the dining hall to receive their daily ration of unappetizing gruel while wistfully singing ‘But there’s nothing to stop us from getting a thrill when we all close our eyes and imagine Food, Glorious Food!’ While they sing about ‘Hot sausage and mustard, cold jelly and custard’, I envision the abundance of what can be grown from the seeds of sweet juicy heirloom tomatoes and purple Peruvian fingerling potatoes.

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While I find this time enjoyable, the actual process of selecting crops, seed varieties and quantities can be quite challenging – the sheer number of seed catalogs alone can be overwhelming, and how much and when to place an order to ensure an adequate seed supply poses further challenges. In this posting, I will offer some tips to help make the seed ordering process just as pleasurable as the images of ‘Seeds, Glorious Seeds’ seen in your fruitful imaginations.

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Reflections During the Hunter Full Moon

With October’s shorter autumn days, the passing of the Hunter Full Moon and the glorious abundance of harvested root crops and cool-weather loving vegetables still in the ground both out-of-doors and under the protection of low and high tunnels, it is also a time to take pause and appreciate the recent frenetic pace of human energy and plant growth of the past summer season. For many, numerous goals for the season were accomplished – new crop varieties tried and tested, crop rotations and succession plantings deemed successful despite needing a complicated visual map to stay on schedule, season-extension techniques used effectively to protect tender crops, discovering a streamlined record keeping system, and forging new markets and relationships for increased sales.

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A ‘Joyful’ Four-Season Farming Event in Black Forest, Colorado

Last weekend I had the pleasure of presenting on four-season farming techniques as the ‘Featured Farmer’ at A Joyful Noise Farm in Black Forest, Colorado, which is owned and operated by the lovely and motivated husband and wife team, Craig and Kellie McHugh. This was their second year of organizing the successful ‘Follow the Farmer’ event as a celebration of sustainable farming techniques for friends and community members to attend and enjoy. Last year, they hosted Joel Salatin of Polyface Farms as the ‘Featured Farmer’ and he spoke about sustainable livestock farming and other topics where he has garnered considerable fame and recognition.

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High Tunnels – To Move or Not to Move?

Exploring the benefits of movable high tunnels: Movable high tunnels have become the new buzz word in four-season small-scale agriculture these days but are they really worth all the hype? The simplest answer depends on your needs as a farmer or a home gardener. In my personal experience, movable tunnels have the benefits of improved four-season growing as well as the potential to enhance customer relationship marketing. Let’s first get acquainted with movable high tunnel basics and explore the main advantages and possible disadvantages of a movable tunnel.