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Cynthia DuVal
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What do you do for your farms when the weather is bad?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sam Mauldin Jan 5, 2010. 13 Replies

I'm at loose ends now that the weather is so bad here in Washington. It's dark and soggy and what my mom used to call nasty weather. I'm trying to like it but I miss the summer smells of the fields…Continue

Farm Art Show

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cynthia DuVal Oct 6, 2009. 4 Replies

Hello Farmers for the Future. Are you or your friends or family making art inspired by farming? If so why not show it to everyone in the network here in this discussion? If there are enough of us…Continue

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"We're enjoying lovely summer days in Northern Washington. Local raspberry & blueberry farms are harvesting & potatoes are coming on strong."
Aug 6, 2011
Cynthia DuVal commented on Cynthia DuVal's blog post Seattle area residents enjoy nature and learn about sustainable farming at 21 Acres
"Hi Cory, I know it is really great. I've not heard about Lewis Road; I'll check it out. THANKS!"
Jun 24, 2010
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Seattle area residents enjoy nature and learn about sustainable farming at 21 Acres

One of two community gardens at the 21 Acres sustainable farm siteJune 7, 2010, Woodinville, WAPhoto by Cynthia DuVal21 Acres is a sustainable farm, garden, education and community food center inWoodinville, Washington. It is 21 acres of fine farm land that featurescommunity gardens, a teaching farm and a green buildingdesign and construction project that will eventually house a certifiedcommunity kitchen, a retail store, the Woodinville Farmers’s Market andan indoor learning center. 21 Acres…See More
Jun 11, 2010
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Happy Spring and Happy Gardening and Farming One and All

Thank goodness that spring is here. Its so easy to feel happy in the spring when the weather turns and we can get out into our spring gardens and start planting. This year I vow to do better than last year. You may recall I had some problems with yield :-(. I know my kitchen garden plot at home much better now that I gardened it one season and have learned that my soil is high in Nitrogen so I have to deal wth that for the low nitrogen loving vegies. I've also learned the importance of soil…See More
Apr 1, 2010
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Ra in our kitchen garden

Ra always comes with us to the garden.
Apr 1, 2010
Cynthia DuVal replied to Michael's discussion Bob Barker Donates $2.5 million to PETA
"Clue me in will you? What's so bad about PETA?"
Mar 11, 2010
Mashooq odhano left a comment for Cynthia DuVal
"Thanks Cynthia DuVal. We are safe in Pakistan with our family. Whole Pakistan is not danger but a few people are not want peace in country. But all are peaceful. Terrorist are in end corner border of country. You are watching on media that Pakistan…"
Feb 10, 2010
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Feb 6, 2010

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Seattle area residents enjoy nature and learn about sustainable farming at 21 Acres

Posted on June 11, 2010 at 9:57am 1 Comment

One of two community gardens at the 21 Acres sustainable farm site

June 7, 2010, Woodinville, WA

Photo by Cynthia DuVal




21 Acres is a sustainable farm, garden, education and community food center in Woodinville, Washington. It is 21 acres of fine farm land that features

community gardens, a teaching farm and a green building

design and construction project that will eventually house a… Continue

Happy Spring and Happy Gardening and Farming One and All

Posted on April 1, 2010 at 1:36pm 0 Comments



Thank goodness that spring is here. Its so easy to feel happy in the spring when the weather turns and we can get out into our spring gardens and start planting. This year I vow to do better than last year. You may recall I had some problems with yield :-(. I know my kitchen garden plot at home much better now that I gardened it one season and have learned that my soil is high in Nitrogen so I have to deal wth that for the low nitrogen loving vegies. I've also learned the importance of… Continue

Garden Clean-up Day in Washington

Posted on October 31, 2009 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

It's Halloween and it's garden clean up day. I love Saturdays. This is the one day that I save for taking care of my home and garden. I don't actually "work" on Saturdays. We have a light drizzle here in Enumclaw today and its warm. It's nice and I'm just in from cleaning up my garden. Tomato plants and Shasta Daisies are out and composting. Sunflowers are cut for the chickens and I'm making a dent in that pile of junk that I pulled out of the shed when we made the stall for Abby.



A… Continue

Small Tomatillo and Tomato Crop This Year

Posted on October 21, 2009 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Well, it was my first year to grow tomatillos. I had three plants develop out of the 60 I was hoping for. Prolonged rains this Spring didn't help and as I've mentioned before, the dirt at my new home needed amending (so I learned.) My Tomatillo plants produced 5 cups of chopped fruit, some of the darn things no bigger than a quarter. They were really good though. Last night I made these jars of salsa and a pot of fresh tomato soup from my tiny (but delicious) tomato crop (same… Continue

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At 7:05am on February 10, 2010, Mashooq odhano said…
Thanks Cynthia DuVal.
We are safe in Pakistan with our family. Whole Pakistan is not danger but a few people are not want peace in country. But all are peaceful.
Terrorist are in end corner border of country. You are watching on media that Pakistan is danger country in the world but we are living here. We know that what is happening here. We are happy here. Government is taking action against terrorist. Thus Government has been successful. Now it is end of terrorist.Mashooq
At 1:06pm on February 5, 2010, Mashooq odhano said…
hi friend Cynthia DuVal,i saw ur pic on ur page.which type of Tractor> u are ride on it.
At 9:36pm on October 12, 2009, Michael Lewis said…
I hear ya on creating ag apps for mobile devices. I have thought the same thing...hopefully this winter I can get some free time to work on it.
At 8:15pm on October 2, 2009, Michael said…
Nice tractor, so how are things in WA?
 
 
 

 

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