Groundworks Farm in Pittsford is picking up and moving to Maryland and they sure could use a helping hand in the (daunting) process!
Here is a message from one of their committed CSA Members:
Hello, fellow supporters of Groundworks Farm!
As you all know, our farmers have purchased land and will be moving to Maryland soon. There is so much work in moving a farm, and some of those jobs are things only Margaret and Kevin can do. However, there are some big jobs which would benefit from a group of willing hands!
On April 7th, I will be coordinating a group of YOU to help pull some plastic out of the defrosted ground to clean up the fields. This is not a hard job, it’s just a big one, and with Kevin getting things ready down in Maryland, it would be really helpful to Margaret if we could spend a few hours and get it DONE! Bring your whole family or a group of friends for whatever amount of time you can between 9am and 4pm (we will take a ½ hour break for lunch at 12:30) and pitch in. We will provide some snacks, just be prepared for dirty work.
The more the merrier–and the quicker the job.
I hope to see you then.
Also, FREE to a good home:
1) Plastic Buckets
2) Tires (good for weighing down tarps on compost piles, building small raised beds and anything else you can imagine)
3) Row cover with some holes in it but still good for frost protection
Contact Margaret if you could use any or all of these things: firstname.lastname@example.org