Famous Radishes and Catching Up

The snow has melted and we are flying into spring with lots of seeds to plant and changes underway. If you did not see it already, our farm was featured in a Jewish farmer story in the Washington Post food section.  This was very exciting for lots of reasons. First,...

Weather Drama and Learning About Snow

What better time to start a weather unit than the famous month of March.  We are definitely still in the “in like a lion” phase and there are plenty of teachable moments happening right outside our classroom doors!  And most of our students have enjoyed extra outdoor time on our...

Writing Down Writing Goals

It is resolution season (eye rolls allowed) and most of us have some.  I spent New Years Day cleaning the house and wondering how we got to 2015 without any housecleaning robots. Really, there are smart phones and drones but somehow it is still mostly up to women to get...

New Writing

I published a couple of new articles this month that I want to share here.  One is a piece about my grandfather’s NYC fruit and vegetable store   and the second is on trying to embrace the temporary during sukkot. Maybe you want to click over and read them. Lots of...

Rosh Hashanah and the Bees

Well my tech free summer is over so I hope to return to this blog and I hope some of my readers are still with me. We are harvesting winter squash and fall greens and getting ready to celebrate Rosh Hashanah. I want to share a new piece I have...

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