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Digging into a Farm’s History Helps Teach About Soil

Digging into a Farm’s History Helps Teach About Soil

Digging into a Farm’s History Helps Teach About Soil as seen on the USNA’s website at the following link; www.nrcs.usda.gov In the middle of the Broadneck Peninsula in Cape St. Claire sits a part of Maryland history that was neglected until a few years ago. The empty house

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Soil Health Educational Pit

Soil Health Educational Pit

On Saturday, November 23 while many midshipmen both men and ladies cleared the former area of the Goshen Barn and old silo of vines, trees, and trash others began excavation of a Soil Health Educational Pit at Goshen Farm. Picture 4319 – A Soil Health Educational Pit

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Garden Guests

Garden Guests

Enjoying some of this years’ garden guest. A mating pair of mallards, and a five-lined blue tail skink… also spotted and ‘heard’ a hummingbird(s) thanks to the Benner’s feeder. The Garden is looking great so far. See everyone at Goshen! Daniel B. Windell

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Looks like Wild Beavers was working just outside the Sharing Garden

Looks like Wild Beavers was working just outside the Sharing Garden

My best assistant (Becky) has been helping me clear some trees with their attached covering of vines, just outside and to the west of the Sharing Garden. This will eliminate a great deal of late afternoon shade some of the northern plots were experiencing last summer. It

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And the Side Porch Finally is Complete

And the Side Porch Finally is Complete

Hello Fellow Goshen Enthusiasts, With the help of my trusty helper, this fellow finally completed the Goshen Farm House side porch ceiling today. I purchased the wood last week and cut it to the rough sizes, then I stained it last Monday. I returned last Tuesday to

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