Fayetteville Men’s March Against Violence

On Oct 28th, will you join with others in our community to stand against Domestic Violence? Connect on Facebook at Facebook.com/FayettevilleMensMarch

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Fall Harvest Begins!

We are excited to share that this week we begin to harvest the first of our fall crops.  It’s been a tough year, but this Fall has been a gift from above.  We are expecting a full and bountiful crop for the next month.  For that we are truly thankful. Weather permitting, we should be able to harvest until the first week in November.  However, if the weather changes, we will keep you updated on the end of year at the Cobblestone Project Farm and what that means for you. It’s a beautiful time to be at The Farm, so we hope you and your family will have a chance to visit...

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Rain, Mud & Community (The Farm Weekly Update)

With the temperatures in the the 70′s and 80′s the past two weeks, we can officially say Fall is here. We hope you and your family are in enjoying this weather as much as we are. With the cool nights, we are getting excited for our Fall Harvest Party in late October. The Farm is beginning to come back to life, and the produce is looking great. The broccoli, cabbage, radishes, spinach, and bak choy is coming in nicely, and in just a few short weeks will begin harvesting. A few weeks ago, we were able to give away our entire harvest for the week to our Hunger Relief Efforts....

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Fall Planting Full Speed Ahead (The Farm Weekly Update)

We are officially in Fall Planting mode and so far the weather is cooperative very nicely.  Temperatures have been much lower and that allows the delicate fall plants to take root without too much stress. It’s truly hard to believe that we are thinking about fall, but with local schools back in session we know that this rhythm of life is continuing to move us forward.  There is a lot of work to be done at The Farm, and we are truly grateful for all of the people in the community who have helped out along the way.  We know we will have a thank you list a mile long once this season...

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The Farm Weekly Update…drought conditions!

No surprise, but it’s HOT outside. We haven’t had any significant rain in the past month, and it’s beginning to take it’s toll on The Farm. Unfortunately, the 10 day outlook doesn’t show much hope for rain either. We have been irrigating non-stop, but it’s been hard (& really expensive) to keep up with the water demands of the crops. However, we are working hard to care for the crops in the ground and this past week we harvested almost 870 pounds of the freshest food in Northwest Arkansas to include: 584 lbs of Yukon Gold Potatoes, 99 lbs of Red...

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