Monthly Archives: September 2015

What is native?

Our bacon and eggs breakfast comes to us thanks to “invasive species.” Pigs, cows, chickens, honeybees, wheat, and apples (Johnny Appleseed was a wholesale purveyor of invasive species) all came from somewhere else and displaced natives. The problem with invasives … Continue reading

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Cheap gas at Loves

We drove down to the farms, as I mentioned in an earlier post. I always stop at the Loves station at exit 104 on I95. Gas prices south of the Rappahannock are much lower than in Northern Virginia.  

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September 2015 Forest Visit Brunswick County

We went down to the farms to plant clover on the new cut over, especially on near the trails, where there is more bare dirt. I was surprised how much had grown up by itself since the land was cut … Continue reading

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Forest visits September 2015

We went down to the farms to plant clover on the new cut over, especially on near the trails, where there is more bare dirt. I was surprised how much had grown up by itself since the land was cut … Continue reading

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