I'll be ordering organic seeds for Emmanuel Community Farm this week -- Kind of fun but work at the same time because I want to get the best of Tomatoes, Zucchini, Cucumbers, etc., etc., etc. Then I'll set up the light bench downstairs, check the planting schedule, fill the trays with seed starting mix (I'm not going to use jiffy pots this year), and generally gear up. I hope the new little poly house works out. And I've already got a hundred things other than these on my Farm to-do list!
The Southfield Parks and Garden Club is responsible for starting and directing the Emmanuel Community Farm and other worthy projects for the provision of relief to the poor, the distressed, or the underprivileged, and to improve living conditions in the City of Southfield, MI., and surrounding communities.
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