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Unity Farm Journal - First Week of October

The drought has taken its toll on the Fall color, with leaves going from green to brown then dropping off the trees. The mornings are crisp - in the 50’s and the afternoons barely reach 70. The shadows are long and the hoop house loses sunlight at 3pm. The lettuces and spinaches are thriving in the early fall weather and the furry animals relish the cooler climate.Each week is filled with harvest work and the effort to move Unity Farm Sanctuary forward.
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