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Spooky Action Ranch Report | Week Twenty-five 2015

It was a beautiful week for flowers in the garden and we were able to put away some awesome tomato soup for winter.

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Spooky Action Ranch Report | Week Twenty 2015

We harvested blackberries, helped rescue a lost dog, and finally made sausages out of Hogzilla, this week.

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Spooky Action Ranch Report | Week Nineteen 2015

Lots of activist work happening off site this week with visits to Austin City Council and the first annual Students for Liberty Texas LGBT Conference.

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Spooky Action Ranch Report | Week Sixteen, 2015

Zoe in the Garden

Planted cow-peas in the vegetable garden, enjoyed our poppies in full bloom, and took my work to an arts festival.

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Spooky Action Ranch Report: Week Fifteen 2015

Spring in the Hill Country This is the height of spring in the Hill Country of Texas.  Everything is in bloom, from fields of bluebonnets to fruit trees.  Even our pecan tree is dangling its pollen clusters.  In the garden,…

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Spooky Action Ranch Report: Week Thirteen 2015

Bed Solarization for Root Knot Nematodes I harvested a second bed of beets this week.  The harvest, weighing in at 15 pounds of beets, was much better than the last, but I did see considerable evidence of root not nematodes. …

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