Farm Update Sunday February 22
By Nat Wilson
I was told once by a friend that “when it rains, it’s because the earth is thirsty.” I’ve also been told that most winter New England rain comes from mid-latitude cyclones. When standing in the greenhouse, listening to the water pound on the plastic, the former sounds even more hopelessly sappy, while the latter is meaninglessly abstract. Instead, what becomes the most important thing that to me is that the water stays more or less out of my boots.