Monthly Archives: November 2017

Jang Seeder Giveaway Winner!

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We have a winner in the giveaway for the Jang JP1 Clean Seeder from Johnny’s Selected Seeds! A total of 333 people participated in the Jang Seeder Giveaway, but in the end only 1 could win. Daniel “Pierce” Epes of Water Valley, Mississippi was drawn randomly by Rafflecopter, and he responded promptly to my email to confirm. Pierce grows approximately… Read more »

FSA Farm Loan Update: Complete Application!

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It’s been 54 days today since I dropped off the bulk of my FSA farm loan application with the Somerset County branch of the USDA’s Farm Service Agency. Surprisingly enough, things continue to progress in the direction of ownership of the Swinging Bridge Farm for Runamuk. The Story So Far: Making an Offer Negotiations Hesitation Over the Swinging Bridge Farm… Read more »

Winter Growing Challenge!

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Announcing Runamuk’s Winter Growing Challenge 2017! The further I travel along this road toward an increasingly sustainable lifestyle, the more I learn about food and good health. I want to provide my family with healthy fare so they can reach their full potential─that was the reason I started gardening in the first place. I’ve learned to feed my children from… Read more »

Holiday Gift Baskets from Runamuk

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runamuk raw honey

Brighten someone’s day with a gift basket from Runamuk Acres! With raw honey, beeswax soaps and wildcrafted herbal salves, our baskets are unique and useful even beyond the holiday season. Healthful and practical, all natural and bee-friendly, just about anyone would be happy to be blessed with such a gift. It’s a great way to show someone you care. I… Read more »

Know Your Persephone Days

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persephone days

There were 9.5 hours of daylight yesterday. Here in Maine the Persephone Days have begun. If Halloween festivities and the celebration of Samhain weren’t enough to indicate the turning of the Wheel of the Year, day light savings really drives the message home. Darkness descends upon the landscape right now at 4:30 in the afternoon, cutting the days dramatically short,… Read more »