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~ Seed Libraries ~

Seed Libraries in Southeastern Massachusetts

Unlock the potential of sustainable living through a free Seed Library at your local library, your ultimate source for organic and traditional seeds and gardening know-how. Grow your own food, support biodiversity, and nurture the planet.

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~ Relish This ~

  • Attn Dairy Farmers: sign up for the new Massachusetts Ice Cream Trail here
  • Farmers, this is for you as well.
  • 15 local nature walks....with SANDWICHES right here.

If asparagus had its own reality show, it would be called “Keeping Up with the Spears.”.🤣

~ Just Published ~

Local Provisions: Shovel Town Brewery

Shovel Town Brewery, located in the historic section of Easton, is a microbrewery dedicated to high-quality lagers and ales. It is housed within the historic Ames Shovel Works, a 19th-century iron shovel-manufacturing complex. Shovel Town opened its doors in 2017 and is going strong into its seventh year.

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Local Provisions: Brewery 44 & Forty Second Brew Company

Born during the COVID pandemic, Brewery 44, is an authentic farmhouse-style brewery. Mike Johnson, the proprietor, indicated that he was "looking for a new opportunity" and "purchased some homebrew equipment."

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Local Provisions: Black Hat Brew Works

Black Hat Brew Works opened its doors in 2015 in the middle of the Scotland Boulevard industrial park in Bridgewater. Paul Mulcahy and his brother Scott first started homebrewing out of a shed in Norton. Time passed, experience was gained, better equipment was purchased, and the rest is history.

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~ This Could Be You! ~

Pictured above is the winning family from the Marshfield Farmers Market April Giveaway. Enter below for a chance to win the May Giveaway of a "basket of goods and discounts" - the winner chooses items they want from the various vendors - see Market Manager for exact details. The winner has to pick up the basket at the market on May 18th between 10 am and 12:30 pm.

Simply click HERE (you'll be taken to our site) and your email will be entered to win

Congratulations to Janet K. for winning the Plimoth Patuxet Museums' passes last week.

~ Asparagus Season ~

To the approximately two-thirds of our readers who do not grow asparagus...we encourage you to give it a try. When the stalks appear in our garden in early May (with no effort on our part), it makes us feel like successful gardeners early on. Planting and growing, it is not as difficult as the rumors imply.

History of local asparagus in Southeastern Massachusetts

One of the first spring perennial vegetables to emerge in your southeastern MA garden, an asparagus bed can produce for up to 50 years!

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~ Adventure Awaits ~

Our E.A.T. Calendar (Events And Timely Tips) is curated for you with seasonal gardening tips, places to visit, and edible events. Bookmark this page and check back regularly.

Join us at Soule Homestead's Sheep Day on Saturday, May 18! We'll have a table and look forward to saying "hi" in person at one of our favorite events.

E.A.T. Calendar

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