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Wild Food Walk and Lunch 2016

Last Saturday members of the farm Community Supported Agriculture Scheme enjoyed beautiful sunshine for our now traditional annual Wild Food walk and Lunch. Wild food is a great way to help survive, and thrive in, the hungry gap of April/May. … Continue reading

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Veg share box second week of April

Another Hungry Gap veg share box to be proud of! Well done to everyone on The Oak Tree who has worked so hard to make this happen ๐Ÿ™‚ – 1 lettuce – 200g spinach -250g sprouting brocolli – 250g leeks … Continue reading

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This week’s veg share box – not bad for the Hungry Gap!

In the veg share boxes this week: 100g Salad leaves 300g Leeks 200g Sprouting brocolli 150g Radishes OR a Lettuce 250g Spinach 250g Stir Fry mix Not bad considering we are in the traditional Hungry Gap of April/May!

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The Oak Tree Hungry Gap: How to survive and thrive!

With apologies to the lovely author of Surviving and Thriving on the Land, Rebecca Laugton for pinching the phrase from her book’s title, here is The Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm Members’ guide to surviving and thriving through the hungry … Continue reading

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Very first signs of the Spring!

Yesterday was a beautiful sunny Winter’s day! After the horrible combination of wind, rain and cold the previous Wednesday it was incredibly welcome, and there were some magical signs of the Spring too! Under our cloches in a polytunnels we … Continue reading

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