For NCPR’s Spring Fundraiser we are asking everyone to tell us how they “Dig Deeper.” Here are two of the ways:
"I dig deeper to find my musical roots." Gretchen, Potsdam, NY.
"I dig deeper for my inner creativity through quilting." Melanie Kimbler, Ogdensburg, NY
If you can dig a little deeper, too, we’d appreciate your support. For NCPR’s Spring Fundraiser we are asking everyone to tell us how they “Dig Deeper.” Here are two of the ways:
"I dig deeper to find my musical roots." Gretchen, Potsdam, NY.
"I dig deeper for my inner creativity through quilting." Melanie Kimbler, Ogdensburg, NY
If you can dig a little deeper, too, we’d appreciate your support.

For NCPR’s Spring Fundraiser we are asking everyone to tell us how they “Dig Deeper.” Here are two of the ways:

  • "I dig deeper to find my musical roots." Gretchen, Potsdam, NY.
  • "I dig deeper for my inner creativity through quilting." Melanie Kimbler, Ogdensburg, NY

If you can dig a little deeper, too, we’d appreciate your support.

For NCPR’s Spring Fundraiser we are asking everyone to tell us how they “Dig Deeper.” Here are some of the ways:
"I dig deeper to heal my children." Sarah, Milford, MA
We dig deeper to stay strong. Stephanie, Gouverneur, NY
"I dig deeper for my animals." Ellen, DeKalb Junction, with Beauregard.
Digging deeper into the corn maze at Rulf’s Orchard in Peru, NY with Truman and Bud Randa.
"I dig deeper for my little brother." Claire, Ogdensburg, NY
"I dig deeper to keep tradition alive." Everett Smith, Canton, NY
If you can dig a little deeper, too, we’d appreciate your support. For NCPR’s Spring Fundraiser we are asking everyone to tell us how they “Dig Deeper.” Here are some of the ways:
"I dig deeper to heal my children." Sarah, Milford, MA
We dig deeper to stay strong. Stephanie, Gouverneur, NY
"I dig deeper for my animals." Ellen, DeKalb Junction, with Beauregard.
Digging deeper into the corn maze at Rulf’s Orchard in Peru, NY with Truman and Bud Randa.
"I dig deeper for my little brother." Claire, Ogdensburg, NY
"I dig deeper to keep tradition alive." Everett Smith, Canton, NY
If you can dig a little deeper, too, we’d appreciate your support. For NCPR’s Spring Fundraiser we are asking everyone to tell us how they “Dig Deeper.” Here are some of the ways:
"I dig deeper to heal my children." Sarah, Milford, MA
We dig deeper to stay strong. Stephanie, Gouverneur, NY
"I dig deeper for my animals." Ellen, DeKalb Junction, with Beauregard.
Digging deeper into the corn maze at Rulf’s Orchard in Peru, NY with Truman and Bud Randa.
"I dig deeper for my little brother." Claire, Ogdensburg, NY
"I dig deeper to keep tradition alive." Everett Smith, Canton, NY
If you can dig a little deeper, too, we’d appreciate your support. For NCPR’s Spring Fundraiser we are asking everyone to tell us how they “Dig Deeper.” Here are some of the ways:
"I dig deeper to heal my children." Sarah, Milford, MA
We dig deeper to stay strong. Stephanie, Gouverneur, NY
"I dig deeper for my animals." Ellen, DeKalb Junction, with Beauregard.
Digging deeper into the corn maze at Rulf’s Orchard in Peru, NY with Truman and Bud Randa.
"I dig deeper for my little brother." Claire, Ogdensburg, NY
"I dig deeper to keep tradition alive." Everett Smith, Canton, NY
If you can dig a little deeper, too, we’d appreciate your support. For NCPR’s Spring Fundraiser we are asking everyone to tell us how they “Dig Deeper.” Here are some of the ways:
"I dig deeper to heal my children." Sarah, Milford, MA
We dig deeper to stay strong. Stephanie, Gouverneur, NY
"I dig deeper for my animals." Ellen, DeKalb Junction, with Beauregard.
Digging deeper into the corn maze at Rulf’s Orchard in Peru, NY with Truman and Bud Randa.
"I dig deeper for my little brother." Claire, Ogdensburg, NY
"I dig deeper to keep tradition alive." Everett Smith, Canton, NY
If you can dig a little deeper, too, we’d appreciate your support. For NCPR’s Spring Fundraiser we are asking everyone to tell us how they “Dig Deeper.” Here are some of the ways:
"I dig deeper to heal my children." Sarah, Milford, MA
We dig deeper to stay strong. Stephanie, Gouverneur, NY
"I dig deeper for my animals." Ellen, DeKalb Junction, with Beauregard.
Digging deeper into the corn maze at Rulf’s Orchard in Peru, NY with Truman and Bud Randa.
"I dig deeper for my little brother." Claire, Ogdensburg, NY
"I dig deeper to keep tradition alive." Everett Smith, Canton, NY
If you can dig a little deeper, too, we’d appreciate your support.

For NCPR’s Spring Fundraiser we are asking everyone to tell us how they “Dig Deeper.” Here are some of the ways:

  1. "I dig deeper to heal my children." Sarah, Milford, MA
  2. We dig deeper to stay strong. Stephanie, Gouverneur, NY
  3. "I dig deeper for my animals." Ellen, DeKalb Junction, with Beauregard.
  4. Digging deeper into the corn maze at Rulf’s Orchard in Peru, NY with Truman and Bud Randa.
  5. "I dig deeper for my little brother." Claire, Ogdensburg, NY
  6. "I dig deeper to keep tradition alive." Everett Smith, Canton, NY

If you can dig a little deeper, too, we’d appreciate your support.

yearonthefarm:

March 26 2014

This is me (Megan) next to our “high tunnel” frame, which will house tomatoes later this year.  To get an idea of how deep the snow is, the water spigot to my left, near my feet, is about 3 feet off the ground.  I’ll post another photo from this angle once the snow has melted (June???) so we can see the difference.

yearonthefarm:

The 2nd installment of our Year on the Farm takes us inside Dan and Megan Kent’s greenhouse, where it appears things will stay until perhaps May, thanks to this year’s persistent winter.

Press play to hear how the Kents cope with the adversity that Mother Nature inevitably brings.

"We had no running water, no electricity, and we would have to walk, like, almost a mile just to get to the camp after school." You must check out this excellent story about a homeless teenage girl in Parishville and how her school helped her family find a place to live. http://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/news/story/24446/20140327/sixteen-and-homeless-in-parishville-woods

"We had no running water, no electricity, and we would have to walk, like, almost a mile just to get to the camp after school." You must check out this excellent story about a homeless teenage girl in Parishville and how her school helped her family find a place to live. http://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/news/story/24446/20140327/sixteen-and-homeless-in-parishville-woods

yearonthefarm:

Kent shallots going into tonight’s dinner.

David Sommerstein is following the Kent farm throughout the year in this audio series/Tumblr blog.

"Are you lonely too? High five."

Angel Olsen

Pedaljets, lookin and soundin super 80s.

Real Estate played for a packed house last night at 96 Rainey.

Just caught up with Mikaela Davis and her band. We talked for a long time about how they’ve come a long way - from North Country jamming sessions to SXSW official showcases.

Hey, stay tuned!

-ZDH

Sometimes the coolest SXSW performances are the unofficial, spontaneous ones.

This is Winchester Holiday from Fort Collins, CO. Weirdly, we have a lot of mutual pals.

The Austin Convention Center was waaay too tame of a venue for Troker of Guadalajara, Mexico. 

Check em out! http://en.troker.com.mx The Austin Convention Center was waaay too tame of a venue for Troker of Guadalajara, Mexico. 

Check em out! http://en.troker.com.mx

The Austin Convention Center was waaay too tame of a venue for Troker of Guadalajara, Mexico.

Check em out! http://en.troker.com.mx

Posted: Amish hipster.

I’m interested to know what this means/looks like, and how offensive it is.

NYC’s Spirit Animal, “customized for you,” on a rooftop.