Do It Again: March 30

I heard it’s going to be 67 degrees and sunny next Wednesday, and I really will need to sell some cilantro, greens, and fava beans. So let’s try again for the Urban Farmstand, 4pm-7pm. There won’t be tours, but I’ll bring the goats around for people to admire, and I’ll open up the new, gorgeous chicken coop for people to explore.

To recap:

When: Wednesday, March 30, 4-7pm

Where: 665 28th street (park on MLK or ride your bike)

Why: Sun.

See y’all there!

P.S. I’ll tell you the police story in private–big brother is watching…

P.P.S. Let me know if you want to bring some produce to sell.

5 responses to “Do It Again: March 30

  1. I am on the other side of the bay . Will see if I can take the day off. Loved your book, blog and what you are doing for so long, I just have to come and see how you do this!

  2. OMG! Really enjoyed you today at the Hayward Library! Looking forward to coming to your farmstead this coming Wednesday.

    Monica & Richard

  3. Still have about a foot of snow over my little urban farm… but my kitchen table is full of seedlings and so is my frig top! I’m still reading gardening books and looking longingly for the first signs of Spring!

    You glow girl!


  4. I would love to come…if I can make it, will you sign my book? (Oh gosh, I’m such a groupie!)


  5. Novella, I loved your book and it truly inspired me to start Farming my small plot! Anyways I will be staying with a friend in Oakland from Sunday April 3rd until Tuesday the 5th and am making it a point to stop by the Ghost Town Farm even if it is only to see it from the sidewalk. I would love to buy some produce from the farm to cook that same day so please let us all if you will be having a farm stand! Thanks again for such a great read and pure backyard inspiration!


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