Anna Laura Reeve tosses black bean shells into the compost pile after stomping on them to remove the beans at Care of the Earth Community Farm Sept. 7, 2017. The farm is a family owned, organic vegetable farm with 30 acres and 95 CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) members.

Anna Laura Reeve tosses black bean shells into the compost pile after stomping on them to remove the beans at Care of the Earth Community Farm Sept. 7, 2017. The farm is a family owned, organic vegetable farm with 30 acres and 95 CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) members.

 A pepper plant during spring planting May 10, 2018.

A pepper plant during spring planting May 10, 2018.

 Co-owner Lalo Lazaro washes arugula Oct. 10, 2017.

Co-owner Lalo Lazaro washes arugula Oct. 10, 2017.

 Spring radishes floating, waiting to be washed May 17, 2018.

Spring radishes floating, waiting to be washed May 17, 2018.

 Anna Laura Reeve plants a field of several winter squash varieties; San Jose x Waltham, Thai Kang Kob, Ayote, Chinese Tropical, Virginia Select butternut, Tahitian, Greek Sweet Red. One of their goals at Care of the Earth is to find varieties that will be able to survive hot, dry climates as our planet’s temperatures rise due to global warming.

Anna Laura Reeve plants a field of several winter squash varieties; San Jose x Waltham, Thai Kang Kob, Ayote, Chinese Tropical, Virginia Select butternut, Tahitian, Greek Sweet Red. One of their goals at Care of the Earth is to find varieties that will be able to survive hot, dry climates as our planet’s temperatures rise due to global warming.

 Anna Laura Reeve prepares for the first big planting session of the season March 15, 2018.

Anna Laura Reeve prepares for the first big planting session of the season March 15, 2018.

 A chicken snacks on an old watermelon Aug. 2, 2018. It is important to Megan and Lalo that their farm be an ecosystem that helps sustain itself. They grow the vegetables and fruits in the dirt that is fertilized by the chickens, who then get to enjoy the benefits of the land that they help to sustain.

A chicken snacks on an old watermelon Aug. 2, 2018. It is important to Megan and Lalo that their farm be an ecosystem that helps sustain itself. They grow the vegetables and fruits in the dirt that is fertilized by the chickens, who then get to enjoy the benefits of the land that they help to sustain.

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 Anna Laura Reeve tosses black bean shells into the compost pile after stomping on them to remove the beans at Care of the Earth Community Farm Sept. 7, 2017. The farm is a family owned, organic vegetable farm with 30 acres and 95 CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) members.
 A pepper plant during spring planting May 10, 2018.
 Co-owner Lalo Lazaro washes arugula Oct. 10, 2017.
 Spring radishes floating, waiting to be washed May 17, 2018.
 Anna Laura Reeve plants a field of several winter squash varieties; San Jose x Waltham, Thai Kang Kob, Ayote, Chinese Tropical, Virginia Select butternut, Tahitian, Greek Sweet Red. One of their goals at Care of the Earth is to find varieties that will be able to survive hot, dry climates as our planet’s temperatures rise due to global warming.
 Anna Laura Reeve prepares for the first big planting session of the season March 15, 2018.
 A chicken snacks on an old watermelon Aug. 2, 2018. It is important to Megan and Lalo that their farm be an ecosystem that helps sustain itself. They grow the vegetables and fruits in the dirt that is fertilized by the chickens, who then get to enjoy the benefits of the land that they help to sustain.
JTezak_LaloharvestingMagenta085}_web.jpg
Lettuce_Nov_COTE_2_web.jpg
Megan_Lalo_makingboxes_Oct_web.jpg
MeganShayShay_web.jpg
Garlic_web.jpg
Lalo_Chickens_Sept_917_web.jpg

Anna Laura Reeve tosses black bean shells into the compost pile after stomping on them to remove the beans at Care of the Earth Community Farm Sept. 7, 2017. The farm is a family owned, organic vegetable farm with 30 acres and 95 CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) members.

A pepper plant during spring planting May 10, 2018.

Co-owner Lalo Lazaro washes arugula Oct. 10, 2017.

Spring radishes floating, waiting to be washed May 17, 2018.

Anna Laura Reeve plants a field of several winter squash varieties; San Jose x Waltham, Thai Kang Kob, Ayote, Chinese Tropical, Virginia Select butternut, Tahitian, Greek Sweet Red. One of their goals at Care of the Earth is to find varieties that will be able to survive hot, dry climates as our planet’s temperatures rise due to global warming.

Anna Laura Reeve prepares for the first big planting session of the season March 15, 2018.

A chicken snacks on an old watermelon Aug. 2, 2018. It is important to Megan and Lalo that their farm be an ecosystem that helps sustain itself. They grow the vegetables and fruits in the dirt that is fertilized by the chickens, who then get to enjoy the benefits of the land that they help to sustain.

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