The gentle glide into cooler temperatures has been a welcomed gift. We are actively harvesting our fall plantings of rutabagas, turnips, kohlrabi, and watermelon radishes. One last succession of kale, collards, beets, and chard has been planted to get us through November. Everyday we get closer to the Solstice we loose a little bit of light. You can tell this by the slow growth of our plants in the field and you can feel it in our bones as our work days get shorter. Most of our fields are in production or have cover crop nourishing our soil after it has given us beautiful crops during the summer. We harvested our last tomato this week and will soon clear our high tunnel of fresh ginger. The frost should be coming any day now so we made sure to pick all of the peppers that are ripe. One focus this year was to grow and store a large amount of root vegetables. So far the cooler is still full!