Friday Blogging on Thursday

This is a picture of the 501 Horn Silica that Brandon made at an Educational Farming event hosted by Perennial Roots Farm!  What is 501 Horn Silica?  It is a biodynamic preparation of manure that can be used to make a spray that will fertilize and strengthen our ENTIRE garden!
The Horn Silica must be buried and dug up again in the spring in order for it to develop into usable fertilizer.  We would like to thank the Perennial Roots Farm for hosting this event, the Eastern Shore of Virginia Resource Conservation And Development Council for providing No Limits with scholarship tickets to attend the event, and the Future Harvest Foodshed Field School for providing very interesting educational workshops on the Eastern Shore!
Zel feedin’ the chicks! The chick-ens that is!
David helpin’ out with the hens. Good job David.
Plant Brandon, plant!  Plant that native Purple Passionflower!!
Here it comes DJ!  DJ was excited to eat lemon bars for his birthday (and so were all of the rest of us!  haha).  Happiest of birthdays DJ, and many many more!

***Reminder – No Limits will be closed Friday, November 10th in observance of Veteran’s Day.  We will reopen Monday 11/13 under normal hours of operation.  Thank you.***

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No Limits Eastern Shore is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of survivors of brain injury on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Virginia. In September 2012 we were awarded a contract by the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services to operate the No Limits day program in Onancock, VA.

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