Tomatoes. They’re piling up on the counter, lying out on a table in our straw-bale greenhouse and congregating on our front porch.
If soil had a sister, someone who passionately stood by and fought for its well-being at all times and at all costs, it would be Atina Diffley.
July always brings an expected list of summer highlights: the pile-up of zucchini on the counter, late-night pickling festivities, keeping cool with ice cream and accompanying your kid to a White House state dinner.
The T-shirt says it all: Eat More Kale. Between soaks and hikes at Breitenbush Hot Springs, we kept crossing paths with Chad, a community member on the food-service team who regularly turned out delicious vegetarian meals.