Okra Observations

Note to self:  Next year, plant okra in alternate beds, so that you don’t have to walk through a jungle of branches to harvest it!

Yes, there is a body attached to that torso, it's just buried in the okra!

Tom was one of the few people who didn’t mind (and perhaps even enjoyed) harvesting okra, a process that makes most people’s skin itchy and irritated.  Tom was an Americorps volunteer with Joshua Group for the summer, who balanced his time at the farm with time running a summer enrichment program for kids ages 4-12.  His last day was Friday, and he’s returned home to Carlisle to prepare for his freshman year at Eastern College, where he plans to advocate for local food and student farms.

Thanks, Tom, for all the okra you harvested (and everything else you did)!

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