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May 2018 Farmer Notes

May 2018 Farmer Notes

  Most all of the Methow’s spring birds have returned, so far as I know. It isn’t hard to know when the house wrens return! This year they arrived the first of May, and have been the voice I wake to most every morning now. Truth to tell, there are far worse things to wake… Continued

May 2018 News and Announcements

May 2018 News and Announcements

May is always a busy month for us at Bluebird, but we have been loving the beautiful wildflowers and steady soil moisture in our fields. Our thoughts go out to those who have been adversely affected by the recent flooding in eastern Okanogan County. Thank you to all who work hard to keep our communities… Continued

Warm Einkorn & Lentil Salad with Spring Herbs and Lemon Yogurt Dressing

Warm Einkorn & Lentil Salad with Spring Herbs and Lemon Yogurt Dressing

Created for Bluebird Grain Farms by Acacia Zambrana, MPH RD Greek yogurt, fresh herbs, and einkorn make this a simultaneously refreshing and hearty salad! Ingredients: 1 Cup Bluebird Grain Farms Einka & French Lentil blend ¾ Cup whole plain Greek yogurt ¼ Cup mayonnaise 1 Teaspoon fresh grated or finely chopped ginger 1 Teaspoon fresh… Continued

April 2018 Farmer Notes

April 2018 Farmer Notes

April – ever the month of change. On the coat-tails of the wettest spring in years last year, this April is proving to be even more so. Living in what is still classified as a semi-desert climate, as we are here in the Methow, abundant water is always exciting. This spring is proving to be… Continued

Customer Profile: Grampy Pat's (Almost Famous) Sourdough

Customer Profile: Grampy Pat’s (Almost Famous) Sourdough

by Ashley Lodato Bluebird Grain Farms staff writer They say some things are so addictive you can get hooked on your very first try. Patrick Jeannette (aka “Grampy Pat”) had this experience the first time he sampled a true Alaskan sourdough bread, and he’s had nary a sourdough-free day since. Growing up in the Los… Continued

March 2018 Farmer Notes

March 2018 Farmer Notes

Writing this on the first “official” morning of Spring 2018. The thermometer reads 26 FH on the back porch at dawn and already I hear restless geese down along the river as the night-time owls grow quiet. A week ago we had a solid rain during the dark hours and the very next day as… Continued

March 2018 News and Announcements

March 2018 News and Announcements

It’s now “officially” spring and we are excited to get to work on field preparation and planting! The snow is melting out quickly, but fortunately the soil is soaking it right up (we should have good soil moisture for seeding in a few months). It is still too wet to work in the fields so… Continued

February 2018 Farmer Notes

February 2018 Farmer Notes

Mother Nature has surprised us once again, switching gears just when she looked to be leaning toward an earlier spring. During the first week of this month a true Chinook wind blew through our valley for most of a full week, the snow sunk as temperatures soared and it sure seemed winter had lost its… Continued

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