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My son and I had a great experience at The Clayton Farm! The little farm is an organic wonder. We bought some of their super rich manure for our own garden this year. But we also came away with all kinds of beautiful starts for unusual varietals like Japanese Giant Red Mustard (so sweet and tangy we eat it raw) , Egyptian Walking Onion, and a woody kale that looks like a little tree but sprouts delicious sweet kale leaves. The atmosphere alone is worth a visit. Rabbits and chickens and bees all feed off the garden, creating a great sense of the spiral of life. -- Oh, and we learned about Mason bees and how to build our own house of Mason bees to nest it. 

— Noah Carraher

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