Prior to 2011, almost 120 acres were used for crops and irrigated pasture.  After 2011, nearly 100 was enrolled into the Wetland Reserve Program. The best crop land was preserved for agricultural production.  Approximately 18 acres were fallowed for three years and transformed to becoming certified for organic production.  In 2015, the 18 acres produced organically certified sweet corn.  The next year the land produced organic bush beans. 

Since then, 18 acres have been used for production of organic crops.   The remaining 5 acres are used for irrigated pasture. 

 
 2015, rototilling ground in preparation for planting organic sweet corn.

2015, rototilling ground in preparation for planting organic sweet corn.

 2015, harvesting certified organic sweet corn.

2015, harvesting certified organic sweet corn.

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 2018, plowing for new crop.

2018, plowing for new crop.

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