May, like March, has come in like - well, an ocelot, if not a lion. Our cool temperatures haven’t stopped our work here on the farm, though. With the invaluable help of longtime volunteer Kat Kosmo, we’ve been busying ourselves at gardening, preparing for our summer farm-to-table program, known as HARVEST. Cold-tolerating seeds such as snow peas and cukes went in today, and we have a large number of seedlings, started indoors, ready to go in the ground as soon as we can count on 50-degree or higher temps. We hope that will be soon.