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HOBY Youth Group Harvesting Black Raspberries in Food Forest II

Swallowtail Butterfly on Zinnea Flowers

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Spring 2019 Antioch Apothecary Class Plants Sheep Apothecary Garden

Photo courtesy of Kat Christen

Cabbage & Bean Harvest

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Tomato & Onion Harvest 

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Kale Harvest

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

The Compost Bins

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Students Gather at Beehive in Farm 101: Sustainable Apiculture

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

The Three Sisters Bed

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Green Bell Pepper in Hoop House

Photo courtesy of  Emma Metty

Baby Tomatoes in Hoop House 

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Young Lettuce in Hoop House 

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Cloudy Sky Above the Annual Garden

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Volunteers Plant Three Sisters Bed with Kat Christen

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Rainbow Chard

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

The Ducks, Fall 2018

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Hens in their Coop, Fall 2018

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Goose in Motion

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Student Watering Inside Hoop House November 2018

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Pottery Post Signs by Yellow Springs Local and Antioch Alumni Evelyn LaMers

Photo courtesy of Kat Christen

Student Harvesting Tomatoes Inside of the Hoop House

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

The Beginning of the Potato Harvest Summer 2019

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Black Raspberry Harvest in July 2019

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Swallowtail Visiting Zinnea Flower

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Green Cabbage

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Sunflowers Summer 2019

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Purple Cabbage

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Sunrise at the Hoop House

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Inside the Hoop House Fall 2018

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Misty Dawn at the Hoop House 

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

The Ducks 

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Hens in the Coop Loft

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Hens Foraging

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

The Onion Rows

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Garlic Harvest

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

The Garlic Rows

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Purple Majesty Potato from Summer Harvest

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Monarch Caterpillar on Milkweed in the Safe Passage Garden

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

2019 Chicks in Their Coop at Sunset

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

The Solar Sheep Come Say Hello!

Student Farm Staff Provide Daily Care for Our Sheep

Antioch Lambs Grazing Under Solar Panels

Chickens, Geese, and Ducks on a Crisp Winter Morning

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Preparing for Spring Planting

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

The Geese and their ‘Pond’

Photo courtesy of James Luckett

Red Salad Tomato in Hoop House

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Monarch Caterpillar on Milkweed in the Safe Passage Garden

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Green Bell Pepper in Hoop House

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Fall 2018 Philosophy Class Helps Out Hoeing Beds

Antioch Farm Apprentices Harvest Food to Send to Local Food Bank During Summer Break

Students in an Art Class Gather to Draw and Help Shear Sheep to Make Paint Brushes

Student Worker Tilling New Beds

Goose Egg from Morning Collection Spring 2019

Students in Ecological Agriculture Prepare for Soil Test

Underneath the Farm Shelter During a Morning Harvest

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Rows Inside the Annual Garden in August

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

First Winter Squash Harvest of Summer

Photo courtesy of Emma Metty

Antioch Farm Video Gallery

Kat Christen, Farm Manager, shows off our local pollinators along with the new post signs created by alumni volunteer Evelyn LaMers ’69. These post pottery signs now label 75 of the food forest plants, like this Echinacea.

Farm Manager Kat Christen takes us into the solar array to meet and talk about the Solar Sheep!

Take a tour of the Antioch Farm in July with Farm Manager, Kat Christen!

Kat Christen, Farm Manager, introduces us to the three sisters bed, an ongoing project between Antioch History classes and the farm using indigenous planting methods of coupling corn, beans, and squash.