Category Archives: nutrient cycling

Salt Marsh Hay update

This post is an update on the original Salt Marsh Hay post.  We are excited for four main reasons. 1) Salt marsh hay is a way to harvest nutrients from the ocean and recycle them through livestock and manure back … Continue reading

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Salt Marsh Hay

Salt marsh hay grows along the Cogmagun River’s edge bordering the farm.  This is a tidal river connected to the Bay of Fundy.  About 20 times per year, high tides flood the entire salt marsh, and a nice layer of … Continue reading

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