March 26, 2013
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Erik Jacobs for the Boston Globe
With the help of Sarah Habeck of Middletown, N.J., Andrew Harrington of Barrington, R.I. worked to shear a lamb.
Student farmer Tess Morningstar of Hopkinton bottle-fed a one-week-old baby goat.
Buckets hung from a sugar maple to collect sap for maple syrup at the Farm School.
Student farmers planted cilantro seeds.
In the greenhouse, seeds were already touching dirt and sending up curious green shoots.
Sunbeams began to burst through dusty windows a bit earlier and linger longer, stretching working hours.
Students worked to change the oil in a 1950s McCormik Farmall Cub tractor.
Students dug up and sampled a patch of carrots (right) that overwintered.
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