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The growing season for 2017 has ended. We look forward to a new season in early 2018. In the meantime, you can check out how previous months looked using the form below. And don't forget to visit the Outdoor and Garden section of The Shop at Monticello!
Employment Opportunities at Monticello – View and Apply Here Please note that we have recently transitioned to a new application system. If you applied for a position with us between June 26-July 29, 2017 we may not have received your application. If you wish to inquire on the status of your...
'Tennis Ball' Lettuce growing in Monticello's Vegetable Garden
After inspecting the shops on Mulberry Row, Jefferson might have toured his gardens and farms. The vegetable and fruit gardens lay just south of Mulberry Row and were surrounded by a ten-foot high wooden (or "paling") fence. Designed to keep deer and other foragers out, the boards were placed "so...
Back to Twinleaf Journal Online » Their three-year journey led Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, and the Corps of Discovery through the central prairies, high plains, the arid Rockies, windswept deserts, and seasonally moist, temperate West Coast regions of North America. The diverse climatic and...

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