We use sustainable agricultural and revitalized farm community practices to take a forward-thinking approach to global warming and the reduction of fossil fuels. Our goal is to produce as much of our own food as possible while being kind to the earth and using a minimum of non-renewable resources. We are committed to building a strong local food system; crucial to feeding ourselves and the community.
We are eager to share insights with others who are exploring their own sustainability options. We offer farming workshops and Cooking Classes.
Farmer's Kitchen Cooking Classes
Interested in learning how to make your own maple cream or granulated maple sugar? Margaret offers classes and demonstrations for groups or individuals. Please call or email for pricing and scheduling. Read more.
Coming up May 18th, 2013Wild Edible Plant Walk and Luncheon with Margaret Osha and Stevie Van Zandt from Vermont Wild Harvest
10:00 am - approx. 2:00 pm.
Cost $45.00 per person
Farm StoreWe offer maple syrup, Maple Cashew Granola and Dark Chocolate Granola Bark, Loving A Dying Way of Life by Stuart Osha, note cards, hand thrown pottery, handcrafted table runners and potholders. Our farm store is open by appointment only.
We start boiling the first run of sap around March 1st. We invite you to come and experience maple sugaring done the old fashioned way with buckets and a wood fired arch and sample our great tasting syrup.Please call ahead to make sure we are sugaring! 802-431-3028