Food & Music at the Watershed Divide – July 18th

pond-cattailsThe Friends of Winooski River and the Northfield Conservation Commission invite you to come out to Green Mountain Girls farm Thurs, July 18th 3:30-7:30 for Food, Music, demonstrations and tours.  Two Rain Barrels will be raffled to attendees.  Schedule includes:

Living on the Watershed Divide 3:45-4:45 
Mountain stream walk and stories led by Kati Osgood, literary ecologist who has explored these streams for more than 50 years! Walk will circle back to barnyard and end with an overview of farming at the top of the watershed, supporting well functioning natural systems.


Open Farm Stand and Farm Picnic 4:00 to 7:00 
On-farm store offers pasture-raised, sustainably managed pork, chicken, and goat meat, vegetables, eggs and raw goat milk for sale. Farm-fresh picnic & drinks available for purchase a la carte including Pasture Raised Chicken Salad, Gazpacho, Pesto, and Herbal Sun Tea!

ColinMusic by Colin McCaffrey 4:30 to 6:30 
Colin is an award-winning Vermont songwriterand record producer who sings classic swing, blues, country, bluegrass and folk songs.

Rain Barrels and Runoff 5:00 to 5:45
Learn how to build your own rain barrel, evaluate your property for runoff problems and simple practices that will protect your local streams and your propertypiglet-on-spring-bishops-weed

Life on the Farm 6:00 to 6:30
An up close look at gardens, pasture raised pigs, goats and poultry, who neighbor wetlands and mountain streams, including meeting the baby chicks!