Small, diverse farms offer perspective on universal themes: life cycles, resilience, growth and their corollaries. Make our diverse farm more than a backdrop and soundtrack. Put on your boots, roll up your sleeves and farm! Pick your hands-on, authentic farm experiences, organized so you can learn and participate. Expect serious fun!
Learn how food can be grown sustainably. There is drama and beauty, struggle and success. Come answer your curiosity, hone your skills, advance your quest, be part of one farm’s attempt to grow food more ethically.
Farm experiences can be one-hour or multi-day. Or, for the more adventurous and who want to see it all, be a farmer-in-training and accompany the farmers through a day or two of caring for the animals, harvesting vegetables, and preparing food for market.
WOW! I had no idea what I was in for – the time of my life! I had never collected eggs, or milked a goat, even though I grew up in Vermont. Watching my grandnephew, age 6, catch frogs and scare me with them brought back childhood memories. I have lived away from Vermont since high school. What better place to join family, reminisce, do farm chores, eat and drink wine!! Mari and Laura have created a mystical country getaway. Thanks girls!
– Geri, age 73