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Growing Something Bigger

It’s been a busy few weeks on the farm. In the fields and pastures we’ve been wrapping up the season and transitioning to winter and while the number of moving pieces is decreasing, each one is becoming more challenging. At the same time we’ve had a lot of other things going on; the first indoor […]

Learning butchering with Cole Ward

Making the Farm Whole

The farm has been a buzz the past week, not only because it is mid-May and there are plants and animals that want new spaces to grow. We had a weekend packed full of on-farm experiences, providing hands-on (or mouths) activities to engage with and support our farm. This farm aims to create a purposeful blend […]

Canadian visitors

Working Together

Northfield’s Farmers’ Market reopened Tuesday and the green was vibrant with close to twenty vendors who now form a caring community after collaborating to form the winter market. Floating Bridge Food and Farm members met to plan our summer events and our “specialty crop block grant” application. Here at the farm new teammates gather (we’ll […]

moving the goats

Support All the Way Round

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a more common phrase  – the idea that by making a commitment to a farm for a season or year community members are sharing the risk and supporting local agriculture.  It seems that ASC, Agriculture Supporting Communities, also happens. At last week’s Taco Night and Scrag Mountain Music concert, several people expressed […]

farm appreciation note

Getting Inspired to Cook

This week we had the joy of hosting Lee Duberman as she launched her winter cooking classes, this year being held in our  new farmhouse. WOW!  It was such a treat for the senses to watch her lead folks through making filled pasta from scratch then moving on to gnocchi and wild mushroom risotto.  It […]

Feasting on Pasta, Gnocchi and Risotto