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Eat, Stay and Be Part of the Farm Experience

Alaina Pinto from Local 22/Local 44 broadcasted live from the farm on March 27th while experiencing a bit of life on the farm. You can also find the pieces on the local Fox/ABC station!         Here are six of the segments she did that share some the farm experiences people can book […]

Spring and Agritourism coming to the Farm

While fellow farmers and folks from Rural Vermont testified at the State House regarding modifications to the Raw Milk bill, we completed mandated heard health tests for TB and brucellosis. The goat kids are thriving, learning to eat hay and browse and tanking up on milk, as evidenced by aggressive growth rates and adorable milk […]

On the Move

Usually it is just our livestock that is on the move, from one spot to another.  Well and the farmers on the move all day from field to field, task to task.   But this week, a bit more of the farm will be on the move as we pack up farm fresh treats and […]

Vermont Life features Lattes on the Hoof

   In the Summer edition of Vermont Life, our on farm experience of Lattes on the Hoof is featured, right next to Heady Topper.  Taste sensations for all.       Green Mountain Girls, a farm in Northfield, may lay claim to the most direct farm-to-mouth culinary experience – Melissa Passanen writes in Vermont Life […]

Pick a Picnic!

Do you remember a favorite picnic? Was it a date? Or with elders? On your way someplace or a destination in itself? Outdoor concerts have done their part to make sure picnics don’t become a lost art. But let’s face it, some of the same tugs and pushes of modern life that trend us away […]

Sharing the Farm Experience

This week, an Associated Press reporter captured well our small farm’s effort at not only producing sustainable, high quality food, but also providing related hands-on farm experiences, as both a way to offer people a deeper understanding of how their food can be raised and as a way to make a small farm viable. Her […]


This past week the farm had guests, lots of them, from many parts of the world.  Old friends, new folks, former staff, family and friends of friends.  It may have been the most diverse guest ensemble we have yet had, covering California, Canada, France, Vermont and even Norway from just under 2 to just over 95. […]