Farm News November 2020

Farm News November 2020

November has largely been a wonderful month here on the farm. The warm days and cool nights have bolstered our fall plantings and filled our cold storage to the brim with delectable organic veggies. In all the beauty of Autumn, there has been, however, one dark spot...
Farm News October 2020

Farm News October 2020

We’ve turned the corner into fall, and we can smell the chill of winter riding on the wind. Our cover crops, which are grown primarily to help benefit the soil, are sown, and much of the gardens are getting a well-deserved break after a good, long season of...
Creating Wonder

Creating Wonder

I’ll never forget the afternoon in 2016 when I drove by the historic farmhouse that is now our award-winning Wardensville Garden Market and Bakery. Walls were coming down, the roof was partially off, and there was a giant hole in the floor. It was tough to visualize...
5th Annual Earth Day on the Farm

5th Annual Earth Day on the Farm

Keeping an interest in healing our land isn’t always easy to do, especially when it comes to getting youth involved. So, what better way to get young people interested in restoring native species’ habitat than a good, old fashioned, down on the farm, tree planting?...