Activities 2015

The farm is open by appointment 508-645-3304 admission is $5/person or $10/family. Veterans free. On a budget? We barter! Reserve your time for a completely personalized farm experience.

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We are selling hardy organically raised seedlings in front of the farmstand. It’s self serve on the honor system so stop by anytime – new plants are going out every day as they are ready.

There are heirloom tomatos, peppers, and eggplants, hardened off and ready to plant; a real bargain for $5 each.

We also have some assorted organic vegetables, including pickling cucumbers… indigo and other dye plants…herbs and flowers, and some perennials too.

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plant some local traditions in your garden!

Abenaki Calais Flint corn

The work of generations went into the agricultural system called the 3 Sisters garden. Synergy between the staple crops, corn for structure, beans for connection, and squash for cover, allows each to be more productive in the presence of the other two.

True Cranberry bean

It is beautiful and instructive to watch the 3 Sisters growing together, and we invite you to try a hill of tasty tradition this season!

Howden field pumpkin

Our ability to save and trade seeds is threatened and needs protection.

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welcome back! along with the people and the birds, plant friends return to delight us now… all these have edible and/or medicinal parts: what a gift.

comfrey

elecampane

evening primrose

motherwort

mountain mint

mullien

nettles

sweet cicely

violets

dandelion

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