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Cider Orchard

Over half our acres grow  cider apples for fermentation. With large cider orchards planted in the 90’s on another former dairy farm on Black Hill in Plainfield, NH, we’re the biggest grower of cider apples in the U.S.  (That will change — growers in other regions are finally planting for cider. Their apples will taste different from ours: true regional cider character will eventually re-emerge from American … Read More Cider Orchard

Vineyard

When wine is alive and free from overreaching modern influence, the wine will whisper in nature’s perfect logic and design. We search the world for the finest natural, sustainable, and biodynamic wines. The family farms and artisans that handcraft our wines are deeply committed to these farming and winemaking practices. You can taste it in every soulful wine we collect. The authentic wines we … Read More Vineyard

Herbal Tincture Workshop

Herbal tinctures (alcohol extracts) are a convenient and efficient way to prepare, formulate, and administer botanical medicines. Tincture making is both an art and a science, with a wide variety of techniques involved in the process. Come join us as we explore many of these methods while using a number of different TCM plants and fungi. Topics to be covered include: fresh plant tincturing, … Read More Herbal Tincture Workshop

Permaculture Certification Course

The Permaculture Design Certificate course is a seventy-two hour (minimum) training experience. Students who complete the full curriculum earn the internationally recognized Permaculture Design Certificate. It provides a deepintroduction to permaculture design as set forth by the movement’s co-founder Bill Mollison.

Charcuterie

Charcuterie (shahr-cute-uh-ree) is a French word for smoked, dry-cured or cooked meats. This category includes favorites like bacon, ham, pâté, and sausages. More unusual items like terrines, rillettes, galantines and duck confit are also considered charcuterie. These ready-to-eat foods make for easy entertaining, cocktail hour bites, and even convenient snacking.

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Community Yoga

By teaching community yoga classes, we get to spend time with people who may not have crossed our paths or even tried yoga otherwise. The time together in these spaces, heart to heart, is a profound experience for both yoga teachers and their students. By teaching community yoga classes, we get to spend time with people who may not have crossed our paths or … Read More Community Yoga

Wilderness Skills Camp

Track a fox, navigate by the stars, breathe fire to life, and make tools from only natural materials. Students at WilderSkills develop a strong connection to outdoor spaces and the ability to meet basic living needs wherever they are through hands-on exposure primitive living technologies and nature awareness practices. Learning these skills prepares students for a lifetime of rich outdoor experiences.

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Harvest Festival

This is the time of year when all the crops have been harvested. Harvest Festival isa celebration of the food grown on the land. … We celebrate this day by singing, praying and decorating our churches with baskets of fruit and food in a festivalknown as ‘Harvest Festival‘, usually during the month of September.

Spring Equinox

  The spring equinox is one of the four great solar festivals of the year. Day and night are equal, poised and balanced, but about to tip over on the side of light. The spring equinox is sacred to dawn, youth, the morning star and the east. The Saxon goddess, Eostre (from whose name we get the direction East and the holiday Easter) is … Read More Spring Equinox

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Farm Stand

Our stand offers a range of fruits and vegetables and has been voted best sweet corn and best produce in the Racine Journal Times Best of Racine. The stand specializes in sweet corn and melons. We also offer numerous other products, such as waterrmelons, tomatoes, peppers, onions, cabbage, broccoli, eggplant and more.