We’re still pinching ourselves when we look at the size of the onions and garlic.
Join us at Stowe Farm for a Harvest Party on Sunday, September 4! Come visit our hillside, check out the view, and share in the bountiful harvest at Stowe Farm Community. 3pm (potluck at 5) Potluck dinner and games in front of the Greenhouse. Bring your extra harvest for a vegetable swap! Stoneman Brewery 10-4pm Arrive early… [Read More]
Our sweet hens are slowing down, but have provided us with several years of beautiful and delicious eggs. We started incubating eggs today for a future flock.
Many hands are working on the gardens this year. We’re reaping the benefits and are grateful that so much is thriving in spite of the drought.
Whether we pop in for 10 minutes or stay for an hour and a half, chilling on Friday afternoons is always a great way to start the weekend and catch up with everyone.
Many hands working in the community garden.
The Stowe Farm Pig Club is thrilled with this year’s pigs. They are spunky and so sweet. The watering system works well, especially using the spring that Katie discovered. They seem quite happy here now. Although the first night they got spooked and ran deep into the woods. It took a while to find them,… [Read More]
Here are some birds and bees from Mason’s nature photography collection, Stormbringer Photography From his Facebook: Surprise! The Baltimore Orioles are back! I quickly realized it was stealing sap/insects attracted to sap from the Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers! The sapsuckers repeatedly fly over to the oriole to try and shoo it away, though each time the oriole… [Read More]
How sweet it is to hear Ezra Rudel’s Coltrane in Colrain in the Cold Rain coming from the Stowe Farm greenhouse. What a gift! You can hear more on his Instagram site, ezrudelmusic.
From a beautiful book, Together by Vivek Murthy.