She took her sweet time (and she is sweet), but our Wellsummer is now laying beautiful eggs. The speckles come off if you wash them, same with the blue eggs. Curious!
When Ed and I moved to Stowe Farm Community we were impressed by the hiking trails that we have direct access to going up into VT through a beautiful section of MA State Forest. There is even a small historic cemetery with slate stones dating back to the revolution. Here we are enjoying some cross… [Read More]
We humans bring our backgrounds and baggage to whatever communities we find ourselves in – whether that’s a workplace, spiritual or activist, or even a book group. This is especially true in co-housing, as our very intention is to build community by interacting more closely with our neighbors than in a traditional neighborhood. We join… [Read More]
Red Lentil Tomato Pilaf, Stowe Farm favorite and delicious recipe, especially the caramelized onions!
Fall is an exciting time of year here at Stowe Farm Community. In mid- Sept before the first frost came, we harvested beets, potatoes and winter squash and stored them in our root cellar. We harvested all the beans, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, cukes, husk cherries, cabbages, and onions that were ripe before frosts and heavy… [Read More]
For those of you who are considering living at Stowe Farm Cohousing Community, come join our work party on Saturday Aug 10 at 9am. We are preparing for the first Stowe Farm wedding! Last week we cleaned up the field. This week we’re making a fire pit, signage, and stairs to the brook bridge. Bring… [Read More]
August Wedding Work Parties More info
After the beautiful rain the yellow house glowed and the double rainbow appeared!