Goat love! Harley noticed that Mocha is warming up to the idea of being a big sister.
Wild Flower walk by Alan Emond, amazing knowledge about tracking and all things wild.
Community members join together regularly to take care of the common greenhouse. During the week interested folks each have a day to water. We’re already getting greens for salads. Last week Lynn and Judy cleared an area where the greens had given us all of their delicious leaves. This area is now being prepared for… [Read More]
Photo by Harley Kíra. It is hard to believe, but our buck Little Bear has launched his career. Little Bear (real name Papa Ratzi!) joined our farm in June 2017 when he was just 8 weeks old and oh so very cute! We started calling him Little Bear because he was a little butterball that… [Read More]
October here in Western Mass is when the temperatures drop and the air is crisp suggesting the possibility of snow, unpredictable when it will strike like the whims of a precocious toddler. All of a sudden we feel an urgency to get the winter tents that provide sheltered exercise space for our goats up. We… [Read More]
Kaylee captured this monarch butterfly on Monique
Charles made a homemade sour cherry pie for Katywil potluck with cherries from his tree. It was delicious and disappeared in a flash!
Thanks, Kyle, for sending this photo of the heritage pigs. Glad you got to visit them, they are such a joy! Our mission is raising happy pigs, and it looks like we’re pretty successful. They get whey and milk from the goats, who get spent grain from Stoneman Brewery, and the Katywil community gives them… [Read More]
This was first published in January 2013. We’ve doubled in size since our first master plan charrette, now it’s time to revisit again in 2016. Andrew Rebelo (far left) led the continued discussion. Renewing the Vision
Liam’s Renewing the Vision Katywil presentation from 2012