Farm Discovery Field Trips & Summer Camps for All

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On December 5th 34 first graders from Ann Soldo Elementary visited Farm Discovery. They fed our chickens and goats, learned the nutritional differences between an apple and apple cider, while pressing their own cider; and they practiced identifying foods in various stages of their life cycle in a garden scavenger hunt. At the end of

Warm Dates with Olive Oil, Sea Salt & Lemon Zest

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Dates are something I’ve been a bit obsessed with lately. I’ve been eating them with everything, whether I stuff them with peanut butter as a quick bite or chop them up and add them to wild rice with herbs and almonds, they are so versatile. I use them in baking, cooking, smoothies and snacks.  This

Winter Reflections

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It’s finally starting to feel like spring! We kicked off our spring season last week and we are hoping to leave this very wet winter behind. Although I don’t think we are free from the rains just yet, it’s at least nice to feel some sunshine and heat. It has been quite a winter

Fall on the Farm!

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We have had a busy fall season with plenty of schools coming to enjoy the changing of seasons on the farm. Our homeschool session came once a month from October-January and enjoyed the rainy season we have been having. We crafted items like native wreaths (pictured below), hand salves, apple sauces, and explored curriculum focused