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By Jessica Ridgeway|March 19th, 2018|Categories: Looking Forward|Tags: aran, crochet, fair, family, felt, festival, fiber, knit, merino, sheep, sheep to shawl, wool|
When is the last time you wore an itchy sweater? And why did it itch? My grandmother was Irish, and
By Jessica Ridgeway|February 8th, 2018|Categories: Get Involved|
photo credit: Return to Sunday Supper Ever wonder why corn is planted in blocks? Or what that shiny
By Jessica Ridgeway|February 1st, 2018|Categories: Get Involved|Tags: farming in nature, foodfarmsnaturecommunity, native hedgerows, poison oak|
Anyone who has been to the farm knows this sight well. Poison Oak comes in all shapes and sizes, vines,
By Hayley Reitman|February 1st, 2018|Categories: Student Corner|Tags: environmentaleducation, farmeducation, farmtotable, homeschool, kidswhocook, montessouri|
With quieter times on the farm, our homeschool program and Wavecrest Montessori students are the lucky kiddos spending time on
By Hayley Reitman|February 1st, 2018|Categories: Notes from the Field Classroom|Tags: chickens, farming, gophers, kale, organic, sustainable agriculture, winter, womenwhofarm|
Winter season is a great time for us farm folks to maintain, grow, and plan at a slower space. Because
By Administrative Assistant|January 22nd, 2018|Categories: Family Friendly Recipes|Tags: cauliflower, cheese, family friendly, gratin|
This tasty dish is a cauliflower based gratin - it will be a crowd pleaser! Great as a side dish.