Merely a month ago, the world looked a lot different than it does today. Our sugar house was fully engulfed in drifts, our logging crew was trudging through waist deep snow, and spring seemed very very far away. For those of us who love a good old-fashioned New England winter, […]
[wpvideo Q9EhyWcX] We dug this video out of the archives and I immediately wanted to share this with others. This great clip is now over 20 years old and stands as a tribute to the importance of our educational mission that we continue to uphold.
We have seeds pouring in from Johnny’s and Fedco and soil bags stacked high outside of the greenhouse. We are slated to start our onion seeding next week. The warmth of the sugar shack is helping Steph and I wake ourselves up for the farm season. But, oh, there is […]
Still want to eat local this winter? One way is to check out the Wayland Winter Market at Russell’s Garden Center, on Route 20 in Wayland. It happens every Saturday, from 10-2, until March 12th, 2011. While Land’s Sake won’t be there selling our products, lots of other local meat […]
This past October, I received the very excellent news that I had been accepted to participate in a course sponsored by a USDA-NIFA grant. In six northeastern states, the intensive Whole Farm Planning Course is offered to female farmers who have farmed for ten years or less, and who are […]