Shaved Rhubarb and Radish Salad

A little hesitant to try rhubarb without drowning it in sugar? You will be pleasantly surprised at how good it is! This salad seems a perfect balance of sweet, sour and a little bit of spice. Ingredients: • 2 tsp apple cider vinegar • 2 tsp honey • 1 Tbsp plus 1 tsp olive oil…

Chicken Harvest 2019

Our first chicken harvest of 2019 was a hit! We are excited this year to offer our chickens in shrink bags which makes them last longer in the freezer, look uniform and was a ton easier to package! Our average of 5.3lbs a bird is also perfect for roasting.

Spring Sunrise

I had to share this amazing spring morning lighting! The sun streaming through the new leaves almost looked like fall colors! Glorious morning to be alive!

New Greenhouse Plastic

6 years has flown by! Our oldest greenhouse plastic is now due for a change. A group of community members joined us to replace the plastic on a calm evening this month. The greenhouse which was also leaning significantly, was straightened up. With new plastic and a square greenhouse…boy won’t those tomatoes taste better!? 😉

Meet Rio!

A companion for Meadow and new farm dog Rio has joined us. Rio arrives from Puerto Rico and is 3 months old. He will be a great farm dog. He has a mellow temperament and will hopefully learn much from Meadow. It is thanks to Meadow that the crops have remained deer-free, a trait that…

Snow and Thunder

While snow in May isn’t too uncommon in VT it always seems to catch us by surprise. Waking up to a winter wonderland this past week was surreal. No plants or seedlings were harmed by the cold weather, in fact snow after the ground has thawed is very beneficial since it contains amounts of nitrogen….

Spring Volunteers

A group of students from Truthville Christian Academy in Grandville, NY visited the farm and helped out tremendously this month! We planted over 600ft of potatoes, manured and weeded several hundred feet of beds and spread chips on the paths in both greenhouses and strawberry beds! They were an awesome help! Thanks everyone!

Planting Helpers

A number of people of busy planting an transplanting on the farm! Here are a few of the hands hard at work!

Apple Raspberry Oat Crumble

Apples and Raspberries make a wonderful combination! Enjoy fall’s best flavors! Topping Ingredients: • 1 cup oat flour • 1 cup packed light or dark brown sugar • 1/2 cup cold unsalted butter • 1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats • 1/2 cup sliced or slivered almonds • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon • 1/4 teaspoon salt…

Acorn Squash Fondue

This recipe calls for roasting the squash, but I have also tried it in the crock pot (pictured) which works. Just cook on high for 3 hours. Ingredients • 2 Acorn Squash (cut in half crosswise, seeds removed) • 2 tablespoons Butter • 2 Leeks (white and light green parts, finely chopped) • 1/4 cup…

Morning Camp 2018

This summer a week-long morning camp for pre-schoolers was held at the Abundance Acres Pavilion. The kids enjoyed stories, arts and crafts, songs and games in the field. Despite the rain showers fun was had by all. Enjoy these pictures as a recap of the time!