And here we are, burning

The winter is a lovely time to cross country ski along the farm roads.

The Canada Woodlilly is prevalent in our fields. Come for a walk in early July to see them in bloom!



In May we monitor our fields for the sawfly.

The european scythe is one of our favorite tools that we use on the farm.

A recent implementation of our ongoing pollinator habitat project. Here you see a "virginia rose", planted along our stone row, with a mason bee nest box on the stake, and an artificial bumble bee nest site - the upside-down terra cotta planter

Here is a viburnum trilobum, moosewood, another important native pollinator plant and behind it a cozy bumble bee future-dwelling.

We aren't the only berry lovers here!

Some of the berries in our fields are naturally magenta in color when they are ripe. Other naturally occurring varieties may be black, purple, whitish-red, or bluish-silver.