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Summer comes and I find myself completely overwhelmed with everything happening on and off of the farm. We wanted to let everyone know that the Foster, RI Old Home Days is happening this weekend. You should take a ride out to Western, Rhode Island and see how beautiful our town is. Last year we won 3rd place in the pie baking contest with our Very Berry Cherry Pie and this year we are hoping to take 1st place! We thought our gardens were going to suffer this year due to the...

We absolutely love living in Rhode Island. While the state is small, it offers incredible variety. The part of the state we live in, western Rhode Island, is filled with winding rural roads, lovely old houses, and kind, generous neighbors. While Rhode Island's great beaches often get a lot of attention, the wide open spaces and preserved land and scenery of western RI is (in our opinion) one of the most undervalued parts of this state. One of the greatest things about living in such a small state is that,...

blast when we were visited by a reporter from the Valley Breeze. Our incubators have been flipping chicken eggs for the last 2 months, and we will have our first hatch of Ameraucana chicks for sale this weekend. Its the best time of year to hatch since the weather is perfect and you don't need to worry about providing them with heat for months as they grow. This last weekend we did some routine maintenance to our honey bee hive, and in another week or 2 it will be time to add...

The weather has been getting warmer and we've been busy here preparing for summer. It is absolutely our favorite time of the year as pleasant, long days lead into slightly cooler nights, allowing us to work almost non-stop at building our garden and home. It's amazing to reflect on how far we've come in such a short time here. A year ago the space that our garden is in now was barely tilled, we were still waiting for our compost to develop, and we hadn't had the time to start...

There is a perfectly valid reason why every spring I rapidly drop about 15 pounds. It's not just the hard work getting the garden ready for the season. I try to change my eating habits and spend more time eating home-grown, no carbohydrate meals. I am a firm believer that cutting carbs is a guaranteed way to lose weight. While I don't necessarily give up baking my sweets, it's easy to limit the amount I choose to eat. Jon and I have been on a mission to avoid going food shopping so...

I have struggled with a lifelong fear of bees since I was a kid. It was passed down to me by my mother who is even more afraid that I am. I remember when I was young she would run inside screaming every time a bee flew by, and I guess it rubbed off on me. Most everyone who knows me thinks I am nuts for letting Jon talk me into starting this colony of bees, but I truly think it will help me get over my fear. We have...

Spring is in full bloom, and everyone at the farm has been enjoying it. The trees are finally starting to get buds, crocuses and daffodils are starting to perk through the soil, our bees are going to be waking up, and all that snow in hidden away corners is disappearing. It's a great time of year, and everybody seems to be in a better mood because of it. After a long winter of getting by on our preserves and frozen vegetables, we can finally start looking forward to fresh, home-grown...

When I was growing up we used to visit a farm in New Hampshire that was owned by friends of our family. It sat high on top of a beautiful mountain and was sprawled with hundreds of acres and rolling fields for the cows to graze. Hidden away in the woods at the base of the mountain was a small sugar house where thousands of feet of plastic tubing carried fresh sap in from the maple trees that grew down the slope of the mountain. It was then that I...

It's that time again! With the Spring fast approaching we have expanded our herd of goats with these wonderful kids. We have learned so much over the last several years and keeping goats has proven to be extremely rewarding. We found a great dairy farm in Connecticut and last weekend we were able to purchase 4 girls and a little buck that we will use for breeding in the Fall. The little girl in the photo below is a sable, so naturally we named her Mable the Sable. Our little...

Living on our farm has afforded us so many ideas for recycling and saving money. We have had our fair share of power outages from severe wind storms, the worst leaving us without power for 3 days. There are no street lights here in Foster, RI so when we do lose power it feels like we are in the stone age. Bacon is a staple in my daily routine. I could eat it for breakfast, lunch or dinner! Everyone knows that it is bad to dump oil and fat down...