After a week of unseasonably cool weather, the July 4th holiday weekend was happily hot. This triggered a swarm response in my bees. Three swarms left the hives. We captured 2 of the swarms, but had to let the 3rd swarm fly off because I had nowhere to put them. We were all working outside
Dear Friends ~ It’s been a cool and rainy week. Not much fun for vacationers. And not much can get done at the farm. But our current interns, Doug Coleman and Charlie Ryan, have kept busy oiling tipi poles in the sheep shed. The sheep are out on pasture. They don’t mind the rain. There
We sheared our sheep on April 23rd this year. Deb Caryl has been shearing all her life.
The New York Times reports on the new trend in summer internships: Organic Farms! Erin Axelrod, who graduated from Barnard College last week with an urban studies degree, will not be fighting over the bathroom with her five roommates on the Upper West Side this summer. Instead she will be living in a tent, using
Women’s Days of Wholeness Wednesdays at Three Roods Farm Join with other women of all ages on beautiful rural pasture and wooded land. Experience walking meditation, circle sharing, and bringing up the creative force within. Enjoy a lunch of wild green drink and farm salad. Wild Women in the Woods with Deanne Bednar Wednesdays: June