Come see the oxen team demonstration, blacksmithing demonstration, wooden toy maker, baby goats, and other traditional crafts including kids’ activities and a cheesemaking workshop. The cheesemaking workshop is part of the Grow Your Own workshop series. Grow Your Own is a project of the Center for an Agricultural Economy, the Hardwick Area Food Pantry and NEK Kids on the Move (Wonder Arts). At the same time take advantage of wonderful fresh farm projects, prepared foods, local live music, and local crafts.
Enjoy a relaxing walk leading one of Agape Hill Farm's friendly llamas on their variety of trails. Pleasurable trails wind their way over country roads and hayfields with mountain views. Walking with llamas is a calming experience that renews one's spirit and relaxes the mind. It is the perfect way to wind down after a busy week or to spend quality time with friends and family.
Llama walks will be hosted at 10:00am and 2:00pm only. Please plan to arrive approximately half an hour prior to the scheduled walk departure time. The cost is $20.00 per person with $5.00 off if you mention Vermont Open Farm Week or Kingdom Farm and Food Days.
A climate emergency is among us. Founded in 1958, Sterling College is the leading voice in higher education for environmental stewardship. We were among the very first colleges in the world to focus exclusively on sustainability. Join our tour to meet the draft animals that power our farm and learn about our sustainable educational mode that prepares students of all ages to address the critical issues associated with climate change.
Apples and cheese go great together—learn how this small family farm incorporates these diverse enterprises. Take a tour of the organic permaculture orchard, then come to the farm store to try different sheep cheeses—both raw milk aged cheeses such as Vermanchego and Wild Mountain Tomme – as well as pasteurized fresh cheeses like Sheep Skyr and Kefiretta. The farm tour will begin at 3 pm and last around an hour, cheese tasting at 4.
Welcome all to join a guided tour of our farm, focusing on the blueberry fields. In addition to explaining a bit about our history and answering your questions as we walk around, we will do free varietal tastings so that you can try your hand at distinguishing between the different berries and decide on your favorite. We will also offer discounted U-pick rates during the Farm event.
We will start one tour event on Saturday the 10th at 4 PM and another on Monday the 12th at 5:30 PM
Join us for an evening pasture walk with the Nottermanns followed by a burger night at Snug Valley Farm & The Frozen Butcher as part of The 5th Annual Vermont Open Farm Week and Kingdom Farm & Food Days in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom!
We'll answer questions about our grazing practices, what regenerative agriculture really means and soil health while visiting with steers, pigs and sheep out on pasture. Afterward, join us at the farmhouse for burgers on the grill and our meat shop will be open for purchases of grass-fed beef and pasture raised pork.
Pasture walk: FREE
Burgers and sides: $10/person
Kids and families welcome!
Come celebrate the bounty and beauty of summer with a spectacular farmhouse feast!
A Georgian feast is a celebration of life and human connection with lavish food, copious wine, poetic toasts, and breathtakingly beautiful song. In the early 2000’s, Cate Hill Orchard farmer-owners Maria and Josh travelled to Caucasus Georgia and had the honor of taking part in this ancient tradition. They will recreate the magic, Vermont style, using their own farm grown veggies, organic fruits and berries, sheep cheese, and grass fed lamb as key ingredients in the meal. The feast will take place in the old farmstead apple orchard, underneath the century old apple trees.
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