“What is cooking in your pot?” Yesterday was a natural dye day. The kitchen stove was full of pots in various stages of preparing my dye baths. Some pots sat steaming filling the kitchen with strange odors of cooked plants. Other pots bubbled with plant stems peeking out from under the lids. A friend of mine was here visiting while … Read More

Sheep and Wool Week~Part 1 For one week our farm hosted a sheep and wool week for moms and children ages 7-11. These families became immersed in farm life and the world of fiber! My children, ages 11, 14, and 16 engaged the children while I worked with the moms. Campers arrived at 10:00 in the morning with lunches and … Read More

Sheep and Wool Week ~ Part 2~ Moms While the children worked and played outside the moms and I worked inside or on our covered porch. The moms learned within a week about the many different breeds of sheep and how to get the wool from the sheep to beautifully dyed and hand spun yarn. It was also a time … Read More

First Branch Farm and Fiber Tour Last Saturday, Vermont Grand View Farm opened our doors for the second annual Farm and Fiber Tour. Visitors arrived from all over New England to experience farm life first hand. A few of our visitors were repeat visitors who had come last year and wanted to come again because they had so much fun. … Read More

Handsome Boys for Sale… It amazes me how quickly our lambs grow every year. Yesterday I went into the pasture to try to capture some pictures of the lambs. My boys seemed especially interested in posing for me. I would like for you to meet Custer. He is a pure bred natural colored Romney ram lamb born April of 2008. … Read More

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