Loren!

Loren White, a student at Denison University, is one of our summer 2013 interns.  If you click here, you can read about the experience that he had here this past summer.  Thank you, Loren, for the good energy, good company and good  vibes!

Emily Gets Her hands Dirty!

Emily Erickson, a student at UC Davis, will be here with us from January to March 2013. In this picture, she’s mixing up a clay mixture to rebuild our outdoor, wood-fired clay oven. We are having a great time with Emily, getting a lot accomplished and enjoying her enthusiasm, energy and good ideas.  Emily has…

Partners of the Americas Farmer to Farmer Blog Features Our Project

Here’s what they had to say (and if you’d like to visit their actual blog page, click here): Cultivating Change: Farmer to Farmer Blog Promoting economic growth, agricultural development and volunteer service in the Americas.  Top-Bar Beekeeping 101: Sustainable Beekeeping in St. Mary, Jamaica Example of a top-bar hive. Today marks the beginning of Tom Hebert’s…

Tom Hebert, Our Top Bar Trainer, Shares All on Bee Source Forum

Tom Hebert, our top bar bee keeping trainer, has been sharing information about our activities here on the Bee Source forum.  Tom has a talent that I envy – he is a wonderful teacher who knows how to present information in a clear, organized way.  Here is the link to the page with his forum…

Internships for 2012

We are announcing several internship opportunities that are available in 2012.  These internships support important ongoing projects in top bar beekeeping, shiitake and oyster mushroom cultivation, and research in natural pest protection.  We do non-certified organic farming and are committed to sustainability in all of our endeavors.  Without the energy, new ideas and time that interns give, these…

A Little Inspiration from the Far North

Here we are, in Vermont, in the frozen Northeast Kingdom.  The boys and Kwao are enjoying snowboarding and sledding, and I am actually enjoying having more computer time.  Winter in Vermont is cold, yes – right now, the temperature is 18 degrees F.  But this season is also cozy – you get to snuggle by…

Welcome!

Welcome to our farm’s website.  We have so many interesting things planned for 2012 and are very excited by the potential of our new projects.  We hope you enjoy our site and visit us again for updates in the months ahead!