All Year - (In season now)
Days: Call in advance
What's here: (Click for recipes) Yarns, Knitting Supplies, Dye Plants
We are a small working farm raising show quality chickens, registered Shetland sheep, gourmet garlic and a variety of plants and herbs, including plants for natural dying. We do blacksmith and spinning demonstrations, farm tours and offer a number of other activities. We offer classes and workshops for beginners and advanced individuals in spinning, blacksmithing, felting, dyeing and Sheep and Goats 101. Classes are both regularly schedule and by request. Our gift shop has a variety of felting and spinning supplies, books and handmade items. We do a variety of local events and craft fairs.
Last modified: Tue Feb 2 2016
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