What's New on the Farm
Winter has come and brought the long awaited rain. The river is running strong and healthy but has stayed within it's banks. The grass is green, green, green and the few eggs that are starting to come in are a fine stand in for the sunshine. It is our quiet time to rest and plan for the new year. When it is not too wet we move into the orchard and garden to begin the work that will bring us this year's bounty.
Our Stay and Cook weekends and midweek dinners are filling nicely and planning of weddings and gatherings is under way. You might notice that we haven't opened our calendar beyond May as yet. As soon as we have most of our groups in place we will open the summer and fall dates and those of you who would like to "Just Stay" between our "Stay and Cook" dates will be able to book. If you would like to bring a group, please send us an email and we will see where we can fit you in.
We will be continuing our Farm Feasts this summer and fall and will include those dates when we open the calendar by the end of February. They are festive occasions with a nice mix of locals and out of towners and a perfect way to show off our farm and its bounty.
We are very happy with our newish reservation system through our website. It seems to be more efficient for everyone and has freed up time to be out and about on the farm doing what we do best. We still love to hear from you, so feel free to call or email with any questions you may have.
Our Farm Stand continues to be open daily and we love to see so many familiar faces coming and going. Winter is a lovely time to visit and do a little hibernating, with spring just around the corner we will soon be busy as bees.
The Apple Farmers