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Home School Day is May 22

Home School Day is May 22, 2017 Come out and join us on Monday, May 22nd for Home School Day. It’s a great opportunity to see old friends and meet new ones. Here’s some specifics: Berry picking is open all … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day on the Farm

Happy Mother’s Day! We have everything you need for Mom! Hanging baskets. planters, and gift baskets. Belvidere Syrup Company was out today sampling some real maple syrup from Vermont. It’s delicious! They will be back on the farm for Home … Continue reading

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Strawberries are Early

Strawberries Remember this picture from the last newsletter? About 2 1/2 weeks ago. This one is from about 5 days ago. This is today! I didn’t take the camera to the field. You will just have to trust me. There … Continue reading

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Asparagus is here!

We have started cutting asparagus! We are here today and tomorrow 10am – 4pm, so stop by and get some for dinner. The Market Opens Thursday! The market officially opens Thursday, April 20th, and we should have lots of other … Continue reading

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April means Asparagus. But not quite yet…

After a winter filled with cabin fever, school work, and a warm wood stove, the arrival of April means we better finish up those “winter projects” that we were putting off and start getting ready for spring and summer. One … Continue reading

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Another season nears the end…

Wow. This whirlwind of a season has just two weeks left. Can you believe it? Remember how cold and wet it was in April and May? Seems like a lifetime ago. OK, enough about old times. Here is what is … Continue reading

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Peach Festival tomorrow

It’s time!! The great Sudlersville Peach Festival is tomorrow, August 6th, 1-5pm. Today, we will be baking in the kitchen, mowing and weed whacking in the yard, scrubbing the floors, gathering peaches, setting up tents and moonbounces, and priming the … Continue reading

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