When our hands aren't in dough, they are generally in soil (at least during the North Country growing season).
We keep intensive annual gardens of greens, herbs, allium & any vegetable suited to garnishing a pizza.
We grow black, pink & red currants, blueberries & black raspberries.
We also maintain a 40 tree orchard with 5 varieties of pears, 3 varieties of plums & sour cherries.
While the orchard is still young, the trees are just beginning to fruit and will become quite productive in years to come.
Someday, we hope to find a way to retail pastries composed from all that we grow.
Click on the images below for a taste of our landscape.
with volunteer chervil & verbena boneriensis
After a decade of devotion, our trees are beginning to become fruitful.
the lambs grazed the orchard and around the solar array- keeping grass down, fertilizing the land and providing us with protein for the winter
newest berry plantation (blueberry, black raspberry & elderberry); grazing lambs; distant orchard
We dug up the sod around the bakery to sow tons of wild flowers for the bees