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Posted 4/29/2012 10:55am by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own handmade herbal soaps, garlic from 2011, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints. Our asparagus has slowed/stopped due to cool rain and low night temperatures, thus  we will not  have asparagus for sale this weekend. We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $140.00 per cord. We also have large chunk wood for large furnaces or for people to split their own for $110.00 per cord.

Posted 4/28/2012 1:08pm by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own handmade herbal soaps, garlic from 2011, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints. Our asparagus has slowed/stopped due to cool rain and low night temperatures, thus it will be another week before we have asparagus to sell. We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $130.00 per cord. We also have large chunk wood for large furnaces or for people to split their own for $110.00 per cord.

Posted 4/26/2012 8:12am by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own handmade herbal soaps, garlic from 2011, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints. Our asparagus has slowed/stopped due to cool rain and low night temperatures, thus it will be another week before we have asparagus to sell. We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $140.00 per cord. 

Posted 4/21/2012 6:59pm by Randy Warren.

     The question on most people’s mind is have we sold the farm yet. Although we have had a lot of interest, we have not yet had an offer. Thus we continue to farm with an eye toward the eventual sale.

     We will begin our 2012 season with hours on Saturdays and possibly other times when Randy is working near the farmstand. We will be open for soap, maple syrup and garlic. We will also have available a selection of Scott Young’s nature prints. We will begin having a section of the shop devoted to items from our rock and shell collection. This collection has been mostly unseen and unused for 22 years since Dorothy Warren passed away. Dot (Randy’s mom) was an avid collector.  We expect to begin our fresh picked asparagus season on Saturday April 28. Our next crops will be sugar snap peas and lettuce in early June. We will have very few strawberries this year as with Randy being the sole worker we have had to pare down the workload. The crops we expect to grow this year are tomatoes, sweet corn, cucumbers, summer squash, zucchini, raspberries, sugar snap peas, asparagus, rhubarb, swiss chard, lettuce and Christmas Trees.

     We have increased our production of firewood and are looking for new customers. We have been cutting areas to change the habitat to early successional to promote birds and small animals that rely on this type of habitat. When we cut wood, we cut and split 16”, and stack it here by the house to insure full measure and easy access. We do not deliver, customers need to pick it up here. Our current price is $140.00 per cord. The firewood is all hardwood, mostly oak and maple.  Customers come, look at the wood, and if agreeable they then pay for the wood. Once it is theirs they can pick it up at their convenience, within a reasonable timeframe. We have many happy customers, and they come back each year. With our increased production, we need to increase our sales.

     We are enjoying the wonderful working weather. We hope you are enjoying it too. 

Posted 4/21/2012 1:28pm by Randy Warren.

  We will have available, our own handmade herbal soaps,  maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, garli, and the first of our fresh picked asparagus for 2012. We would like to remind people that we cut firewood, and for those looking to stock up for next winter, we have 16", cut & split, stacked to insure full cord(128 cu ft) available for $140.00 per cord. We do not deliver, you would need to pick it up. Most of the firewood we cut is in the areas we are converting to early successional habitat, so not only does the wood warm you in winter, it provides us with the income to improve the habitat for many species.  

     Dorothy Warren (Dot), Randy's mom who passed away in 1989 was an avid sea shell,  rock, and mineral collector. The collection has gone mostly unseen since 1989 and we are beginning to bring the collection to the farmstand. We are making a display of sea shells, rocks , and minerals for sale. 

     Scott Young has his nature prints available at the farmstand. If you have not yet seen them in person, we suggest you do. 

Posted 4/21/2012 8:19am by Randy Warren.

We have decided to open this coming Saturday for those waiting to purchase soap and/or maple syrup. We will thus be beginning our 2012 season. We will also have garlic from 2011. We expect to begin our fresh picked asparagus season possibly as soon as 4/28. We will also have a selection of Scott Young's nature prints. We continue to cut and sell firewood. We get $140.00 per cord, cut 16', split, and stacked here at the farm. We do not deliver. We look forward to 'catching up' with our customers. 


Dorothy Warren (Dot), Randy's mom who passed away in 1989 was an avid sea shell,  rock, and mineral collector. The collection has gone mostly unseen since 1989 and we are beginning to bring the collection to the farmstand. We are making a display of sea shells, rocks , and minerals for sale. 

Posted 4/19/2012 5:39pm by Randy Warren.

We have decided to open this coming Saturday for those waiting to purchase soap and/or maple syrup. We will thus be beginning our 2012 season. We will also have garlic from 2011. We expect to begin our fresh picked asparagus season possibly as soon as 4/28. We will also have a selection of Scott Young's nature prints. We continue to cut and sell firewood. We get $140.00 per cord, cut 16', split, and stacked here at the farm. We do not deliver. We look forward to 'catching up' with our customers. 

Posted 4/17/2012 3:23pm by Randy Warren.

Our irrigation system comes in handy with weather like this. We hope it does not turn to a wet pattern, but a little rainfall would be good. Asparagus is breakong ground and will start in a week or so. Planting sugar snap peas , corn, lettuce and swiss chard. We still are cutting firewood to produce income. 

Posted 3/16/2012 9:12am by Randy Warren.

We have begun plowing ground and will begin planting sugar snap peas, christmas trees and possibly sweet corn soon. Tomato plants are started and growing in the hoop house. We are continuing to cut firewood and work on the early successional wildlife area. Our plethora of birds are active and herald spring weather. Garlic is up and about to break through the mulch cover. Its a great time of year. We are open by appointment for garlic, handmade herbal soap and maple syrup.

Posted 2/1/2012 10:18am by Randy Warren.

The winter has been excellent for outside work. Cutting firewood has been the predominant work. During February we will be starting to create additional wildlife openings. Our past work on wildlife habitat has been very successful and we hope this work will lead to more diversity and volumn of wildlife. We continue to be open by appointment for handmade herbal soap, maple syrup, garlic, and Scott Young's nature prints. We will be starting our first tomato plants for 2012 soon.

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