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Posted 2/26/2013 9:51am by Randy Warren.

As a real winter continues, we are getting ready for spring. We continue to cut firewood and begin to start  tomato plants. We hope everyone is enjoying natures beauty.

Posted 2/9/2013 4:22pm by Randy Warren.

After a nice February blizzard, we have plowed out. The farm looks wonderful with a fresh coat of white. We are open by appointment only for our handmade soaps.

Posted 1/31/2013 4:29pm by Randy Warren.

After a nice January thaw, we now have frozen, open ground. I will be able to get around the woods easier. We are open by appointment for our handmade soaps. 

Posted 1/24/2013 2:15pm by Randy Warren.

We are open by appointment only for our own handmade soap. We continue working on firewood and wildlife habitat.

For quite a few years, we have not had frozen ground during the winter. Most years this was due to deep snow before cold weather. This lack of frozen ground causes a build up of fungus that causes root rot in berry crops and actually can harm many native plants , native scrubs, and native trees. We are cheering the recent cold weather as it will aid our farm and farms in the region. Our natural defense against the soil pathogens is ground freeze. In regions where the ground does not freeze, soil fumigation is necessary to grow certain crops especially strawberries. Methyl Bromide is the only fumigant which has been successful although alternatives are being rapidly tested. Although Methyl Bromide was suppose to be banned by 2005, exemptions have been made yearly to continue use until an alternative is found. Methyl Bromide is a known ozone depleter. Ground freeze also aids soil condition by adding tilth, which is aeration of the soil.  The lack of production which has decimated the strawberry growers in this region during the last decade is primarily due to root rot. Hopefully Mother Nature will bless us with further ground freeze to alleviate this critical problem. 

Posted 1/11/2013 6:18pm by Randy Warren.

We want to give a big Thank-you to all of our customers and friends who have made the 2012 season very enjoyable. We will now be closed for the season, but we are available by appointment for our Handmade Soaps and Maple Syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm. After the holidays, we will be shifting gears back to firewood and wildlife habitat. To make an appointment, call 868-2001 and leave a message, email to wfarm@hotmail.com, or stop by to see if you can catch us. 

Posted 12/17/2012 9:13am by Randy Warren.

 Our shop smells wonderful with the smells of our handmade soaps where there is a great selection of soap and gift packs of soap. Josh and Lisa of Spring Harvest Maple Farm are keeping the maple syrup shelf stocked. Scott Young has continued to keep a nice inventory of his amazing and unique nature prints. We are currently in our 56th Cut Your Own Christmas Tree Season. The farm is open daily through December 24th.  Our patches reflect that we are late in the season, but we have a selection of trees available up to a maximun heigth of 8 ft.  We have a large selection of blue spruce, with most in the 5'-7' range and a small selection of fir balsam with quite a few being airy. These go up to apprx 8'. We have a  few salable concolor fir  at this point.  We still have a small selection of Christmas Wreaths and Swags both decorated and undecorated. We can also custom make wreaths and swags.  All wreaths and swags are made fresh here at our farm from our own greens. We offer complimentary warmed mulled cider daily.  We have bunches  of rose hips for crafts and decorations. We have our own handmade herbal soaps.  We do have available a limited amount of Chinese Lantern bunches. We have bundles of firewood (dry) for $3.00 for small and $5.00 for large. 

Posted 12/13/2012 12:04pm by Randy Warren.

As time marches along, we here at the Warren Farm continue to make fresh wreaths. Our shop smells wonderful with the smells of fresh greens and soaps. We are busy restocking our wreath supply and pre-cut tree area. We are currently in our 56th Cut Your Own Christmas Tree Season. We are open daily through December 24th.  Our patches reflect that we are late in the season, but we have a  selection of trees available up to a maximun heigth of 8 ft.  We have a large selection of blue spruce, with most in the 5'-7' range. We have a small selection of fir balswam with quite a few being airy. These go up to apprx 8'. We have very few salable concolor fir  at this point.  We still have a small selection of Christmas Wreaths and Swags both decorated and undecorated. We can also custom make wreaths and swags.  All wreaths and swags are made fresh here at our farm from our own greens. We offer complimentary tractor drawn wagon rides on weekends (weather permitting which means rain can be a problem) and complimentary warmed mulled cider daily. We have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm and Scott Young's nature prints.  We have bunches  of rose hips for crafts and decorations. We have our own handmade herbal soaps.  We do have available a limited amount of Chinese Lantern bunches. We have bundles of firewood (dry) for $3.00 for small and $5.00 for large. 

Posted 12/10/2012 3:07pm by Randy Warren.

As time marches along, we here at the Warren Farm continue to make fresh wreaths. Our shop smells wonderful with the smells of fresh greens and soaps. We are busy restocking our wreath supply and pre-cut tree area. We are currently in our 56th Cut Your Own Christmas Tree Season. We are open daily through December 24th.  Our patches reflect tha we are late in the season, but we have a  selection of trees available up to a maximun heigth of 8 ft.  We have a large selection of blue spruce, with most in the 5'-7' range. We have a small selection of fir balswam with quite a few being airy. These go up to apprx 8'. We have very few salable concolor fir  at this point.  We still have a small selection of Christmas Wreaths and Swags both decorated and undecorated. We can also custom make wreaths and swags.  All wreaths and swags are made fresh here at our farm from our own greens. We offer complimentary tractor drawn wagon rides on weekends (weather permitting which means rain can be a problem) and complimentary warmed mulled cider daily. We have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm and Scott Young's nature prints.  We have bunches  of rose hips for crafts and decorations. We have our own handmade herbal soaps.  We do have available a limited amount of Chinese Lantern bunches. We have bundles of firewood (dry) for $3.00 for small and $5.00 for large. 

Posted 12/3/2012 8:10am by Randy Warren.

We are currently in our 56th Cut Your Own Christmas Tree Season. We are open daily through December 24th.  Our patches reflect the time of the  season, but we have a nice selection of trees available up to a maximun heigth of 8 ft.  We have a large selection of blue spruce, a medium selection of balsam fir and a small selection of concolor fir.  We still have a nice selection of Christmas Wreaths and Swags both decorated and undecorated. All wreaths and swags are made fresh here at our farm from our own greens. We offer complimentary tractor drawn wagon rides on weekends (weather permitting which means rain can be a problem) and complimentary warmed mulled cider daily. We have maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm and Scott Young's nature prints.  We have bunches  of rose hips for crafts and decorations. We have our own handmade herbal soaps.  We do have available a limited amount of Chinese Lantern bunches. We have bundles of firewood (dry) for $3.00 for small and $5.00 for large. 

Posted 11/23/2012 4:09pm by Randy Warren.

We are currently in our 56th Cut Your Own Christmas Tree Season. We are open daily through December 24th. We have a large selection of Christmas Wreaths and Swags both decorated and undecorated. All wreaths and swags are made fresh here at our farm from our own greens. We offer complimentary tractor drawn wagon rides on weekends and complimentary warmed mulled cider daily. We have our own cured garlic, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm and Scott Young's nature prints.  We have bunches  of rose hips for crafts and decorations. We have our own handmade herbal soaps.  We do have available a limited amount of Chinese Lantern bunches. We have bundles of firewood (dry) for $3.00 for small and $5.00 for large. 

 

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