Virtual Event
Dancing of the Ladies
If you weren't able to join us live on Facebook for The Dancing of the Ladies, you can visit our Facebook page to see the video. As always, it was so fun to watch them run and jump in the field speckled with dandelions. We thank everyone who tuned in live to help us celebrate this day as we missed having people join us here at the farm. The cows will be grazing all season and we have some young heifers in the field by the Learning Center so you can visit the cows while our barns still remains closed to the public. This summer we are starting a new prject with Stonyfield and OpenSource to monitor the impact our grazing has on carbon sequestration and carbon footprint in general. We will be posting throughout the summer to share this work with you!
Free Gardening Series
Virtual Event
Receive Support througout the Growing Season!
We are offering a free weekly gardening series starting Wednesday, May 20th at 3:00pm with our crop farmer, Heather Mason. Heather coordinates our certified organic and regenerative growing here at the farm using no-till, cover crops and other practices. She has over 17 years experience growing perenials, shrubs, specialty crops, fruits and berries. We will also still offer our topic based growing series as listed on our website but they will be virtual instead of in person. Please be sure to register for both the weekly Facebook series and the gardening workshops.
Stonewall Farm CSA's
Organic Vegetables and Milk
Fresh Local, Organic Food!
This season we have several CSA options, including a raw milk CSA! Our vegetable CSA options are listed on our website. We have sold out of our Long Day Share but we still have some Harvest, Winter and Cold Storage Shares available. Our new raw milk CSA offers discounted pricing for those who want to purchase two or more half gallons per week. Until our on-line order form is activiated, please email jdavenson@stonewallfarm.org to sign up for the milk CSA. Vegetables CSA can be ordered on-line.
Summer Camp
Plenty of Fresh Air and Outdoor Space
We will operate our summer camp and are waiting for further guidance from the state to finalize protocols and enrollment capacity. We anticipate having to limit our capacity and will be establishing strict safety protocols to ensure the children, staff and families are safe. In the meantime, we continue to accpet applications and will prioritize essential workers and those who registered and paid in full prior to COVID-19. Stay tuned for further details coming soon.
Regeneration international
New National Podcast Series Features Stonewall Farm
In Febuary Stonewall Farm's Executive Director was interviewed for Regeneration International's Farmer's and Rancher's for a Green New Deal Podcast series. The U.S. Farmers & Ranchers for a Green New Deal national coalition views the Green New Deal not as a partisan political initiative, but as a framework for transformational policy reform, across all sectors of the U.S. food and farming system. 
The coalition supports policy reforms that expand economic opportunities for farmers and ranchers whose practices and businesses:
  • combat climate change by reducing emissions and drawing down and sequestering carbon
  • contribute to a clean environment and restore natural habitats
  • provide access to locally produced, contaminant-free, nutrient-dense food
  • help build and support resilient local and regional food systems and economies
  • provide safe working conditions and living wages for farm workers
Our farm store is open 7 days a week and continues to offer an ever expanding inventory of locally sourced farm and food products including prepared meals and desserts from Machina Arts, Burdick's Restaurant, Dosa Kitchen, Shree's Kitchen and Mayfair Farm. We have a wide selection of meats, vegetables, eggs, milk, cheeses and more. Visit our on-line store for a full list of product. Place your order for curbside pick-up or come in the store one person at a time for no contact shopping. We are here to assist you!
While we won't be opening up our gelato scoop shop like we normally do on Memorial Day Weekend, we are now offering specialty flavors only available in our farm store or through the Frisky Cow Gelato Club. This week's flavors include Double Chocolate Brownie and Japanese Macha. The gelato is made fresh with milk from our farm on-site in our creamery. Our creamery has served as a great incubator space for several dairy value-added processors since its construction. Order
Help Advocate for Local Food and Farms
Representative Annie Kuster has introduced a bill with other legislators that would help support local meat processing, important during a time when our current industrial system has proven to be ineffective at adapting during crisis never mind the poor working conditions and injustices prevalent in meat processing industry. Below are a few links where you can learn more and take action today!