Wednesday | March 16, 2022
Barn Raising Celebration: Today on the Farm!
Take a Tour at 3pm, or Raise a Glass at 4pm!
With the help of some absolutely amazing volunteers, we have made tremendous progress with our new animal barn construction and raising. Today, Wednesday, March 16th, we will celebrate this long awaited milestone. Swing by anytime during the day to watch the final pieces be put into place, or meet us on the farm at 3pm for farm tours, or 4pm for a celebratory toast with sparkling cider and cookies. All are welcome. We hope to see you there! *Be sure to wear's very muddy!! Please park across the street from the farm, as our lot will be full with construction vehicles.
After School Spring Registration Now Open!
Our after school and early release programs offer kids in grades K through 5th the chance to build community, learn farm and forestry skills, connect to the outdoors, and bring home fresh vegetables! Financial Aid available. Contact our education department with any questions: 
Pancake Breakfast is Back, Sat. March 26th 10am-2pm!
Celebrate the transition of winter to spring with our sugaring off festival on Saturday, March 26th. Our forestry and education staff will lead free tours of the sugar house where you can witness the amazing process of how we boil sap into our delicious maple syrup! This event is great for the whole family & will happen rain or shine!
A pancake breakfast will be available, thanks to our friends at The Hyve! Pricing is TBD. We hope to see you there! We'll also have an information table where you can lean more about membership, green dollars, our Grow with Us Capital Campaign, and more.
Save the Date: June 16th, Summer Solstice Dinner!
We are so excited to be able to host our annual Summer Solstice Dinner on the farm this year! Save the date for Thursday, June 16th, to gather with friends, enjoy a fabulous meal, and watch the sunset and the stars rise. Tickets go on sale early next month. Keep an eye on the Community Cultivator for more announcements.
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With support from the Town of Weston and the Weston Conservation Commission.