September 17 - 18, 2016 - Carolina Farm Stewardship Association

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September 17 - 18, 2016 - Carolina Farm Stewardship Association
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September 17 - 18, 2016
1-5 P.M.
carolinafarmstewards.org
10th Annual
Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
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Locations are approximate.
View the Google Tour Map at
CarolinaFarmStewards.org/etft
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LOUISBURG
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DURHAM
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10th Annual Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
FARM LOCATOR
2
1.Raleigh City Farm &
Endless Sun Produce
7.Ninja Cow Farm (NEW!)
2.Sweet Peas Urban
Gardens (NEW!)
8.Hilltop Farms of Willow
Springs (NEW!)
14.Meadow Lane Farm
3.The Camden Street
Learning Garden (NEW!)
9.In Theory Farm
15.Alpaca Dreams (NEW!)
10.Fat Radish Farm (NEW!)
16.Turtle Mist Farm
800 North Blount St.
Raleigh, NC 27604
1931 New Bern Ave.
Raleigh, NC 27610
315 Camden St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
4.Passage Home Alpha
Garden (NEW!)
513 Branch St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
5.The Well Fed Community
Garden (NEW!) (MEAL STOP!)
1321 Athens Dr.
Raleigh, NC 27606
6.NCSU Agroecology
Education Farm (NEW!)
4400 Mid Pines Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27603
(SNACK STOP!)
7125 Old Stage Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27603
6612 Kennebec Rd.
Willow Springs, NC 27592
393 Lipscomb Rd.
Angier, NC 27501
(MEAL STOP!)
839 Pine Ridge Rd.
Zebulon, NC 27597
11.Vollmer Farm
(SNACK STOP!)
677 NC 98 Hwy East
Bunn, NC 27508
12.Rare Earth Farms
(MEAL STOP!)
160 Mullen Rd.
Bunn, NC 27597
13.The Veterans’ Farm of NC
(MEAL STOP!)
44 Cypress Hall Ln.
Louisburg, NC 27549
(MEAL STOP!)
571 Leonard Farm Rd.
Louisburg, NC 27549
2714 Schloss Rd.
Louisburg, NC 27549
(MEAL STOP!)
221 Suitt Rd.
Franklinton, NC 27525
17.ChickCharney Farm
15101 Aiken Rd.
Wake Forest, NC 27587
18.Laurel Branch Gardens
3017 Coley Rd.
Durham, NC 27703
19.MamaSprings Farm
622 S Mineral Springs Rd.
Durham, NC 27703
20.Durham Public Schools
Hub Farm (NEW!)
117 Milton Rd.
Durham, NC 27701
21.Sarah and
Michael’s Farm
1927 Snow Hill Rd. Durham, NC 27712
22.Blue Whistler Farm
(NEW!) (MEAL STOP!)
9923 N Roxboro Rd.
Bahama, NC 27503
23.Prodigal Farm
(MEAL STOP!)
4720 Bahama Rd.
Rougemont, NC 27572
24.Bull City Farm
(MEAL STOP!)
5315 Isham Chambers Rd.
Rougemont, NC 27572
25.Hundred Acre Wood Farm
& Sanctuary
548 Potluck Farm Rd.
Rougemont, NC 27572
10th Annual
Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
Tips
for Taking
the Tour:
 Tour is rain or shine!
 Bring a cooler and cash (some
Load up a vehicle with your friends and family,
locate some farms on the map, and get out in the
countryside! Visit any farm in any order.
 Look for the red tomato signs to help
Advance tickets $30 per car for ALL farms
Available online at www.CarolinaFarmStewards.org/etft
 You will only be able to visit 3 to 4
or at the following locations:
Raleigh
WHOLE FOODS MARKET
8710 Six Forks Road
Whole Foods Market
3540 Wade Avenue
Harmony Farms
5653 Creedmoor Road
Standard Foods
205 E Franklin Street
Cary
Whole Foods Market
102B New Waverly Place
Durham
Whole Foods Market
621 Broad Street
Chapel Hill
Whole Foods Market
81 S. Elliott Road
DAY OF THE TOUR TICKETS
$35 for all farms, $10 per farm
(Buy buttons at the first farm you visit.)
BE A PART of it:
get you to your destination.
farms a day. Factor in driving and
touring time to allow 1-1.5 hours
for each farm. Farms are clustered
by region to help minimize driving
time.
 Don’t forget to charge up your GPS
device or Smartphone. Visiting rural
farms can mean these devices won’t
have a signal, so planning your route
in advance is another good option.
 Keep a close eye on curious kids!
Remember these are working farms
with electric fences and heavy
equipment.
 Wash up! Please take time to wash
your hands after petting an animal.
Hand washing stations will be
provided at farms with livestock. You
may also be asked to disinfect your
shoes or wear booties in order to
prevent farm-to-farm transmission
of germs that may affect livestock.
Don’t want to drive?
Take a guided bus tour from the
Volunteer one afternoon and attend
the tour for FREE!
Wendell Falls Community from
Volunteers get an insider view of farms,
have lots of fun, and get a free T-shirt!
Seating is limited. Register online
Questions?
1-5PM on Saturday, Sept. 17th.
at carolinafarmstewards.org/etft.
Call CFSA 919-542-2402 or
email: [email protected]
Farm Tour Rules:
The tour is co-sponsored by:
 Bring your pets onto the farm
 Visit farms before 1:00 PM or
Please DO NOT:
after 5:00 PM
 Enter private homes
10th Annual Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
Take the Tour:
farms may not accept debit or credit
cards)! You’ll be able to buy produce,
eggs, cheese, meat, and other
products at many of the farms.
3
10th Annual
Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
Raleigh City Farm
& Endless Sun
1
Produce
No.
Diversified Vegetables
Hydroponic Lettuces
James Edwards, Matt
Spitzer, Chase Werner
& Chris Rumbley
800 North Blount St.
Raleigh, NC 27604
703-855-2611
[email protected]
RaleighCityFarm.org
Raleigh City Farm is a high-profile, highproduction, community-supported, urban
farm founded in 2011. We’re on a mission
to support new urban farms and farm
entrepreneurs to strengthen sustainable,
healthy food systems. Tour multiple co-located
farm enterprises adhering to appropriate
ecological and technological practices selling
produce to downtown restaurants, Farmshare
CSA and Saturday Farm Stand. View
neighborhood revitalization and communityfarmer engagement opportunities catalyzed
by urban agriculture.
Directions: At the corner of Franklin and
Blount, a few blocks north of the state
Capitol. Please park in parking lot of Person
Street Plaza.
Sweet Peas Urban
Gardens
10th Annual Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
No.
4
2
Microgreens
Shiitake Mushrooms
Tami Purdue &
Julie Gauthier
NEW! 1931 New Bern Ave.
Raleigh, NC 27610
919-828-6407
[email protected]
SweetPeasUrbanGardens.com
The team at Sweet Peas believes that urban
farming is fundamental to the creation
of healthy, sustainable food production
for our growing metropolitan society. On
our tour you will see a high-tech, dense,
growing farm in a container, a mushroom
log “forest,” an active three-bin compost
station, a greenhouse and a traditional
family garden. And you can join us for a
microgreen growing workshop and learn
how to grow your own insanely nutritious
microgreens at the same time!
Directions: We are 2 miles inside the beltline
at the intersection of New Bern Ave. and N.
King Charles.
The Camden
Street Learning
Garden
No.
3
No.
Educational Tours
Katie Murray &
Sabina Bastias
315 Camden St.
Raleigh, NC 27601
928-352-4769
[email protected]
The Well Fed
Community
5
Garden
NEW!
Diverse Produce
Shiitake Mushrooms
Foodshuttle.org
Morgan Malone and
Arthur & Anya Gordon
1321 Athens Dr.
Raleigh,
NC 27606
EAL
M P
STO
919-523-3484
[email protected]
Our urban learning garden provides our
community with the opportunity to learn
about growing fresh produce and fruit,
sustainability practices, composting and
even cooking! We have 36 communityrun growing beds for annual vegetable
production, a food forest full of various fruit
trees, medicinal herbs and other perennial
plants, a 6,000-gallon rain harvesting
system, a vermicomposting system and an
on-site teaching kitchen and classroom.
Come meet our community gardeners and
learn how we are working together with
our neighbors to create a more secure,
sustainable and just food system in Raleigh!
The Well Fed Community Garden is a multifaceted, financially sustainable urban
agriculture venture which grows produce
for Irregardless Café and Catering and
donates 20% of its bounty to volunteers
and neighbors. The WFCG builds community
by offering volunteer experiences and
workshops to demonstrate healthy lifestyles
and model urban agricultural production.
Visitors will see efficient use of a small
urban piece of land with intensive crop
production, a variety of fruit trees and
bushes, hoop houses, on-farm composting
and shiitake mushroom logs.
NEW!
No.
4
Passage Home
Alpha Garden
Educational Tours
NEW!
Lester Clay
513 Branch Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
919-834-0666 (ext. 224)
PassageHome.org
Visit our community-based resident and
youth learning garden to see how we
utilize cover cropping, hoop house growing
techniques, rich compost and beneficial
pollinators to grow food in an urban setting.
Learn about how the Alpha Garden is run
by residents of the South Park community
to engage youth in growing and preparing
healthy foods.
Directions: Two blocks south of MLK Blvd. off
of Garner Rd.
BRING A
COOLER!
Many farms offer
products for
sale during
the tour!
WellFedGarden.org
Directions: On Athens Dr. across the street
from Jaguar Path, look for the bamboo fence
along the front.
Follow Carolina Farm
Stewardship Association for
up-to-date info on the tour!
NCSU Agroecology
Education Farm
Educational Tours
Pollinator Habitats
No.
6
NEW!
Alison Reeves
4400 Mid Pines Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27603
919-389-0538
[email protected]
AgroecologyFarm.NCSU.edu
The NCSU Agroecology Education Farm
provides
hands-on
education
about
agroecology and sustainable agriculture to
NC State students, staff, faculty and the
surrounding community. Currently there are
around two acres under production, including
a hoop house and an acre of open field. All
produce is used in the NCSU dining halls
or donated to the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle.
Students and volunteers will be available to
lead a guided tour and answer questions.
10th Annual
Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
In Theory Farm
Grass-Fed Beef
Heritage Pork • Eggs
Goat Milk • Cow Milk
Soap • Eggs • Pork
Dan Moore
No.
7
7125 Old Stage Rd.
!
EW
Raleigh, NC 27603
N
919-810-2530
[email protected]
SNACK
NinjaCowFarm.com
STOP
Meet our cows face to face, learn about our
rare breed pigs living naturally in the forest,
see our bee hives and watch chickens freeranging on our 84-acre family farm on the
edge of downtown Raleigh. We raise our
pastured beef and pork using no commercial
feed, instead utilizing over seven million
pounds of reclaimed produce per year.
Stop in our farm store to pick up products
from our farm and other like-minded local
family farms. Ice cream, chocolate milk,
gelato, cheese and snack sticks available for
purchase.
Directions: Once you reach the entrance,
follow the signs to the barn. You’ll pass a few
houses that are not part of the tour.
Don’t want to drive?
Take a guided bus tour from the
Wendell Falls Community from
1-5PM on Saturday, Sept. 17th.
Seating is limited. Register online
at carolinafarmstewards.org/etft.
Hilltop Farms of
Willow Springs
Certified Organic
Seasonal Produce
Fred & Virginia Miller
6612 Kennebec Rd.
No.
8
Willow Springs, NC 27592
919-618-5601
[email protected]
NEW!
HilltopFarms.org
Hilltop Farms is Wake County’s first and
only USDA certified organic produce farm,
operating on 44 acres of historic family
farmland in southern Wake County. We
grow a variety of vegetables and fruit and
have a horse boarding operation as well
as free-range chickens and a couple of pet
goats! We will provide a hayride to visit the
organic fields as well as an equine lesson
with an up-close visit with our horses in the
horse barn. There will also be fresh-picked
organic veggies for sale as well as 100% USA
organic cotton Hilltop Farm t-shirts for sale!
Lindsey Cobb &
Rachel Lilly
393 Lipscomb Rd.
No.
Angier, NC 27501
9
919-578-2140
[email protected]
InTheoryFarm.com
Come visit our 10-acre, Animal Welfare
Approved farm and meet our heritage breeds
of livestock including Oberhasli dairy goats,
Jersey cows, pigs, chickens, ducks and their
guardian dog. Pet the animals, learn about
their care and see milking demonstrations.
Pork, eggs, goat milk soap and limited raw
cow and goat milk (for pet food) will be
available.
Fat Radish Farm
Vegetables
Eggs • Chicken
No.
10
Hayes Lindsey
EAL
839 Pine Ridge Rd. M
STOP
NEW!
Zebulon, NC 27597
919-346-3276
[email protected]
FatRadishFarm.com
Fat Radish Farm uses regenerative
agricultural practices to supply the most
nutritious food available. Come see our
Salatin-style chicken tractors, egg mobile,
restored 100-year-old farmhouse, Vertigro hydroponics system and no till veggie
production areas. Enjoy a hayride up to
our scenic fishing pond and check out
our hiking loop trail. Stop by the farm
store to purchase fresh veggies, eggs and
chicken. Bonfire cookout Saturday night
with camping available.
Vollmer Farm
Pumpkins • Ice Cream
Fall Gourds
Russ Vollmer &
No.
11
Vanessa Weathers
677 NC 98 Hwy East
K
SNACP
Bunn, NC 27508
STO
919-496-3076
[email protected]
VollmerFarm.com
Come learn how this certified organic farm
produces berries, asparagus, pumpkin,
tomatoes, peppers and a wonderful array
of vegetables throughout the year. Take
a hayride tour of the entire farm with
a special stop at the Jumping Pillow for
all to jump and play. Also check out our
Farm Market with fresh seasonal produce,
preserves, salad dressings, salsas and
honey – all locally made! The Market
also features our eight flavors of “Almost
Famous” Ice Cream.
Directions: Farm is one mile south from the
intersection of Hwy 39 and Hwy 98 just south
of Bunn.
Check out our blog
carolinafarmstewards.org/blog for
route planning tips!
Rare Earth Farms
Grass-Fed Beef
Heritage Pork • Eggs
Karl Hudson &
No.
Mann Mullen
12
160 Mullen Rd.
MEAL
STOP
Bunn, NC 27597
919-349-6080
[email protected]
RareEarthFarms.com
Rare Earth is the farm with a food truck!
Bring your cooler for meat and eggs and
come hungry for our grass-fed burgers
and hand-cut fries. We raise all-natural,
heritage pork and Animal Welfare Approved
& Certified grass-fed beef. Visitors can take
a hayride to see the cows and pigs and
learn about our philosophy on the humane
treatment of our animals and the value of
all-natural and grass-fed proteins.
The Veterans
Farm of NC
No.
13
Chicken • Pork • Beef
Turkey • Mushrooms
Vegetables
Robert Elliott, Seth
Eure & Robert Stalter
44 Cypress Hall Ln.
MEAL
Louisburg, NC 27549
STOP
252-725-4875
Facebook.com/vetfarmofnc
Come see over 100 turkeys ranging for
Thanksgiving and pigs in their natural
settings while cows graze in grass and
chickens enjoy their lives in wide-open
spaces. Learn about how we are changing
the face of agriculture by integrating
veterans into the farming world. Meet Pete
the Turkey and all of our other animals will
love to meet you! Help us feed chickens and
watch the pigs enjoy their mud bath.
10th Annual Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
Ninja Cow Farm
5
10th Annual
Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
No.
Meadow Lane Turtle Mist Farm
Farm
Pork • Beef • Lamb
14
Beef • Goat Meat • Lamb
Pork • Organic Vegetables
Martha L. Mobley
571 Leonard Farm Rd.
Louisburg, NC 27549
919-495-1305
[email protected]
Recently recognized as a “Century Farm,”
enjoy the vast and beautiful rolling
pastureland, an 18th-century home and
vintage mule and grain barns. Our Angus
beef, sheep and Boer goat herds are Animal
Welfare Approved. Collect eggs from the
henhouse, pet the tame goats, sample our
beef under the pecan grove and tour our
vegetable high-tunnel greenhouse with
beehives. New this year – learn about the
8 acres of pollinator habitat established
on the farm! Our fresh farm meats, eggs,
cut flowers and organic produce available
for sale.
MEAL
STOP
Directions: From Louisburg, travel 3 miles on
Hwy 56 East. Turn Right on Leonard Farm
Rd. and go 1.4 miles. The farm is on the left.
Alpaca Dreams
Alpaca Products • Gifts
No.
15
Mike & Sarah Conyer
2714 Schloss Rd.
!
Louisburg,
NC 27549
EW
N
919-340-0070
[email protected]
10th Annual Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
AlpacaDreamsNC.com
6
Do you know the difference between a
llama and an alpaca? Come learn about the
interesting traits of these unique animals.
You’ll meet our 13 alpacas and two guard
llamas and see displays showing our alpacas
being sheared, the steps we take turning their
fiber into yarn and much more. Our gift shop
is loaded with items for adults & children.
Directions From Louisburg: From 401, take
Hwy 561 toward Centerville. Go about 6 miles
and turn left on Laurel Mill Rd. At dead end,
turn right to stay on Laurel Mill Rd. Go about
2.5 miles and turn left on Schloss Rd. Drive
½ mile to farm.
No.
16
Chicken • Vegetables
MEAL
STOP
Bob & Ginger Sykes
221 Suitt Rd.
Franklinton, NC 27525
919-457-2942
[email protected]
TurtleMistFarm.com
Come see this small family farm, a former
horse boarding and bull riding facility,
now used to raise animals and produce in
sustainable, humane ways. We raise hair
sheep, Gelbvieh beef cattle, Bourbon Red
turkeys, Muscovy duck, free-range laying
hens, quail, partridges, pheasant, geese,
LaMancha goats, Flemish giant rabbits and
Berkshire, Tamworth and Ossabaw hogs. The
vegetable garden uses a variety of unique
growing methods and our greenhouse has
hydroponics and aquaponic gardens. A
narrated hayride is available for a small fee.
Goat milking demo conducted at 3PM. Live
music both days.
Directions: GPS coordinates may stop 1/2
mile from driveway. Follow number on
mailbox and farm tour signage.
No.
17
ChickCharney
Farm
Poultry Meat • Eggs
Microgreens • Mushrooms
Julie Gauthier
15101 Aiken Rd.
Wake Forest, NC 27587
[email protected]
ChickCharneyFarm.com
Our mission is to preserve vanishing historic
varieties of poultry and to demonstrate that
heritage poultry are not just pretty birds;
they are productive and useful in smallscale, sustainable, local agriculture. Come
harvest log-grown shiitake mushrooms,
plant microgreens, learn about pastured
poultry production, watch hatching chicks
and swimming ducklings and make sure you
get a video of our fainting goats!
No.
Laurel Branch
Gardens
18
Produce • Eggs • Flowers
Evan Hughes
3017 Coley Rd.
Durham, NC 27703
919-360-4410
[email protected]
LaurelBranchGardens.com
Laurel Branch Gardens is a 12-acre section
of an old tobacco farm between Raleigh and
Durham. We work to regenerate the farm
and soil through sustainable production of a
diversity of vegetables, fruits and livestock.
Check out our flock of pastured hens and
other livestock and walk the perennial and
annual garden plots of a new Triangle farm!
MamaSprings Farm
No.
19
Vegetables • Eggs
Fresh Cut Flowers
Carolyn RoseSeed & Eli Seed
622 S Mineral Springs Rd.
Durham, NC 27703
919-596-5542
[email protected]
Facebook.com/MamaSprings
MamaSprings is a family run, urban farm
located in East Durham. In addition to
seasonal vegetables, flowers and herbs, we
also have a small flock of happy laying hens
and ducks. We are committed to sustainable
farming practices and our produce is free
from chemical inputs. We are small in scale,
more market garden than large commercial
farm. If you are looking for smart, creative
ways to increase your own backyard food
production, our farm is one to visit. Our kids
are looking forward to sharing their baked
treats & lemonade with you again this year!
Directions: The farm is on the corner of S.
Mineral Springs Rd. & Gibson Rd., with
driveway access to both roads and parking
available on Gibson Rd.
31st Annual CFSA
Sustainable Agriculture Conference
November 4 - 6, 2016 • DURHAM, NC
Don’t miss the farm and food event of the year!
CAROLINAFARMSTEWARDS.ORG/SAC
10th Annual
Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
Diverse Vegetables
Katherine Gill, Reid
Rosemond, Grant Ruhlman
& Melisa Keeney
117 Milton Rd.
No.
20 NEW!
Durham, NC 27701
919-403-1311
[email protected]
TheHubFarm.org
The DPS Hub Farm is a 30+-acre farm, forest
and aquatic habitat where students learn
about food production and land stewardship.
Supporting our mission of healthy
living, career exploration, environmental
stewardship and community engagement,
the Hub includes food production gardens,
habitat gardens, animals, a barn, nature
trails, a floating lab, outdoor classrooms
and harvest and cooking stations. You’ll
see late summer crops and the starts of the
fall garden and learn about the hands-on
activities and programs we offer students.
Directions: We are behind Eno Valley
Elementary School. Parking will be available
at the entry into the site (look for Hub Farm
sign just past the Eno Valley bus parking
lot). Or, park in the Eno Valley parking lot
and walk over!
Sarah and
Michael’s Farm
Cut Lilies
No.
21
Michael Turner
1927 Snow Hill Rd.
Durham, NC 27712
919-479-4983
[email protected]
Come see how we grow our extraordinary
lilies. Learn about soil made from coconuts,
a steam machine that cleans the soil
naturally and production techniques that
imitate the lilies’ natural growth cycle.
BRING A
COOLER!
Many farms
offer products
for sale
during the
tour!
No.
22
Eggs • Rabbit • Chicken
Turkey • Duck • Lamb
Amy & Josh Sliffe
9923 N Roxboro Rd.
EAL
Bahama, NC 27503
NEW! M
STOP
980-272-0181
[email protected]
BlueWhistlerFarm.com
Visit with the friendly animals at our 5-acre
farmstead where we raise pastured livestock
including rabbits, chickens, hogs, turkeys,
ducks, egg layers and sheep. Enjoy the
afternoon on the farm feeding the 100+
laying hens, bring some fruit for the pigs,
pet the baby bunnies, walk through the
garden and enjoy delicious food produced
on the farm and by other local businesses.
Directions: First house on the left on S. Lowell
Rd., at the corner of Roxboro Rd. and S.
Lowell Rd., coming from Durham.
Prodigal Farm
Fresh &
Aged Goat Cheese
Kathryn Spann &
Dave Krabbe
4720 Bahama Rd.
Rougemont, NC 27572
919-636-0807
[email protected]
No.
23
MEAL
STOP
ProdigalFarm.com
We’re a farmstead goat cheese dairy on a 95acre former tobacco farm, and are certified
Animal Welfare Approved. We’ll have tours
of our dairy, soapmaking demonstrations,
beekeeping demonstrations and a couple
of blacksmithing demonstrations. Meet
our 84 milking does and play with our 105
kids from this year – Katniss and Kiwi,
Kewpie and Kevy. They love people! Taste
our nationally award-winning, aged, goat
cheeses, fresh goat cheese and our addictive
marinated feta, and buy some to take home.
We’ll have terrific calzones featuring our
goat cheese and local produce.
Directions: Going north on Roxboro Rd.
(501), Bahama Rd. is 5.3 miles north of
Infinity/Latta Rd. in northern Durham. Turn
right on Bahama Rd. and go 5.7 miles (pass
the lake – watch out for the curves); the farm
is on the right.
Bull City Farm
Grass-Fed Beef • Lamb
Pastured Eggs • Pork
Cheese
No.
2
4
Samantha Gasson and
Scott, Almira, Garett
& Owen Stirrup
5315 Isham Chambers Rd.
MEAL
Rougemont, NC 27572
STOP
919-477-6684
[email protected]
BullCityFarm.com
Bull City Farm is celebrating 2 years on
the new farm! The tents are gone, the
bees have been moved, we have animals to
pet, hairy pigs to see and a demonstration
hive with information about beekeeping
like how to start a pollinator garden.
Roberto Copa Matos from Old Havana
Sandwich Shop in Durham will have the
classic Cuban “pan con lechon” – pork
and bread for sale along with homemade
sodas. Finish it all off with Ali Rudel’s
handmade pie (sliced or whole) from The
East Durham Pie Company. We’ll have
pork, beef and eggs for sale.
Hundred Acre
Wood Farm &
Sanctuary
No.
25
Grass-Fed Beef • Eggs
Garden Produce
Jim & Cathy Dykes
548 Potluck Farm Rd.
Rougemont, NC 27572
336-364-2972
[email protected]
There is a harmony here that can be seen
and felt. The Hundred Acre Wood is mostly
forest, which invites hiking the trails, and
islands of permanent pasture and ponds.
All the creatures from the Winnie the Pooh
story can be seen here: Piglet (a potbellied
pig), Eeyore (a Haflinger draft horse), Owl
(a Silkie rooster), Heffalumps (the Dexter
Cattle), Kanga and Roo (Boer goats) and
even Christopher Robin (me!). Plus ducks
and geese galore and ducklings hatched in
June. We have a large kitchen garden as
well. It is a beautiful farm that will delight
the whole family.
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tour photos!
#ETFARMTOUR
10th Annual Eastern Triangle Farm Tour
Durham Public
Blue Whistler
Schools Hub Farm Farm
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