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Sweetbrier
Massachusetts
mama . community herbalist . someday farmer
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I didn't even realize it until I was uploading pictures to this post that his shirt says "fly" right under the dragonfly wing - too funny!
Toggle Commented Jun 23, 2016 on up north...... at Sweetbrier Farms
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Right?!? We watched the property for almost a full year before we bought it, so I kind of had an idea - - - - - - but looking at it through the eyes of it's caretaker is so different. I'm so in love!
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2016 on up north...... at Sweetbrier Farms
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It's exciting to be working towards something big.... even though much of it is uncertain right now.... it still feels amazing :)
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2016 on up north...... at Sweetbrier Farms
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We headed north last weekend and spent some time on the farm..... We cleared brush and hauled brush. It was damp and chilly, and we hiked the old logging trail to explore and warm ourselves up. Everything was a lush green and full of blossoms. Lots of little creatures on our many walks, so many blackberries and carpets of oregano.... Continue reading
Posted Jun 21, 2016 at Sweetbrier Farms
Thanks KC, we enjoy it! I hope it inspires you to make something like it for your family :)
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I'm head of over heels in gratitude for the warm reception our CSH received. If you didn't snag a share, there are a few left as of this morning. If you missed out, there will be partial shares again in September and December. I'll let you know when sign-ups open for those. Today I wanted to share an adaptogen powder... Continue reading
Posted Jun 6, 2016 at Sweetbrier Farms
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It's here! Sign-ups are open for the 2016 CSH Season! . . . . . . . . . . Shares are extremely limited and we expect the Full Shares to sell out by the end of the week. We have 10 full shares and 8 partial shares available for the 2016 season. Full shares include the entire 2016 season,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 1, 2016 at Sweetbrier Farms
you know those moments where you feel like you are doing just what you should be? this is definitely one of those. xoxo!
Toggle Commented Jun 1, 2016 on something new......... at Sweetbrier Farms
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Thank you. I'm looking forward to having fresh herbs to make my products.
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I spent a good deal of time this winter trying to find a fresh herb CSA in our area. There is a lovely one in Western Massachusetts, but their drop offs were all in locations over an hour away from us. On Fridays. Which can get pretty crazy in the summer vacation traffic surge we see around here. My goal... Continue reading
Posted May 31, 2016 at Sweetbrier Farms
oh Heather, this is so beautifully written.
Toggle Commented May 18, 2016 on Be of Use at beauty that moves
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Oh goodness. It’s been too quiet to be honest. It has been nice to get some things done, but I am looking forward to class tomorrow so I can chat with people - and that is saying something for an introvert gal ;)
Toggle Commented May 14, 2016 on so quiet....... at Sweetbrier Farms
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He’s good! He’s so old, we’re so glad he’s still around and doing well. Almost 14 and a half!
Toggle Commented May 14, 2016 on so quiet....... at Sweetbrier Farms
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Oh my goodness!!
Toggle Commented May 14, 2016 on postcards from Boston at SouleMama
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A few pictures from my walk around the homestead this morning. Spring is being a show-off. Joe took the youngest two north to the farm for the weekend and I'm here with the big two. Which is almost like being alone for the bulk of the day as they run from work to friends.... I had a meeting Friday and... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2016 at Sweetbrier Farms
Thanks KC - I’m excited about it too :)
Toggle Commented May 9, 2016 on something new......... at Sweetbrier Farms
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Oh how wonderful!! I would love to spend some time in Alena's "classroom" :)
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I love that you were paying attention enough to notice him. I think the universe hands us these little moments all the time and too often we let them go unseen, even if they are loud and noticeable, too caught up in ourselves to pay attention. (guilty here for sure!)
Toggle Commented May 5, 2016 on Sixteen Miles at beauty that moves
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Possibly one of my favorite things you've ever written.
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This is the pre-launch teaser for the project we have going on. We're starting a CSH : Community Supported Herbalism! Much like a vegetable CSA - Our CSH members will receive shares of handcrafted herbal goods at each change of the season to nourish and support them through the next one. We're already crafting up exclusive apothecary items made from... Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2016 at Sweetbrier Farms
We’re hoping to have more for the next update - at least 8 or so! It will be much easier when we get the new bigger kiln up & running. Right now we can only fit 2 knitting bowls at a time in the small one, so it takes forever to get a set of them made! I can send you a sneak peek to pick one out next time too :)
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I’m really loving it. I hope you do too. It’s one main recipe and then they use that in two others. I love making more than one meal with something!
Toggle Commented Apr 30, 2016 on in our kitchen..... at Sweetbrier Farms
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There are some new goodies in the shop : knitting bowls, three new teas, projects bags, rose soap, & more feather spoon rests. Also, we're hosting a little giveaway over on Small Things. Take a peek and enter to win! Happy Weekending Friends! xoxo, s Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2016 at Sweetbrier Farms
Hoping to share both recipes in the future :) Still getting back into the swing of blogging. I’m afraid it’s just not part of my rhythm the way it used to be, things are just too busy these days.
Toggle Commented Apr 28, 2016 on in our kitchen..... at Sweetbrier Farms
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Oh how I wish we were neighbors. My husband just upgraded his kiln to a full size (eek!) and we're selling the small one that go us started. It's been an amazing little kiln and really perfect for getting for home use.... that is, until your husband's hobby starts to take over the garage you used to park your minivan in (ahem!) I don't think my car minds, and neither do I. I am pretty happy he's found his groove. Anyway, if you have any questions about a low fire small kiln let us know! We've used a great one for the last 6 years we'd highly recommend.
Toggle Commented Apr 27, 2016 on As it goes at SouleMama
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