Our small farm is planting seeds for community projects and participation. We are on Stockbridge Munsee Mohican tribal land and working with them to co-create a land acknowledgement to honor the original caretakers of this land. Our four acres is home to medicinal plants, flowers, bees, butterflies, birds, and small critters of many varieties.
We are developing a project in partnership with Greater Hudson Promise Neighborhood to bring children impacted by incarceration to learn about growing food, do yoga and have healthy snacks!
We stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, BIPOC, and will be volunteering at Soul Fire Farm in the spring, to support the awesome work they do in the world.
Come learn biodynamic and organic food growing practices in community. Plant, water, weed, harvest + reading, studying, discussions, workshops, guest farmers, rituals, plant medicine-making, art-making, celebrations. We’ll donate seedlings, flowers, herbs, veggies and have enough for us all. If you’ve never put a seed in the ground, or you have gardening practices to share, this is a co-creation of sustainable beauty. Make a commitment of 2-hours/week. Consider that this growing project is about you in relation to ecology, learning to adapt in ways that ease stress.
Connect with us in an expansive way, so we can dream, heal and recognize our potential for slowing down and creating together. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to sign up.
Some suggested times:
Mondays: 9-12pm or 4-7pm
Saturdays: 9-12pm or 3-5pm
Summer Saturday Mornings
June 19th – July 31st, 2021. 9am – 12 noon
Ages 5 – 8
Each Saturday morning during the summer, children will spend the morning learning the abc’s of growing food, from planting seeds to cooking with fresh vegetables. The children will have lessons in the garden, a yoga session and simple snacks made with fresh food. Feathertail Farm Community Garden is currently working with the Stockbridge Munsee Mohican community, who were the original caretakers of the land, to co-create a land acknowledgement. The children will also learn about the history of the Stockbridge Munsee Mohican tribe, and take part in a ceremony to acknowledge these original caretakers. Email us for more info or to sign up!
Spring Equinox at Feathertail Farm
seed planting • cold frame construction • fire ritual • live music
March 20, 4-6pm
Come gather to welcome spring! We’ll show you how so you can plant seeds in the greenhouse, plus some to take home. There will be live music, building a cold frame demonstration, fire ritual, land acknowledgement, and warming herbal drinks. Please RSVP email@example.com.