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Sorrow and Love

There’s a beautiful verse from the hymn “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” that describes Jesus’ blood leaving his body as “sorrow and...

Contemplative Gardening

At the beginning of July we were invited to participate in a garden tour for the town of Roxbury and we spent the better part of a week...

The Cloud and the Labyrinth

By Maureen Lucas (St Peter's Milford CT) I was recently at a retreat in the woods, having met up with another church who wanted to...

Down to the River to Pray

I find it easy to believe that I can love the earth. That is natural, available, and feels comfortable. I remember the first time someone...

The Divine Mother

I remember having a brief exchange with a vegan acquaintance at an online gathering about cows and motherhood. She commented to me that...

Earth's Longing for Emergence

There is an emergent beauty in spring that luxuriates in the space between what is known and what hasn’t yet been dreamed. The apples,...

Where the Light Gets In

Those of you following us on social media have been with us as we've walked through a tumultuous and painful few months with our horses...

From Each According to Their Ability

This week marks the second year of life on the farm. We've been amazed again and again by the generosity of this land. The reciprocity...

Winter Meditation

As we move past the winter solstice and are firmly rooted in the season of darkness I find myself turning in to a posture of...

A Solemn Milestone

Six months ago, we knew what we were signing up for. Well....we thought we did. That's when we decided to bring home three hilarious,...

Family Cow Share

Looking for a local, organic, carbon neutral way to get your dairy? We're proud to announce that we have a few spots open for joining our...

Meet Mocha: Our farm becomes a raw dairy

We decided to take the plunge! Our small farm now has 900 pounds of sassy, curious, and loving Jersey cow named Mocha. Mocha's Story We...

Under the Melting Snow

All of our experience with the homestead has been under a heavy blanket of snow. As the snow melts we have the chance to meet the soil...