If you're dreaming of creating or expanding a homestead, join Pam Bullock on a tour of Lost Mile Farm to see how they combine limited resources and abundant creativity to have the food supply and community connections they desire, despite a marginal landbase. Sales and barter of broiler chickens, blueberries, maple syrup and fiber from their angora goats support the operation.
Walk-ins are welcome for this workshop. Wear sturdy shoes for field walking, and bring a water bottle and a bag lunch. Blueberries are still available if you want to stay after the workshop to pick - $5.50/quart.
About the Presenter: Pam Bullock has been gardening organically on a small scale for over 35 years, and involved with farm animals on various levels for nearly that long. While she has always worked off-farm - as a carpenter, sailing instructor, health educator, outdoor educator, college administrator - gardening and farming and working with her hands is her joy and solace.
About the Farm: Lost Mile Farm hosts 30 laying hens, a small herd of angora goats, and about 100 meat chickens. A 10x12 hoop house extends our growing season. Pam also also operates a small PYO and wholesale blueberry business and tap a small sugar bush, and barters and trades with neighbors for syrup, land use, farm equipment, farm-sitting, and labor.
Directions: Please download these detailed directions - lots of twists and turns!
Parking: 7 cars will fit in the driveway. We recommend carpooling from the bottom of the hill 4 miles from the farm - look for signs. We suggest coordinating your carpool through Ridebuzz.org.
Wheelchair Accessible? No.
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