We’ve having an Open Farm Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 6. Visitors can tour the farm and visit with animals, including our newborn baby goats. We’ll also have fresh chicken and duck eggs available for sale, as well as our goat milk soap and wool products.
The Nature’s Farm Camp director, as well as a couple of counselors will be here to talk to prospective 2017 campers. They’ll have a tent set up and activities available for kids. Nature’s Farm Camp will be on the farm from July 10 to August 11. There will be five, one-week sessions, Monday through Friday for children ages 8 to 11 four weeks and 12 to 15 one week. For more info on that, check out the camp website.
Deborah and her husband and three children moved to Antiquity Oaks in 2002. Since the children have grown up and moved away, she devotes all of her time to running the farm and teaching others about sustainable living and farming. She is the author of Homegrown and Handmade (2011), Ecothrifty (2012), and Raising Goats Naturally (2013).