Tag Archives: Biodynamic Agriculture
As many know, 2017 is the last growing season we will have with Anne and Paul as our Head Farmers. They are retiring from farming after decades of serving the community by providing the most nutritious love-food to our members … Continue reading
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Join us on October 1st at Zingerman’s Cornman Farms in raising funds to support Chrysalis, the Community Farm of Ann Arbor’s non-profit educational arm. Chrysalis aims to teach anyone with a passion for sustainable food production, ecosystem enriching, and soil … Continue reading
Fermentation Workshop: Farm Kimchi With MelRob, Master Fermenter at The Brinery Saturday, July 11th 1pm-3pm at the Farm Learn how to make this tangy Korean pickle from fresh Farm vegetables! Its a delicious and healthy probiotic addition to any diet. … Continue reading
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A very enthusiastic photojournalist from the Ann Arbor News visited the farm on Tuesday afternoon. He got his knees dirty while interviewing and photographing Farmer Anne and Apprentice Kristin. Click the photo to see the article that came of his fun … Continue reading
Our very own head farmers, Anne Elder and Paul Bantle, will receive the People’s Food Co-Op of Ann Arbor “Ken King Life as Art” award for 2014. This award was established in 2009 in memory of Ken King, the patriarch … Continue reading
Keep an eye on the Events page for detailed descriptions of the events as they approach, but save the dates of these Spring 2014 farm happenings. Sunday April 20 Easter Egg Hunt (nondenominational) You don’t have to be little to join in. Please contact us to let us know if you are planning to join in. Email ChrysalisBD@gmail.com or call Anne at (734) 433-0261. $5. per child Saturday, May 17 Karen Chalmer will lead a plant study. This is a chance to learn from a plant. She will choose the plant as that date gets closer. She will also announce “weed and sing” dates. To learn more about these events, go to the news section of the farm website. It shows dates from last year, but has full descriptions which are good for this year. Chrysalisbd.org also has a description in the August 2103 newsletter. … Continue reading