Farm Blog

Help The MadHouse Vinegar Co. get a grant!

SO, while this isn't about the farm it is sort of relevant given how close we are tied at the waist.  The MadHouse Vinegar Co. is a business created by the manage of the farm and a chef, Justin Dean.  They have this crazy concept where they are using food grade waste from breweries to…
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Post OEFFA Conference Follow-Up

It's been about a month since this year's Ohio Ecological Food and Farming's yearly Conference where socially and ecologically-minded farmers, producers, educators, and food retailers get together and trade ideas and knowledge.  Carriage House Farm's Farm Manager, Richard Stewart, led a group of Chef's Collaborative Members in a discussion panel designed to educate farmers and…
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Honey Bee Swarm Season Is Here!

It is that time of year!  Swarm season.  2016 looks to be starting early this year.  Typically, swarm season falls two weeks to either side of Mother's Day but this year we are already seeing honey bee swarms. What is a swarm?  It is a group, or colony, of honey bees, thousands, that are moving,…
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Garden Help Wanted!

Helping harvest Nasturtiums in the High Tunnel! Carriage House Farm is hiring for the 2016 Garden Season (April through November)!  Duties will include, but will not be limited to: harvesting and packing produce; planting and cultivation; opportunities may be available to work special events and we are also looking to train a few new market…
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