Share what you know with a workshop on the farm

November 21, 2019

Share what you know with a workshop on the farm

In the past year, we have brought people together around learning. We have invited people to Snuck Farm to learn about cooking, soap making, crafts, chickens, beekeeping, gardening, and more. We’ve called our effort the Modern Homestead. It nods to our core commitment: keeping skills alive in a fresh way, and incorporating old knowledge into a new world.

This coming year, we’re expanding our creative community. Do you have a skill you think our members would love to learn? Do you have a secret (or not-so-secret) passion for music, or art, or baking, or natural living, or something else you want to share? Bring it to our kitchen, our barn, or any of our other spaces around the farm.

If you have a workshop, class, or program you can lead in one of the following categories, please write us back and let us know.

  • Kids education
  • Adult cooking
  • Growing
  • Gardening
  • Craftsmanship
  • Art
  • Baking
  • Music
  • Health and Wellness
  • Natural Living

We’d love to explore partnering with you. We have the space. You have the skill. Let’s bring them together to make something magical.

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- Farmer and Cultivator






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