A different way of growing

A different way of growing

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Happy New Year

Happy New Year

Every New Year, we’re surrounded by calls to make ourselves different in some way. Exercise more, journal every day, detach from social media.

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Saying farewell to 2019

Saying farewell to 2019

This is our last email of the year. Our last of the decade - though since Snuck isn’t a decade old, that feels a little strange to say. (Who can say what we’ll look like when 2030 rolls around!) A lot has happened this year, most of it good.

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Not your typical farm

Not your typical farm

When people hear that I’m a farmer, they have a certain set of expectations. We all know what the prototypical farm looks like: long, straight rows of crops, maybe a few animals, a red barn, a silo. We have a picture in our minds of what we’ll see.

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Where to go next

Where to go next

We choose our directions for reasons that may not always be apparent. Sometimes we choose them because we feel called one way or another. Sometimes we choose them because we’re trying to be the person someone else wants us to be.

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Books to teach and inspire gardeners

Books to teach and inspire gardeners

As Christmas approaches, it’s time to get those gifts checked off our list. I know the feeling of being torn as you look at each name. I always want to get something personal, something that’s not just a gift for gift’s sake. 

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How I’m grateful

How I’m grateful

The coming holidays have me thinking a lot about gratitude. I think, in our modern lives, we sometimes push gratitude into a little to-do box. We take five minutes a day to be grateful, or include a line in our journals. But is that really what gratitude means? Is it something we do? Or is it a way that we live - a way of thinking, seeing, believing?

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Share what you know with a workshop on the farm

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.

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What I talk about when I talk about farming

What I talk about when I talk about farming

A few weeks ago, I spent the morning at a friend’s farm. We walked the fields, watching the day take shape. And, like we usually do when we get together, we talked.

This time, we were talking about something so basic that it’s hard to put into words. Somehow, in our meandering conversation, we started talking about what is real.

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The perfect winter DIY classes

The perfect winter DIY classes

For such a long time in our history, if people wanted something, they had to make it. There wasn’t a corner store that carried one of everything. You couldn’t just run to Target to get whatever you needed for the holiday, or pick up out-of-season veggies at the grocery store. Now, we can find pretty much whatever we want, whenever we want it.

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Feature on the work we do at Snuck.

Feature on the work we do at Snuck.

A little while ago, the editorial team from City Home Collective asked to visit the farm for a feature on their blog. We invited them to take a tour of Snuck Farm - and answered their questions along the way. In the City Home Collective team, we recognized kindred spirits.

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Join us for a new soap-making workshop you’ll love.

Join us for a new soap-making workshop you’ll love.

This whole year, we’ve taken great joy in bringing you workshops we know you’ll love. From new skills to new hobbies to new opportunities to expand your palate, we’ve kept new ideas coming. One of the highly requested workshops early on was a soap-making seminar. We’ve partnered with Olio Skincare to make it happen!

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My skin tells a story

My skin tells a story

The other day, after I’d harvested a new crop of kale and stripped off my gloves, I looked down at the backs of my hands. Then I looked again, startled. I don’t spend a lot of time examining my hands.

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Snuck Farm isn’t an I - it’s an us

Snuck Farm isn’t an I - it’s an us

My to-do list is long. Yours probably is, too. Every day, no matter how many items I check off, it seems that more sprout in their place. It’s the Medusa of to-do lists.

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Setting the table with something handmade

Setting the table with something handmade

If you’ve subscribed here for a while, or read our social media feed, you know that we care deeply about eating together. It’s a crucial family time, developing our relationships with each other and with the food we eat. We’re happier, calmer, and more connected when we eat together.

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Preserving time for calm

Preserving time for calm

It’s hard, in a houseful of people, to find space and time for yourself. There’s always a chore to do, always something to clean up, always a form to sign or a meal to prepare. People clamor for attention. Work clamors for attention.

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Year-round greens for your table

Year-round greens for your table

I love eating local. There’s nothing like visiting a farmers market and holding a piece of produce that was picked a few hours ago. It’s a whole-body experience. When you pick up a peach, it’s heavy and sweet-smelling.

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Year-round greens for your table

Year-round greens for your table

I love eating local. There’s nothing like visiting a farmers market and holding a piece of produce that was picked a few hours ago. It’s a whole-body experience. When you pick up a peach, it’s heavy and sweet-smelling. When you pick up an apple, it’s the tiniest bit rough, not polished with wax for long storage. When you rub your thumb over a pepper, it squeaks.

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Meaningful work comes from intentions

Meaningful work comes from intentions

When I was a kid, one of my jobs was helping Grandma clean up around the house. As I’m sure was true for many of you when you worked on your childhood chores, I was always tempted to rush through it. I wanted to cut corners, wiggling out of “just right” and into “good enough.”

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