Happenings

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    Easter menu

    This year Easter is mid April which hopefully will feel a little more spring-like than last year's end of March timing. We will certainly be ready for some spring time vibes even though the winter, yet again, hasn't really been so bad apart from Stella the blizzard and the fact it seems to be draggi[...]
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    2017 Spring Workshops: A Day Of Inspiration, Ideas And Delicious Food At The Farm

    One-day workshop places now available for Thursday May 18th and Friday 19th. Our good friend and inspiration, David Hieatt, returns to the farm this Spring for two of his very popular workshops: How To Build  A Great Brand With Very Little Money and How A Simple Newsletter can Transform Your Busine[...]
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    Farm dinner in collaboration with Kitchen Cultivars project

    **  SOLD OUT ** We are looking at the possibility of adding another supper date if possible. Stay tuned. Reserve your seats here We are having another small farm dinner at 6.30pm for 16 people up in the farmhouse on Thursday February 2nd and we'd love you to attend. Last year some might reme[...]

Features

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    Ten Questions For Grazin'

    For the latest little feature on people at or connected with our farm we sat down with Andrew ('Chip') Chiappinelli  who is chef-owner at Grazin' Diner in Hudson, NY. Most weeks of the year we supply Animal Welfare Approved eggs produced by our organically-fed hens here at Little Ghent Farm. There's[...]
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    Urban Exodus Project Features Our Story

    Photo: Alissa Hessler A while back husband and wife team Alissa and Jacob Hessler came to visit Little Ghent farm from their home base in Maine. Over the past few years, Alissa has been working on finding, connecting with and photographing a network of creative people who decided to leave their u[...]
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    Questions for The Little Ghent Farm Architects & Builder

    "Who was your architect?", "who was your builder?" Aside from "is there any bread today?" these are two of the most frequently asked questions here at Little Ghent Farm.  Some visitors have barely left their cars and these words, or a variation of them, are spilling out. In this post we have asked N[...]