Meet the team: Sheryl

After being an active CSA and FSC member for more than a decade, Sheryl Rome has officially joined the team at Stout Oak Farm.   Sheryl was born in New York and grew up in the tristate area. She studied Fashion Merchandising at F.I.T. in New York City, and began her career over thirty years […]

Meet the team: Mekala

Mekala first caught the farming  bug 10 years ago while apprenticing on an organic vegetable operation in the Berkshires. Since then, she has worked on several farms throughout Maine, MA, and NH. 2023 will be her fourth season at Stout Oak Farm! She’s the Field Manager and in that role you’ll see her heading up […]

Around the farm this week

  Now that things are growing in the greenhouse, it feels like the farm is ramping up fast. While the seedlings grow, we’re also trying to squeeze in a few more team meetings to make sure our new team members get trained up and check in with each other as we work on projects. One […]

Meet the team: Amber

Meet Amber Walker Wilson! When not at Stout Oak farming, Amber’s busy family of six (4 teenagers!) tend a large scale home garden. “Since I began farming in 2016, as a way to work/live, I feel like I have found my happy place, my home away from home! My commitment to farming stems from the […]

Meet the Team: Kate

Kate has been farming for 20 years, and was first was drawn to farming as a career while working on urban agriculture projects in New York City after college. She trained at the Farm and Garden apprenticeship program at the University of California at Santa Cruz and then worked on farms in California and Massachusetts […]

Terrateck Test Drive

Mekala and Sara Zoë finished putting together the Terrateck Finger Weeder and took it for a test drive in the Little House, where we don’t have anything growing in the ground right now. Right away we like some things – the forward movement is very smooth and doesn’t take a lot of effort. The rubber […]

field report

It’s been a slow start this spring, due to the cool, damp, dark weather pattern – but things have started to shift, and our crops are really growing now!  Here’s a quick photo update from the field (and greenhouses)!