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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)!                    

Getting Herbaceous for Years to Come

The Stout Oak Farm crew got down to business last fall, cultivating sleeping soil, dividing up some gorgeous flower and herb crowns, and taking steps to begin the transformation of bare ground near our “Big House” hoophouse to establish our new perennial herb garden! We’re looking forward to our 2019 “To-Do” list with the addition […]

Soil health, a topic that is here to stay

One past chilly Sunday in March, farmers from all over New Hampshire came to participate in the annual NH NOFA winter conference in Concord, NH.( NOFA = National Organic Farmers Association). This annual convergence of organic farmers and others involved in the local organic food system is a place to learn about what is “hot” […]

Winter farm planning

As we get ready to ramp up seeding in the greenhouse, we thought we’d let you know a bit of what we have been up to these past few months. Winter is much more than a time of hibernation at Stout Oak Farm; it wasn’t just snuggling with Henry the new farm puppy….really. As the […]