Behold! thy fields and farms

Notes From the Currant Farm

Coyote howling in the snow

The Solace of Cold

First of February hung on a moonless night as a thousand miles away amonster comprised of rain, snow and ice rolled across the continent towardsthe...

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Monarchs & Milkweed

Monarchs & Milkweed

The Milkweed bloomed this past week here on the Currant Farm. Milkweed is the common name for the genus of plants called Asclepias named after the ...

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Fireflies are crepuscular (from the Latin crepusculum meaning twilight)

Harvest & Fireflies

Bringing in the harvest is always a time of celebration and reassurance. I’m reassured that another crop has been successfully grown and harvested....

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The CurrantC™ Farm is proud to have over 150 types of environmentally friendly plants, trees, and flowers, many of them acting as natural pollinators for our nearly 1 million honey bees.

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