Come learn more about this illness. Learn how to prevent it, how to deal with Lyme if you think you may have been exposed, how to work with your body and treatments if you are diagnosed, and how to prevent / deal with the long term issues. Most important, learn strategies so you have less to fear of Lyme.
This class will be lead by Pat Chichon, nurse practitioner, herbalist, homeopath, nutritional consultant, who has been practicing in South Hunterdon County, NJ, for over 30 years, and works with people of all ages. You can check out her website at www.Chrysalisc.com.
Sunday, July 16, 2017 from 1 – 3 pm
Plenty of Time for Questions!
This class is being hosted by and held at the North Slope Farmhouse, located on the corner of Route 579 and Rock Road East.
1701 Linvale-Harbourton Rd, West Amwell, NJ 08530
Class size is Limited – Please RSVP to reserve your space:
Call 609-647-9754 and leave your contact info and Date of Class, or email us at: NorthSlopeFarm@comcast.net
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Summer Solstice Celebration – at North Slope Farm
Wednesday June 21, 2017 – 7 pm and on..
Come early to visit our farmstand, swim and walk the Trail, Picnic, Hang Out…
Pot-Luck Dinner, BYOB, Live Music and Firelit night, Plus fireflies and Sunset..
Grill will be hot for grilling.. PS… we carry Green Duchess Sausages in Farmstand
Details: 1701 Linvale-Harbourton Road is the Location,
but extra parking and easier access from 386 Rock Road East – West Amwell NJ 08530
Carbon Sequestration at North Slope Farm; Wednesday June 21, 5-7pm
NOFA-NJ, the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey, invites you to visit North Slope Farm, 6 miles to the east of Lambertville, NJ, to discuss Carbon Sequestration, as it relates to agriculture.
PLEASE follow links, above, or from our Home Page, to NOFA-NJ to sign up for this workshop – Please become a member of NOFA and support Organic!
Soil Carbon Restoration: Can Biology do the job? ; Jack Kittredge, 8/14/15, www.NOFAmass.org
Farmer Mike will introduce the topic, as it relates to his experience and perspective. We will encourage participants to express their understanding or questions about Carbon Sequestration. Join the workshop on a walking tour of farming practices at North Slope.
North Slope Farm has served its communities, for over 20 years, with Organic Produce, Herbs and Flowers. In that time we have found Organic Practices, when actively applied, to build the vigor and viability of our soils. Cover-cropping, Living Mulches, reducing soil tillage and fostering wild areas and field strips are integral to a healthy future, and we are glad to share that with you!
North Slope Farm Event -Trail Walks
Saturdays at 9 am.
Meet at: Farmhouse Parking lot, 1701 Linvale-Harbourton Road, 08530.
Guided Trail Walk, to begin at 9 am.
Firm Ground, Winter Birds and Open Spaces.. for more info see the post Fall Trail Running..
Please RSVP to North Slope Farm to confirm your participation!
Informal Gathering of Friends, known and new,
we’ll be meeting each Wednesday, from 5-7,
at the Farmhouse, 1701 Linvale-Harbourton Rd (Route 579).
When we are lucky, Musicians will be in attendance…
North Slope Farm will provide samples of our Specialty Herb Infusions,
And a Market Table will be available for purchase of select items,
Our Specialty Herbs, Heirloom Tomato Goodness and Ketchup,
Our Fresh Eggs and Juice and Produce as conditions permit..
If considering joining us, please call ahead of time to confirm!
609-460-4636 – pls leave brief message with number to receive return call.
Tomato Fight 2016 –
We do not condone violence – in any form – though we acknowledge that LIFE is full of Challenges,
To face challenges we need to be strong, to be strong, we need to strive,
Throwing Rotten Tomatoes at each other, though somewhat violent, seems like a reasonably ok way to strive..
1)Tomatoes should splat.. If they are hard, they should be crushed before throwing, if with Stem – remove stem.
2)Only those who are prepared to be SPLATED, should enter the Tomato Fight Area.
3)No Tomato throwing outside of the tomato fight area. SERIOUSLY
Sunday September 11, 2016
5pm to 6:30 Potluck Dinner and Gathering @ NorthSlopeFarm 386 Rock Road East, West Amwell, NJ 08530
No later than 7pm, probably earlier, all participants will be brought to the Tomato Fight area and Warned..
Wear Shoes , Dont Come back until you are done, and assume you will twist your ankle, get snagged by Brambles,
and Stung by Stinging Nettle !!
Questions? email us at NorthSlopeFarm@comcast.net
All are Welcome – if its your first time – seek out Yellow T-Shirted folks for orientation !
- Wear sneakers, close toed shoes, that you dont mind never wearing again!
- Bring a change of clothes
- bring a towel (swimming pool available for plunging into)
- Introduce yourself to Farm Staff and Friends (wearing Yellow T-Shirts) – ask for Mike, for official welcome..
- Come prepared to relax or strive, or both, enjoy the evening !!
Food Safety Workshop – NOFA-NJ, Department of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension
Hosted at North Slope Farm, farming organically for over twenty years, in the Garden State of New Jersey.
Wednesday September 7 ; 3 pm – 5 pm, followed by discussions, music and refreshments at our Farmstand (1701 Linvale-Harbourton Rd).
EVENT LOCATION: 386 Rock Road East, West Amwell, NJ 08530
Closest intersection – Route 579 and Rock Road East, Between Routes 518 and 31.
PLEASE REGISTER with NOFA-NJ: http://www.nofanj.org/announcements/food-safety-workshop
There will be a presentation of important information for growers and food handlers, followed by a tour of North Slope’s food handling operation, focusing on the topics and questions raised.
Following the event, participants are encouraged to linger and enjoy some live music and light refreshments.
Summer Solstice 2016
North Slope Farm FarmHouse, 1701 Linvale- Harbourton Rd, West Amwell, NJ 08530
June 20 – Monday 7 pm into the night… Got kids? bring em early for a swim, we’ll be probably be there swimming too, take a walk on the farm, down to the pond, check for ticks!
Winter is truly gone now and Summer is Here. Over the Years, The transitions surprise me, as they often have already happened, and are moving on to the next season, before I really know it!
SO we gather, to take a moment in the rush, to honor the Sun, and our relation to it – and we hope you’ll come celebrate this special time with us.
We’ll be chilling by the pool, the grill will be hot for you to throw something on to eat, there will be salads and desserts that the community brings to share.
Bring a blanket, frisbee, lawn chair, enjoy the evening and our shared world – Happy Solstice to ya – Hope to see you there !