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Events and Workshops - (Comments Off on Lyme Disease Informational Class – Sunday July 16, 1-3pm)
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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Events and Workshops - (Comments Off on Summer Solstice Celebration 2017)
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
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Events and Workshops - (Comments Off on Carbon Sequestration at North Slope Farm)
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!
FarmStand - (Comments Off on Green Duchess Farm Pork and Poultry at North Slope Farm)
Green Duchess Farm Pork and Poultry now available at North Slope FarmStand on Wednesdays 2pm-7pm!
We are pleased to work with Farmer Jessica, to offer Locally Raised,
Sausages and Chicken breasts. The product is harvested continuously through the year,
At North Slope FarmStand it will be available from our Freezer,
or by special order, from Green Duchess Farm!
FarmStand - (Comments Off on Farmstand at North Slope Farm)
Thank You for your Interest in Local, Organic Produce!
At North Slope Farm, our focus is regenerative production,
and contributing to a Just and Humane, Food System.
2017 – North Slope FarmStand opened this past Wednesday, and will be open each Wednesday into the darkening days of Autumn!
As a worker at the Farmstand, I was sincerely gratified by the friends and returning supporters of our opening efforts! Thank You for your Support and Encouragement!
North Slope has reached out to neighboring farms, to add their produce to the stand – Fulper Dairy Farm, and Green Duchess Meats, as well as Solebury Orchards and we’ll be looking for a mushroom connection. The farmstand is tiny, but the quality you’ll find is Huge, and your support goes directly into encouraging more and better farming, fostering your food security. Seedlings are available now and in the coming weeks a variety of fresh, frozen and bottled local products will be at your service!
Serving the needs of Commuters on Route 579, located at 1701 Linvale-Harbourton Rd (1 mile north of Route 518), the first driveway north of Rock Road East..
Invest in your Health and Future – eat Quality Food, that is Locally Grown!
CSA - Flowers and Herbs - (Comments Off on Flower and Herb CSA 2017)
Monthly Summary - (Comments Off on Monthly Summaries – Introduction)
North Slope Farm, Certified Organic Production and Training, New Jersey
Records posted below : 2009 – 2014
Scrolling through the posts below, you gain an insight into our operation, through Monthly Summaries of our daily log and specific data collection. Each Trainee was required to contribute to the Record, which starts January 2009, and continues to November 2014, Six Years! 2016 was the last official year of our Training program, and the final participants were allowed to skip the Monthly Summary that was previously required. The Trainees posted the summaries at the beginning of each month, but using data from the previous year (hence the monthly summaries are missing 2015 and 2016). Our Website crashed early on and we lost the Summaries from 2006-2008. We also lost the trainee Personal Element Focus Summaries 2006-2008.
The posts are chronological, going backwards in time, and are amazingly consistent in the subject matter year to year, month to month. Trainees used the daily log and relevant data (market records, irrigation logs, etc) to flesh out a description of what happens in a month. The process not only gave the trainees a sense of what to expect in their coming month, but also built an appreciation for good record keeping, and the amazing amount of activity that occurs on a small farm.
Each month is presented according to the Hours worked in each Element of the Operation and lists items or activities of significance. The Elements of the Operation were used to focus the Trainees on specific topics and tasks. Taken as a whole, it is very difficult to comprehend the multiple forces and factors that shape a farm. By breaking the Operation into Elements, Trainees were able to gain deeper understanding of specific topics, while learning to appreciate the energy also required by multiple other fields of study and action.
Use this record to review what you can expect in the next month… or compare one year to another.. there is tons of Data, and it is augmented by our Season Summaries, which provide comparable Yield, Labor and Financial Data from 2006 – 2016!
Enjoy ! Please Share and use in research and discussion.. and please credit NorthSlopeFarm.com in any reproductions or presentations..