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Community Stories Farm & Wilderness Waterfront is Open – Passes Now Available

We are excited to let you know that swimming will open at Farm & Wilderness this Friday, July 3rd, with lifeguards for Plymouth and Killington residents and those staying in those two towns who have met the State quarantine guidelines. Passes are required for access and must be acquired in advance, along with a signed […]

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Community Stories Scaffolded list of anti-racist resources

Here you will find a working document created by Anna Stamborski, Nikki Zimmermann, and Bailie Gregory. It was originally shared with Farm & Wilderness by Ann-Marie White, a current board member. It is a scaffolded list of anti-racist resources. No matter where you or your friends are in the journey, there are always resources for […]

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Community Stories Statement from our Board of Trustees

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was murdered. The Farm & Wilderness and Ninevah Foundations stand for the Quaker values of simplicity, peacemaking, integrity, community, equity, and service. The Board of Trustees unequivocally stands against racism, hatred, police brutality, and condemns the murder of George Floyd. Quakers believe that there is that of God in […]

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Community Stories Three Bears Chicken Recipe from the SAM kitchen

Courtesy of Sam Arfer 1. Lay out your favorite form of chicken (dark meat, white meat, bone-in, wings, boneless) in a baking dish. 2. Sprinkle lightly with salt and pepper and bake at 350 until almost done (chicken must be cooked to an internal temperature of 165). 3. While it’s cooking, whisk together these three […]

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Community Stories Making Art in Nature: Andy Goldsworthy Style

Andy Goldsworthy is a famous environmentalist who creates incredible statues using nature as his medium while in the outdoors. In a recent article, he explains five lessons that creatives can learn. They are: Don’t copy, embrace discomfort/always push yourself, understand your materials, dig deep, and trust the ones you love. You can see some of […]

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Community Stories Woodstock Area Relief Fund

This letter comes to us from Farm & Wilderness community members Jim and Mac Berkman and Tesha Buss and explains a great way to support our town of Plymouth and the surrounding areas. — We are writing to you today representing a group of Plymouth volunteers trying to get the word out about the Woodstock […]

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Community Stories Indian Brook Sing-Along Lyrics

Here is a look at some of the songs that will be sung during the Indian Brook Sing-Along on May 9th. We look forward to seeing everyone there! Song of the Soul by Cris Williamson Today by John Denver Peace I Ask of Thee Oh River – Folk Song Big Italian Rose – Fred Small […]

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Community Stories Popovers Recipe: A Vermont Classic

Want to impress your family with a breakfast treat that is surprisingly easy to make? If you possess a muffin tin and the ability to not peek in the oven mid-bake, try this easy recipe for a Vermont classic, popovers! It’s very likely you already have all the ingredients on hand. Ingredients: 5 tablespoons melted […]

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Community Stories Natural Shelters: A Place to Hang Out

Camp isn’t the only place where you can make a natural shelter. Do you live somewhere where there are trees? Or a safe side of your house or building? Gather sticks or scrap boards from places in your neighborhood you can safely walk to, then lean them against the tree or building to make a […]