It is in fact impossible
for any culture
to be sound and healthy
without a proper regard
for the soil,
no matter how many urban dwellers
think that their food
comes from groceries
and delicatessens
or their milk from tin cans. 
      from Regard For The Soil                                                                                                   An Easy Essay by Peter Maurin

Latest News from the Farm

  • Volunteers and visitors
    Two snowstorms have delayed some of our winter projects, but students from Misericordia University continue to volunteer, this time helping with some farm chores and prep for the rebuilding of the greenhouse, as well as some picking and carding of wool. They are becoming a regular fixture here at the farm.

    We had a nice visit with a deacon and a seminarian for the Congregation of Holy Cross (C.S.C.), the first stationed at our local Kings College, the other visiting. We gave them a tour of the farm and had a wonderful “clarification of thought” as we explained our mission. They were sent home with a bag of handmade hats and mittens to distribute at the soup kitchen in Wilkes-Barre and an open invitation to return. 

    Larry has updated his blog. You can enjoy it here, or in the sidebar. 

    Please send us your prayer intentions, which we include in our Morning Prayer each day. Let us pray for one another!

    Posted Feb 9, 2018, 8:39 AM by Carmina Chapp
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