Elderslie Farm Blog

Elderslie Farm Blog

Land Stewards

One of my hopes for our American culture is to elevate land stewardship and ecology to the level of our most revered professions.  As the sense of difficulty and economic

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Meet Chasity

I first was introduced to Elderslie in the summer of 2019 when I was working at a peach and apple orchard, Meadowlark Farm. I was a lead farm hand in

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Blackberries

Why Blackberries

Hindsight may show clearly our actions, but out motivations are never quite easy to see. When asked, “Why Blackberries.” I am afraid with all the benefits of distance from the

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Looking for Milk in the Weeds

Here at Elderslie we are passionate about pasture, browse and fresh air for our goats. First of all it’s just a basic belief that keeping an animal in confinement its

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Berry-pampering

I love oysters. They make me think of berries in the spring. With the buds breaking we’re entering four weeks where the berries are at their most vulnerable and they

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On the Edge of Joy

I am drawn to slow processes that create beauty. It’s why I adore agriculture, why fermentation is something I am awed by and surround myself with. At the turning of

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