Turner Farm is one of 3 working farms remaining within the village of Indian Hill. It has been in operation since the early 1800's. In 1994, under the stewardship of Bonnie Mitsui, it became a farm devoted to growing organically. The farm is home to a variety of plants and animals, both domestic and wild. There are open pastures for the sheep and chickens interspersed with gardens and fields. Hedgerow and meadow mix with wooded areas. Wetland runoff feeds the pond.
Big news coming later this week about our draft horse program. In the meantime, check out this video about farming with draft horses featuring none other than Leah Bartel, Turner Farm draft horse program supervisor.
Healthier, more delicious AND easier meals? Seems impossible, right? Check out this short video on stocking a pantry from Merav Canaan and the Stanford School of Medicine. A few spaces are still available for "Stocking a Healthy Pantry" on Thursday in the Turner Farm Teaching Kitchen. Register at http://turnerfarm.org/teaching-kitchen/