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Whats for Dinner? celebrates the local foods movement

Whats for Dinner? celebrates the local foods movement

What’s for Dinner? celebrates the local foods movement, and kicks off its 3rd year!  As we prepare to once again answer the age-old question, “What’s for Dinner?” I smile to remember back to our first event, two years ago. We have learned a lot since then, from […]

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Biodynamic Preparations: Chamomile

Biodynamic Preparations: Chamomile

Biodynamic Preparations: Chamomile Thank you to our guest blogger, Kelly Stanley from our Herb Garden, who in a series of blog posts, will introduce the herbs used in biodynamic practices.  Kimberton Hills operates a biodynamic farm.  Biodynamics is a holistic, ecological and ethical approach to farming, gardening, food and […]

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Biodynamic Preparations: Dandelion

Biodynamic Preparations: Dandelion

Biodynamic Preparations: Dandelion Thank you to our guest blogger, Kelly Stanley from our Herb Garden, who in a series of blog posts, will introduce the herbs used in biodynamic practices.  Kimberton Hills operates a biodynamic farm.  Biodynamics is a holistic, ecological and ethical approach to farming, gardening, food and […]

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Sustainable Agriculture Education: Sankanac CSA & Green Interns

Sustainable Agriculture Education: Sankanac CSA & Green Interns

Sustainable Agriculture Education: Sankanac CSA & Green Interns This article originally appeared in our Summer 2015 newsletter.  Thanks to Lyla Kaplan for her input. Kimberton Hills’ biodynamic farm became one of the first Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms in the country, the Sankanac CSA. It supplies produce […]

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Beaver Farm joins Camphill Kimberton for January’s “What’s for Dinner?” Event

Beaver Farm joins Camphill Kimberton for January’s “What’s for Dinner?” Event

Beaver Farm joins Camphill Kimberton for January’s “What’s for Dinner?” Event Camphill Village Kimberton Hills is pleased to share it will be featuring beef from nearby Beaver Farm at our next “What’s for Dinner?” fundraising event, set for January 30, 2016. The Transition Program at Beaver Farm is a pre-vocational […]

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MC Richards: why she chose Camphill Kimberton

MC Richards: why she chose Camphill Kimberton

MC Richards on why she chose Camphill Village Kimberton Hills Poet, painter and potter MC Richards came to live at Camphill Village Kimberton Hills in 1984, as an artist-in-residence. “Agriculture weaves through the fabric of my life as vividly as the threads of pottery, art, education, and inner […]

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The Farm at Doe Run and Sly Fox Beer are returning for June’s What’s for Brunch Event

The Farm at Doe Run and Sly Fox Beer are returning for June’s What’s for Brunch Event

The Farm at Doe Run and Sly Fox Beer are returning for June’s What’s for Brunch Event Camphill Village Kimberton Hills is thrilled to have partnered again with The Farm at Doe Run and Sly Fox Beer for our next What’s for Dinner event, set for June 21. The […]

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Shares available at Sankanac CSA for the 2015 season

Shares available at Sankanac CSA for the 2015 season

Shares available at Sankanac CSA Camphill Village Kimberton Hills announces that shares are available for Sankanac CSA’s 2015 season. The deadline to join is March 31. Part of Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, the biodynamic 15-acre garden operates as the 200-member Sankanac CSA, which stands for Community Supported […]

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Blue Marble Cysery’s Chris and Lisa visit the Kimberton Hills orchard

Blue Marble Cysery’s Chris and Lisa visit the Kimberton Hills orchard

Blue Marble Cysery’s Chris and Lisa visit the Kimberton Hills orchard Thank you to guest blogger, Brendan Tracy! As further preparations for our What’s for Dinner? event ensue, Chris and Lisa Firey of Blue Marble Cysery paid a visit to our orchard and herb garden yesterday. “I […]

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Chef Seth Williams stops by our gardens to decide “What’s for Dinner?”

Chef Seth Williams stops by our gardens to decide “What’s for Dinner?”

Chef Seth Williams stops by our gardens to decide What’s for Dinner? In preparation for our upcoming farm to table event, Chef Seth Williams visited Camphill Village Kimberton Hills to meet with our gardeners and dairy farmer, take a walk around our herb and CSA gardens, and […]

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