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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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What is the World Wide Weave Exhibit?

What is the World Wide Weave Exhibit?

The World Wide Weave – What is it? Contributed by Peter Bateson, Camphill Foundation U.K. & Ireland and Exhibition Curator After more than a year of preparation, the World Wide Weave Exhibition has become a reality. The project involves hundreds of people all over the Camphill Movement in […]

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Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Nettle

Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Nettle

Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Nettle From time to time we will be featuring different herbs from the Secret Garden Herb Garden on our blog to spread the word about amazing herbs and how to incorporate them into your life.   Thank you to our guest blogger, Kelly Stanley […]

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February 26 is CSA Day – shares available at Sankanac CSA

February 26 is CSA Day – shares available at Sankanac CSA

February 26th is CSA Day – a great day to join Sankanac CSA Community supported agriculture (CSA)  is the business model for direct-marketing farmers in which individuals and families commit to buy from one farmer for an entire season. CSA Day celebrates this model and all that small farmers […]

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Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Calendula

Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Calendula

Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Calendula From time to time we will be featuring different herbs from the Secret Garden Herb Garden on our blog to spread the word about amazing herbs and how to incorporate them into your life.   Thank you to our guest blogger, Kelly Stanley […]

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Blue Egg Nourishment will feature handcrafted ferments at January’s What’s for Dinner? event

Blue Egg Nourishment will feature handcrafted ferments at January’s What’s for Dinner? event

Blue Egg Nourishment will feature handcrafted ferments at January’s What’s for Dinner? event What’s for Dinner? January 2016 will feature ferments prepared by Tamara Sheen, founder of Blue Egg Nourishment, crafting “simple foods for complex times.” Tamara is a Certified Healing Foods Specialist and loves to teach and […]

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Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Sage

Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Sage

Secret Garden’s Featured Herb: Sage From time to time we will be featuring different herbs from the Secret Garden Herb Garden on our blog to spread the word about amazing herbs and how to incorporate them into your life.   Thank you to our guest blogger, Kelly […]

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Visit our Craft Shop for unique gifts

Visit our Craft Shop for unique gifts

Visit our Craft Shop for Holiday Shopping The Camphill Village Kimberton Hills Craft Shop is a unique and wonderful place to do your holiday shopping. The shop features a wide range of one-of-a-kind items including woven, knit and felted handmade crafts. Many items are made from recycled […]

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CVKH’s Mosaic Workshop announces first public art show and sale

CVKH’s Mosaic Workshop announces first public art show and sale

Kimberton Hills’ Mosaic Workshop hosts sale and reception on September 11, 2015 Camphill Village Kimberton Hills’ Mosaic Workshop will host its first public art show and sale, with art work on display in the Camphill Café throughout September and October. A reception, open to the public, will […]

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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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