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Retirement in Community

Retirement in Community

Retirement in Community This article originally appeared in our Spring 2016 Newsletter.  Thank you to Martha Cownap, Diedra Heitzman, Wendell Holland, and Sherry Wildfeuer. Camphill Village Kimberton Hills has been established in Kimberton, Pennsylvania for 44 years. Several residents have been here since the first days with […]

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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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Making the Choice for Community

Making the Choice for Community

Making the Choice for Community This article originally appeared in our Autumn 2015 Newsletter, with special thanks to Diedra Heitzman, Felicity Jeans, and Sherry Wildfeuer.   The history of Camphill began in the early 20th century with Rudolf Steiner, who was a philosopher, an editor of Goethe’s scientific […]

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Shellbark Hollow Farm to be featured at Camphill Kimberton’s January “What’s for Dinner?” Event

Shellbark Hollow Farm to be featured at Camphill Kimberton’s January “What’s for Dinner?” Event

Shellbark Hollow Farm to be featured at Camphill Kimberton’s January “What’s for Dinner?” Event Shellbark Hollow Farm makes award-winning, hand-made artisan goat cheeses. Cheesemaker Pete Demchur and his sister, Donna Levitsky, operate this family-run business, and the freshness of Shellbark Hollow Farm Cheese, typically less than a […]

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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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Camphill Cafe collection site for food drive in celebration of R. James Macaleer Day

Camphill Cafe collection site for food drive in celebration of R. James Macaleer Day

Camphill Cafe is collection site for food drive in celebration of R. James Macaleer Day Camphill Village Kimberton Hills is pleased to announce we will be a collection site for a food drive in celebration of R. James Macaleer Day. The late Jim Macaleer, a naval veteran, was CEO […]

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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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Make the Gift of a Lifetime

Make the Gift of a Lifetime

Make the Gift of a Lifetime: Turning Retirement Accounts into Charitable Good There is good news for donors in their 70s—and for the communities and causes they care about. A recently made permanent law makes it possible to give individual retirement account (IRA) assets to charity, free […]

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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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