A field of organic oats swaying in the wind.
Young apple tree and cover crop in June’s brilliant greenery!
Winter is cold and beautiful! Snowshoeing is a wonderful way to enjoy the farm. (As is a hot cup of tea in the cozy farmhouse.)
Enjoy our walking trails and old farm roads … stroll, paint, write, and breathe in the fresh air!
View of the St. John River and Mt. Carmel. There is river access from the Grand Isle Boat Launch, just a mile down the road.
The Farmhouse, built by Hector Dumais. The Cook family bought it from Hector’s son, Valier Dumais, in 1995.
The sunporch, a cozy breakfast nook in warm weather.
If you visit in July or August, you’re likely to enjoy some fresh-picked raspberries or blackberries with your breakfast.
August thundershowers bring out glistening beauty … and rainbows!
One of the beaver ponds on the land. This one is right on a walking trail.
Our sustainably managed forest is full of shade, quiet, woodland animals, and surprising finds.
The rolling hills are full of wildflowers and herbal plants. We are excited about hosting wild gathering learning workshops.
An old farm truck in a sea of meadow grass.
The hillside near the farmhouse is covered with raspberries. July and early August is the best time to come to enjoy this treat!
Our walking trails are a mixture of old farm roads, footpaths, logging trails from our sustainable forest woodlot, and sections that connect to the valley-wide ATV trail.
We view the land as sacred and treat it with love and respect. We have been an organic farm for over 20 years.