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Notes from the Heart...

Thanksgiving Farm Fare

Want some yummy local food for
Thanksgiving?  Visit the annual
Stonewall Farm Fare --
an annual
event held this year on Friday,
November 20th,  5-8 pm
and Saturday, November 21, 9 am  
-3 pm
at the farm in Keene,
New Hampshire.  

Stonewall Farm will feature top-quality locally-produced products and
ingredients from over 30 vendors for Thanksgiving feasts as well as handmade
crafts from local artisans. Each year the Farm hosts the Fare to support local
agriculture and encourage people to buy locally-produced food. This event
draws visitors each year to sample a real “taste of the farm,” including locally-
raised natural meats, artisan breads, organic vegetables and specialty food
products. Juried crafters will also have products available to help you get a jump
start on the Holiday season! Admission: $1 per person to help with the cost of the
event.  Phone: 603-357-7278 or visit:
Stonewall Farm.  ~ Marcia

This Week's Stories:

Feature: Free Range Turkeys in Maine, New Hampshire & Vermont
Looking for a plump, healthy, free-range turkey for Thanksgiving or Christmas?  
If you’re in Maine, New Hampshire or Vermont, here are some local farms where
you can get them...

Garden: Late Fall Perennial Garden Tips
If you're like me and haven't quite got your perennial garden in top shape, fall is
a great time to catch up and have it ready for rapid spring growth.  Fall is more
leisurely, it is more cooling working outside, weeds don't grow back, and you
can go into winter feeling a sense of order and accomplishment. Here are 10
activities I "try" to get to each fall...

Recipe: Chicken Stew with Bacon and Tarragon
A perfect recipe for a chilly November night...

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Greetings from.
The Heart
of New England!

Notes from the Heart:
Thanksgiving Farm Fare
Stonewall Farm, Keene

Feature:
Order Your Free Range
New England Turkey for
Thanksgiving

New England Garden:
Late Fall
in the Perennial Garden

Recipe:
Chicken Stew with
Bacon & Tarragon

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Frugal Yankee Tips &
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