Category Archives: Farm Updates

Willsboro Farmer’s Market

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Starting Thursdays June 15th and ending on September 7th, we will be at the Willsboro Farmer’s Market from 9-1pm. It will be our first time at this market as vendors. What is great about it is that it is so close to the farm. One of us can bake and prep bread for Friday’s farmer’s […]

Mad Dash to Farmers’ Market Season

Well it’s finally here. It’s officially Farmers’ Market Season here in the Adirondacks! The Winter Farmer’s Markets we attended in Westport at the Heritage House gave us a great boost in support and experience. Being our first ever market, it was similar to a “soft opening.” These off-season monthly markets provided us the perfect testing […]

Winter Farmer’s Market in Westport

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Saturday January 28th, was the start of the Chinese New Year (the Year of the Rooster or the Fire Red Hen) and it also marked a major milestone for our artisan bread as we attended our first farmer’s market! It came about a lot faster than we thought. We were contacted on our Facebook page […]

Breadery Update

Help Us Get Fired Up

“Where’s the bread?” “I want bread!” Well, the wood-fired bread oven is nearly complete but hasn’t been fired up just yet. Unfortunately a monkey wrench was thrown into the works and we were temporarily thrown off track. Luckily, we’re back on the roller coaster and busy working it all out. Staying Positive Despite not baking […]

Bread Oven Rising

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While mortar sets and concrete cures, this is a time of anticipation and delight for a project that has been in the works for a long time now. There is a bread oven rising here right before our eyes at Triple Green Jade Farm. With the support of friends, family, our community and even Kiva […]

Bread Oven, Zoning and Farming

Sometimes it’s better to beg for forgiveness, than ask for permission. I love that saying and I have been thinking about it recently. We ran into a small snag with our town zoning board, not with building necessarily but the issue was with selling a few loaves of bread direct out of our proposed farm […]

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