9 07, 2023

Vintage Glampers in the White Pine Vortex of Harbor Country

2023-03-05T11:20:45-06:00July 9th, 2023|At Goldberry Woods, News, The Woods|

Tales from a Previous Owner This past year one of Goldberry’s previous owners, Gretchen, stopped by to visit. We love learning about the history of our property, so we listened intently as she told us how she had converted an old cottage into a Bed and Breakfast from 1993 to 2003. During her

1 07, 2023

Goldberry Woods Scavenger Hunt

2023-07-01T11:30:24-05:00July 1st, 2023|At Goldberry Woods, The Woods|

A few years ago Julie’s mom, Eileen, came to Goldberry Woods for her annual summer visit with a van filled to the brim with scavenged treasures. She had come up with the idea to create a scavenger hunt along the wooded trails at the back of the property. Being that she is a woman

23 01, 2023

Seed-Starting on an Organic Farm, Southwest Michigan

2023-03-05T11:35:16-06:00January 23rd, 2023|News, On the farm|

While it's still chilly outside, before the business swings back into the busy season, we start sowing our seeds. First, we make a master schedule of plant dates for each variety that we want to grow. This is based off of the predicted last frost date. Then, we cross-reference the information about gemination conditions

12 12, 2022

A Case of Crappy Soil: Growing Organic by the Lake Michigan Sand Dunes

2023-03-05T11:46:58-06:00December 12th, 2022|At Goldberry Woods, News, On the farm|

After eleven growing seasons and many experiments, our property has changed a lot. However, there is one problem that we haven’t been able to fix quite yet: naturally sandy soil. This is to be expected considering that Lake Michigan is less than a mile away, but it does make growing organic food considerable more

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