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Join our edible garden planning workshop, where farmers and educators from Yellow Farmhouse Education Center and Stone Acres Farm will lead participants through the process of creating customized garden designs - from seed to harvest. From selecting the perfect plants to arranging the layout, attendees will receive personalized guidance, leaving with a tailored blueprint to transform their outdoor spaces and a plan for the full growing season. Whether you're a novice or an experienced gardener, this interactive session provides the tools and expertise necessary to bring your botanical visions to life.

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Embark on an immersive journey through history with Anthony Caporale, exploring the rich tapestry of American spirits, their connection to American agricultural history, and early efforts to preserve food.  Each program features a masterful tasting experience with selections curated in partnership with Spencer and Lynn Wine & Spirits. Anthony is an internationally-renowned spirits author and educator, who serves as the Director of Spirits Education at New York's prestigious Institute of Culinary Education. He is also the author of the acclaimed The Imbible series which presents the captivating history of cocktails and spirits through hit musicals.

This series will take place in the historic Manor House at Stone Acres Farm on April 4 and 11 from 5:30-7PM - $60 per session, per person, 21+.

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Our Oyster programming was generously supported by: CT Humanities 

Yellow Farmhouse's talk with Danielle Dreilinger

author of "the secret history of home economics, how trailblazing women harnessed the power of home economics and changed the way we live"

Watch the video now to take a look into the fascinating history of home economics and how the field has shaped the way we eat and could help to create a better food future.
Funding from the CT Humanities allowed us to donate copies of Danielle's book to Stonington Free Library, Mystic and Noank Library, and the New London Public Library. 
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