A Wrinkle in Thyme Farm

A Wrinkle in Thyme Farm is women owned and operated, a small, diversified organic farm in the foothills of the Western Mountains of Maine. The farm has a draft horse, Border Leicester, Finn, and Romney sheep, and laying hens. Farm products include sheep for breeding, yarn, needle felted art and felting supplies and roving, pure maple syrup from red and sugar maples, organic eggs, wool and wool products, We breed for incredibly soft, pure wool'.

We are actively growing our fiber community by adding a fiber processing building we call "Tesseract", doing traditional skills in new ways. This building includes a farm store, a dye kitchen, gathering and learning space, and "do it yourself" facilities for washing, picking and carding wool. These facilities will be made available to local fiber growers and artists who want to process their own fiber.

We offer gatherings within a peaceful and healthy environment. There are opportunities to learn traditional skills, enjoy fiber arts and practice creative expression amidst the daily and seasonal rhythms of our small, diversified farm.

Sustainability is a long-term goal and guiding principle. We protect and enhance the soil, water, and other natural resources, produce high-quality food, seek to build a thriving rural economy, and experience a healthy life. We are committed to honoring these principles in everything we do.

We nurture our connections with family, community and the earth. We have a passion for spending time with nature in the woods. We value collaboration, integrity, simple living and sustainable agriculture. We provide individuals and families within the local communities with food and fiber products at a fair price.


Listing last updated on Aug 12, 2012

We are the first farm in Maine to offer CSA Fiber Shares!

Membership in our CSA offers... Learning about the amazing animals that grow your fiber, Enjoying our farm as a peaceful, creative and positive atmosphere. Gatherings for fiber arts, pasture and woods walks. Receiving periodic newsletters that keep you informed about the farm Hands on Learning workshops Fiber products from our animals.

Limited number of CSA Shares available

Season:  Year round

Type:  single farm

Since:  1997

# of Shares:  30

Full Share:  $100/share/year that can be used monthly or all at once.

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Great Falls Farmers Market, Lewiston, Maine
St. Mary's Nutrition center, 3rd Thursday of each month January thru May
5:30 to 7 pm

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