We have made it through all the complicated paperwork for our ORGANIC
certification. All our Lavender, Produce, Woodlot, Soaps & Lotion
will be certified by summer! The 20 farm acres fit all requirements.
The years of documentation & no cigarette butts paid off.
I just can't believe how involved certification is. It felt like we were buying another house.
I'll make a deal, the first person to find a cigarette butt on the property gets a $50 gift card to our gift shop!!
Let the game begin?
Posted by Mike
@ 11:26 AM EDT
Sponsored by Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm
WHEN: Saturday & Sunday, June 20, 21, 2009
WHERE: Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm, 2391 Martinsville Rd, Martinsville, OH 45146
TIME: 10am - 11pm Saturday, Sunday 10am - 7pm
COST: FREE admittance, Fees apply for Adult craft workshops and handpick.
CONTACT: Contact Kym Prell
Farm Tel. 513-322-2415, or Cell 937-944-0149
Peaceful Acres Lavender Farm will host Clinton County's first annual Lavender Field Day. The fields are filled with an acre of many different varieties of lavender in
Full bloom and here for Handpick visitors. Daily workshops will be held
for adults and children. Family matters on our farm so feel free to
bring the young ones to many of our workshops.
Child workshops are FREE and include Herb Sachet making , Chicken feeding , Giant sling shots, Nature Trails, and Recycled Instruments. Please Pre-register.
include Lavender Wreath, Lavender Wand crafting, and Gourd Instrument
crafting. Also learn how to build raised beds utilizing recycled
materials. Pre-registration required. Please contact us for cost.
Peaceful Acres is located .2 mile from the Historic Martinsville Rd. Covered Bridge. Come out handpick lavender
and spend the day with nature! You will be amazed what wild life can
bring to our fields. This is a don't miss invitation, our farms magic
is peaked on this weekend so rain or shine the farm is still here!
BRING YOUR CAMERA or Anything to draw, paint, write while you have
fun......and enjoy what nature has to offer on Ohio's Largest Lavender
Farm! "It is a great thing to
see, a farm taking recyclable trash and using it for their construction
projects. Especially the Earthship Biotecture we have been building
that is now close to completion. This place is going to be great," says
Jason, Earthship Biotech.
Posted by Mike
@ 11:21 AM EDT