Not a traditional harvest for a farmer, but when you’re the @innfarmer you harvest more than just vegetables> This amazing Cladonia Rangiferina is commonly known as Reindeer Moss> It’s fantastic for adding a green touch to live wood displays #innstyle#innfarm
Introducing our new #HerbHouse This may look like an empty greenhouse but to @innfarmer and @chefmichaelsmith it represents a full rethink of how our farm will work. This space will become an indoor herb garden for our early season starts. It’s so nice to have forward thinking and innovation on our farm now!
Hana Tsunomata seaweed> One of our favorite and most intriguing ingredients playing a starring role perched on our classic chowder @innatbayfortune> thank you AcadianSeaplants.com for all the amazing flavors! This particular variety is a type of miniature Irish moss. #innstyle
Final till before we switch things over to a no-till/low-till farm for next season! Soil health is the foundation of your farm and will be a huge part of our success for the coming years! #innstyle#innfarm
We are thrilled to welcome Farmer Kevin Petrie to The Inn. Kevin joins us from @langdonhall farm where he was a huge part of their world class hospitality. He knows he’s not just here to grow vegetables but to help fulfill our core mission of connecting our organic farm to our kitchen and guests. We are overjoyed to be joined by such a passionate, eloquent fellow as we collectively explore our #nextlevel#innstyle#innfarming#thesunisshining@petriekevin
So proud of our artisan baker @candace.bailey75, the connections she’s made and the gift we just received. That’s a jar of 100-year sourdough starter from a Colorado mountain lodge where it once made flapjacks for Earnest Hemingway. We’ll give it a good home! #innstyle