Posts tagged Wild Grace Farm Store
Wild Grace Farm Featured in Penobscot Bay Pilot

“One of our favorite day trips (or even half-day) is hopping in one of our old cars and heading out to Waldo County. Liberty has blossomed during the past several years and it was very fun to write about Wild Grace Farm. Even more exciting was seeing yet another couple in their twenties realize their dream of moving to Maine and starting a sustainable business. Best of luck to Alexandra and Francis!

My suggested game plan? Head to Liberty and grab a bite at 51 Main, walk it off by exploring the Liberty River Walk trails and then head back up into the village and hit Liberty Graphics Fine Printed T-shirts, the iconic Liberty Tool Co. and the absolutely outstanding Liberty Head Arts & Found (be careful-- that little store is AH-MAZING). Hop in the car and head out to Route 3 for a tasty beer (or two) at Lake St. George Brewing Company. If you have any room, you might consider heading further up the road to John's Ice Cream. Stop at Wild Grace Farm store and cafe on your way home to stock up on yummy, beautiful provisions (that's where I got the ramps folks were asking about!) locally made products and more.”

Jenna Lookner, Penobscot Bay Pilot

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JOIN US FOR OUR GRAND OPENING PARTY: SATURDAY 6/29: 2-7 PM

Your are cordially invited to attend our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Grand Opening Party on Saturday, June 29th from 2-7 PM. Check out the event flyer for full details.

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New Store Hours

Thank you for an amazing first 4 weeks! We are so thrilled to be able to serve this community with healthy, fresh, local food. Please note our hours are changing this week! New hours are:
Monday-Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday-Saturday: 8-5
Sunday: 11-5

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New Road Signs are Up!

Final major road sign done for Wild Grace!

Francis and Zachary (visiting from California) gave me a hand with final installation. Carolyn had the template made and I painted and built the sign, adding the leaf and branch designs to mimic as close as we could the Wild Grace logo.

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Week 1 of csa off to great start

Week one of our CSA is off to a great start. This weeks crate included rhubarb, chard, chives, spinach, lettuce, bee balm, and an herb salt blend all from us. CSA members also received some Maine (responsibly) foraged fiddleheads and ramps this week as an extra goodie.

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We've got Super Fresh Back 40 Bake House Bread

We’ve got super fresh Back 40 bake house bread! Check out their new labels! As of this week, they are officially certified organic! We use Back 40 bread in all of our sandwiches and toasts here at the Wild Grace Farm Store. If you haven’t tried their bread yet, come by for a sample...you’ll want to leave with a loaf. 

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Fresh Chicken Eggs

Wild Grace Farm Store has a “soft opening” in the next few weeks. Check out the beautiful eggs we collected today and be sure to check out the younger chicks and young ducks that will soon be adding their eggs to the overall total.

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Orchard planted on a Rainy Day

When your bare root tree order is ready, the forecast is for rain all day and this is the day you have to plant...you still proceed! 48 apple, peach and plum trees planted in the rain with Francis, Alexandra, and Joseph Stewart. That’s me (Craig Watson) dripping, but very happy in the middle. Meanwhile, Francis’ mom Joanne was helping back at the house organizing and Carolyn brought us all lunch! We are in countdown mode for “soft opening” of Wild Grace Farm Store on May 23rd. Official opening later in June! 

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Oak & Pine Shelving for Store

The work continues! Spent the day with Alexandra, Francis and Carolyn working on the interior of the Wild Grace Farm Store. Staining oak and pine shelving (all harvested from their wood lot) and installing it. The store will have its opening on May 23rd! It is going to be spectacular! #prouddad #wildgracefarm #libertymaine

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