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Fun on Three Rivers Farm

25
Nov2017

Recipe: Butternut Squash Soup

Recipe: Butternut Squash Soup

2T olive oil ( for sautéing) 1 large butternut squash 2 garlic cloves (crushed in salt) 1 onion 2 tsp ground...

06
Mar2017

San Juan Island Ferry to Orcas Island

San Juan Island Ferry to Orcas Island

Rafa and Shukyo of 3RiversFarm.com take the San Juan Island ferry to Orcas Island to pick up...

10
Mar2015

Our Free Ranging Girls

Our Free Ranging Girls

We take great pride in how we raise our hens. I think most people who have never...

24
Nov2014

Salmon Run - Nooksack Rive

Salmon Run - Nooksack Rive

Taking a journey to visit the salmon running in the Nooksack River. SALMON RUN - Mount Baker...

11
Nov2014

Making Apple Cider

Making Apple Cider

This is our first apple pressing with a homemade press that our neighbors Marjie, Casey and Finn...

05
Nov2014

Mushroom Foraging with Paul Stamets

Mushroom Foraging with Paul Stamets

We at Three Rivers Farm had the great pleasure of hosting our friend Paul Stamets and better...

03
Nov2014

Blackberry Yellow Rasberry Hazelnut Tart

Blackberry Yellow Rasberry Hazelnut Tart

Making Wild BlackBerry Pie - Music by Kelly Latimore MORE

14
Oct2014

Drying Aronia Berry

Drying Aronia Berry

Harvesting the last of the Aronia Berry, the new superfood. For more information on Aronia Berry -...

26
Sep2014

Chop Wood - Fiskars X27 Axe

Chop Wood - Fiskars X27 Axe

As we explore all the work that needs to be done on Three Rivers Farm and all...

15
Aug2014

Glam Jam - Aronia Berry

Glam Jam - Aronia Berry

Last week I picked some Asian Plum and Aronia Berry. This week I decided to make some...

13
Aug2014

LocaVore

LocaVore

Locavore : "A person who bases their diet on foods that are grown or produced in the...

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The Pacific Northwest

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A mature eagle waits patiently for a feasting opportunity.

From December through February multitudes of eagles gather in the trees that line the North Fork of the Nooksack River as the Chum salmon spawn and die.

It is a spectacular event in nature that has been going on for thousands of years—the icy cold, crystal clear glacier water from Mount Baker in the Cascades of Washington flows to the sea; several species (Pink, Sockeye, Chum and Steelhead) make the journey in separate runs from September through February, fighting their way 18 miles from the sea to the place of their hatching to start the cycle all over again.

We truly live in paradise and are overjoyed to be able to witness this in our own backyard.

January 8, 2016.

Fun Fact

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How many honeybees does it take to produce a tablespoon of honey?

12 - Twelve busy little bees must collect the nectar from 2,000 flowers to make a tablespoon of honey.

Recipe Of The Month

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Organic Red and Green Tomato Salsa

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Masanobu Fukuoka

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"The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings."