Blog, Newsletter
By kelly / June 23, 2017

Newsletter, 6/22/17

Hi Folks, On more than 200 acres, there are many paths leading to many different places. Turner Farm has its own...

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Adult Education
By kelly / June 12, 2017

Award-Winning Farmstead Butcher to Host Local Workshops

There are advantages to farmstead butchery, mainly in the low-stress ending to an animal's life.

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Blog, Teaching Kitchen
By kelly / May 10, 2017

‘Teaching Kitchen Movement’ Featured on PBS NewsHour

At the heart of this movement is the growing number of doctors, educators, culinary professionals and food producers (including Turner Farm) who recognize the importance of nutrition and personal stewardship in combating America's healthcare crisis.

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By kelly / April 27, 2017

Newsletter April 24, 2017

Hi Folks, The coyote was taller than most that had been seen at the farm in recent years, and it...

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By / April 4, 2017

Renowned Integrative Physician Shares Stewardship Message at Turner Farm

Since 2013, Dr. Sian Cotton has served as the Director of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine’s Center for...

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By kelly / March 30, 2017

Movement, Energy Guide ‘Lunch and Learn’ Instructor

When the Lunch and Learn series returns to Turner Farm on April 13, participants will be treated to not only...

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Newsletter
By kelly / March 15, 2017

March 14, 2017

Trying to get your bearings in the mad onrush of spring isn't easy. The 70-degree days give way to the...

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How To
By kelly / February 28, 2017

Don’t Fear the Chicken

Newsletter
By kelly / February 22, 2017

February 2017

February 2017

Most of our team spent the weekend at Ohio's premiere organic agriculture conference, getting inspired and honing our craft.  Hosted by OEFFA, Ohio's Ecological Food and Farm Association, the conference attracts all sorts of food enthusiasts, from homesteaders to large-scale producers.  I had a lot of fun getting to know different people and explaining what Turner Farm is all about.  At events [...]

January 2016

I am excited to announce that we have launched our new, beautiful websitesince our last newsletter! On it, you will find pages detailing our 2017 summer camps and our upcoming adult education classes. In fact, there is still time to sign up for the Garden Planning class tomorrow night, February 1st, 6:30-8:00. Come ready to dream about spring! In this class, we [...]

December 2016

The season is finally slowing down, but we still have plenty of food in the market. We will continue to sell produce in our on-site market (closed only on Sundays) and at the Madeira Farmers' Market all winter long. The Madeira winter market has moved indoors to the Silverwood Presbyterian Church on runs from 3:30-6 every Thursday. [...]

August 2016

School buses are back on the roads and summer is nearly behind us. Fall is near. It's the time of year that the pigweed gets to be chest height and the corn has caterpillars. Our on-farm market is open as usual on Labor Day, but, as always, we are closed on Sundays. Stop on by for [...]