It’s my pleasure to introduce you to Sandy Castelleni, the remarkable woman behind “InspireU2Think“, a Hunterdon County based business that is modeled with the idea of giving back. She started her line producing non-toxic soy based candles and has expanded it to include body balms and roll-ons, distributed at shops throughout Somerset, Hunterdon and Union […]Read More →
Every year since we started growing lavender in 2014 we have visioned and prepared for a new installation on the farm. In 2018 our dream of erecting a tipi came true. We ordered the lodge poles and canvas for a 26 foot tipi from Nomadic Tipi Makers in Oregon. We leveled the ground and built […]Read More →
The air is warming a bit, Spring is on the way and pretty soon we’ll be enjoying Goat Yoga again on Mad Lavender Farm. I’d like to introduce you to our incredible team of goat yoga teachers; Lea Ostner, Jenn Stas, Ava Marino and Shannon Keelyn. Goat yoga teachers are a very special breed. They […]Read More →
Date: Sunday, December 11th Time: 1pm – 3pm Wreath Workshop Join Nicole from SpadaFlora Botanical Design for a magical afternoon of merry-making and creating. We will learn to construct and decorate our very own custom-designed fresh wreaths. Sustainably sourced & gathered winter greens, eucalyptus, moss, wire frame, natural decos and a curated selection of baubles will […]Read More →
Please visit Mad Lavender Farm for your holiday shopping every Saturday this this December at Stangl Factory Farm Market. The Holiday season kicks off on Black Friday, November 25th and is every every Saturday in December from 9am to 3pm. Select from a wide variety of small batch locally made organic lavender products as well […]Read More →
One of the many advantages of small town living is that community comes naturally. With just a little pro-action and organization, we can start being the change we want to see in the world and experience the results on a small scale. Case in point, the folks at Frenchtown Fresh, a family run vegetarian juice […]Read More →
Wild Woman Tea Blends for Divine Feminine Health Sunday, July 11th 1:00pm Schedule Here Sustainer Rate: $45 sustains all Supporter Rate: $40 with code SUPPORT Community rate: $35 with code COMMUNITY at checkout Limited to 12 people Tap into your intuitive witchy wisdom in a meditation and plant medicine making journey. Learn […]Read More →
Kate Moxham was born and bred in Hunterdon County. I was raised here, too, a generation or two before. There is something about being raised here, witness to the development of farmland into houses and to the current trend back to small farms that feels so hopeful. As a kid, I spent time in the […]Read More →
As I continue to investigate and learn more about the mysterious world of medicinal herbs that are hiding in plain sight all around me, my relationship with the plant world grows stronger. I learn a lot from people who visit the farm and introduce me to the plants that are growing wild in the field […]Read More →
Katie came to the farm on recommendation of a friend who said we had to meet and that Katie was an herbalist who would be a perfect fit for Mad Lavender Farm. As it turns out, Katie is more a person who creates space than fits into it. When Katie ONeill creates space for her […]Read More →
Meet the Mad Lavender Goat Yoga Teachers: Lea, Jenn, Ava and Shannon. They are my Dream Team. Ava and Jenn have been with us since the beginning and they have fine tuned the goat yoga experience over the past four years to what it is today. Shannon and Lea are brand new to teaching goat […]Read More →
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