The Studio at Sassafras Farm

Building a dream.

December Workshops on the Farm
Little Store in the Studio
Cheese Days in Pictures
Fall Workshops on the Farm
Canning Camp, August 29-30
Wonderful Wildflower Weekend!
Cheese, Bread, Herbs, and Soap!
A “Taste of Sassafras Farm” Day!
Taste of Sassafras Farm — More New Dates!
Taste of Sassafras Farm
Wildflower Retreat, June 13-14
Spring and Summer 2015 Retreats!
Scenes from A Retreat
One-Day Retreats Coming Up!
Party in the Studio
Five Days on the Farm
October 2014 Primitives & Pioneers Retreat
September 2014 Primitives & Pioneers Retreat
The Art and Cooking Report
Spring in Swing
This Is the Before
Spring 2014 Creative Blast Retreat
Summer 2014 Cheese, Bread, Herbs and Soap Retreat
Autumn All-in-One!
Wool and Herbals Retreat Report
June Cows, Cheese, Soap, and Baking!
Workshop at Sassafras Farm
The Art on the Studio Walls
You’re Gonna Want These Sinks
Get This Print!
Grand Opening and HOP Benefit
Studio Progress
Wooed Away in the Flooring Aisle
White Pickets
Now I Have to Worry about Midgets
Giving On

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