The Ultimate Homesteader Starter Kit to inspire anyone to achieve the ‘simple’ life.
A beautiful kit for the home vinegar-maker – great for beginners and advanced home artisans.
This gorgeous clay seed starter makes a statement that growing gardens is beautiful work, while making it possible for those of us who lead busy lives to successfully sprout seeds.
Equipment and ingredients to make one gallon of delicious homebrew.
Reusable straw made from pyrex-style glass plus the the option of you choice of mason jar.
Beautiful hand-made fermenting crock by an American artist. Lacto-fermentation with style.
Organic products and inspiration to help your edible landscape bloom.
Kits, equipment and ingredients for lacto-fermentation plus brewing wine, beer, vinegar and more.
Join a small group of eager students and a knowledgeable instructor to pick up a new skill – learn cheesemaking, brewing, fermenting, keeping backyard chickens and more.
Unique tools and supplies for preserve the harvest through canning, drying, fermenting and other time-honored methods.
A collection of useful, whimsical and beautiful items to help you live a more sustainable, earth-friendly existence. Pick up supplies for your backyard beasts here as well.
Kits, ingredients, books and more to boost your cheesemaking addiction.
The FARMcurious Holiday Party has become a tradition and we’re looking forward to celebrating with our valued customers and partners.
Learn to make three distinct types of cheese (mozzarella, chevre & ricotta) then enjoy a wine pairing in this fast-paced, hands-on workshop.
* Oct 24, 2014 7-10pm (Oakland)
* Oct 26, 2014 11am-2pm (Oakland)
* Nov 2, 2014 11am-2pm (Oakland)
* Nov 7, 2014 6-9pm (Oakland)
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FARMcurious brings the spectacular San Francisco Milk Maid back to show us a whirlwind introduction to home cheesemaking with a focus on bloomy-rinded cheese. So easy, so decadent!
- Feb 21, 2015, 11am-1:30pm (OAK!)
This class will cover all the canning and drying basics as we preserve a gigantic tomato harvest.
September 6, 2014 10:30am-12:30pm (Oakland)