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  • Project F.A.R.M. (First-class American Rural Made) | MaryJanesFarm
    service like etsy You must be set up to accept online credit card payments Your bank or PayPal can help you with that Only after all of the above is in place may you then contact MaryJanesFarm for the seal of approval from PROJECT F A R M That will require you to send a sample of your product for review by the acceptance committee Your product will be reviewed for workmanship presentation and ingredient quality in the case of body care products If you must have your sample returned to you please include return postage arrangements or your shipping ID If the volume of products supplied to MaryJanesFarm for review from prospective affiliates becomes overwhelming we reserve the right to charge a handling fee for the review process to fund the extra labor needed to handle the workload If your product is chosen to wear our seal of approval we will provide links on the MaryJanesFarm Web site to your online site The rewards could be substantial with the number of like minded people viewing our site who may choose to visit yours However we make no estimates as to the future success of your venture based on our affiliation Our crystal ball has been out of order for some time now All business arrangements will be directly between you and the online shopper MaryJanesFarm and all of its employees shall be held harmless for any difficulties that may arise from any of your online business dealings However you just never know where things can lead MaryJane is happy to be in a position to be able to offer this helping hand to others in small communities She knows what it s like They say many hands make light work We also believe that satisfying work makes a light

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  • Tour Our Farm | About Us | MaryJanesFarm
    photo by MaryJane Butters photo by Elaine McEnery photo by MaryJane Butters photo by MaryJane Butters page 1 the farm gardens page 2 outdoor living greenhouse chicken coop page 3 growing garlic farmers market page 4 pay dirt farm school historic flour mill historic schoolhouse bed breakfast slideshow Tour Our Farm Watch Our Videos Visit Our Retail Store Bed Breakfast News Awards U pick Country Club Our Historic Flour Mill

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  • Tour Our Farm | About Us | MaryJanesFarm
    photo by MaryJane Butters photo by Deborah Kirsner photo by MaryJane Butters photo by MaryJane Butters page 1 the farm gardens page 2 outdoor living greenhouse chicken coop page 3 growing garlic farmers market page 4 pay dirt farm school historic flour mill historic schoolhouse bed breakfast slideshow Tour Our Farm Watch Our Videos Visit Our Retail Store Bed Breakfast News Awards U pick Country Club Our Historic Flour Mill

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  • Tour Our Farm | About Us | MaryJanesFarm
    by MaryJane Butters photo by Deborah Kirsner photo by Deborah Kirsner photo by MaryJane Butters photo by Henry Moore continue on to our b b slideshow page 1 the farm gardens page 2 outdoor living greenhouse chicken coop page 3 growing garlic farmers market page 4 pay dirt farm school historic flour mill historic schoolhouse bed breakfast slideshow Tour Our Farm Watch Our Videos Visit Our Retail Store Bed Breakfast

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    and tasty There s nothing like enjoying a Dutch oven meal but sometimes a prepackaged meal is the call Though a little more expensive than homemade meals they re lightweight simple to prepare and in some cases surprisingly delicious MARYJANESFARM OUTPOST CHILIMAC 7 shop maryjanesfarm org Who doesn t love mac and cheese And who doesn t love chili Mixed together it s a winner This meal is organic and

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    heading out on long expeditions she skipped the old camp standbys like beef stroganoff and mac n cheese and instead prepared the dishes that she would actually want to eat at home My palate is really adventurous she said My idea of a comfort food is having a roti canai in Malaysia or an Indian curry Her preparations evolved into Good To Go a line of freeze dried foods that launched in 2014 and quickly became a hit among fellow hikers whose sense of adventure extended beyond the trail to the plate Other makers of lightweight nourishment have also expanded their menus to satisfy the broader tastes of worldly hikers Backpacker s Pantry for example a Colorado based company that got its start in 1951 supplying the Girl Scouts offers what might be the most globe spanning assortment of freeze dried meals on the market chicken vindaloo Vietnamese pho Jamaican jerk rice with chicken among other choices It s possible now it seems to carry the whole of the United Nations commissary on your back Now that food manufacturers have mastered the Holy Grail of lightness and shelf stability Mountain House a leading brand of freeze dried meals just introduced

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    Her family gardened canned raised or hunted meat and made their clothes Before her two children were born Butters worked as the only woman on a carpentry crew at Hill Air Force Base was one of the first female wilderness rangers hired by the U S Forest Service and was the first woman station guard at the Moose Creek Ranger Station the most remote Forest Service district in the continental U S She answered a few questions about the book her cow girl romance and what she s planning next You ve written a whole book about cows Are they your favorite farm animal I do love cows Perhaps my last name has something to do with it But I also spent a lot of time on my uncle s dairy in Morgan Utah and I learned that cows have personalities and there s a bounty of wonderful things you can make with this placid pastoral animal How many cows do you have on your farm We have 12 all Jersey s from miniature and micro to full size We have the whole gamut Do they have names Yes There s Etta Jane Miss Daisy Rosetta Maizy Sally O Malley and Sweetheart The boys all get names too like Beau Vine When was the first time you made cheese or butter My mother always made butter She brought home all the milk from the local dairy Back then dairies were small maybe they had 30 cows They ve always been part of my life In 1979 my daughter was born and we had a Jersey cow then We lived in White Bird Idaho on a ranch and she grew up on raw milk and I made soft cheese by hand There wasn t all the equipment like there is now Yes I was excited to see that the book includes a recipe for making butter in a food processor I know everyone is surprised that you don t have to sit on the front porch in your frock and have a butter churn I ve tried to make everything in the book accessible Is there a recipe that everyone even non cow girls should try The soft cheese is so easy And it s really yummy and you can put herbs in it But there s already so many great artisan cheeses available Why should I make my own Whether it s cheese or yogurt or bread or gardening all these things are important therapy Looking back embroidery and all those hand made skills were therapy And milking a cow is like taking a long hot bath You can solve all your problems with your head nestled into her warm flank and the milk going into the pail It s just very meditative Then you have these wonderful products that taste so good It takes us back to our roots In this cyber age we re losing touch with anything our grandparents did I m trying to make it playful

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    It s just perfect for me said Diane who belongs to a handful of online glamping groups Two summers ago she traveled west in a teardrop camper to celebrate her birthday Her husband Robb treated her to an unusual bed breakfast at a canvas wall tent complete with fluffy down comforter and antique iron bed Owner MaryJane Butters offers for rent five fancy tents on her organic farm outside Moscow Idaho She once worked for the U S Forest Service at a remote station Today Butters is well known for coining the word glamping and for running many businesses including publication of a popular magazine Originally glamping attracted a lot of middle aged women who wanted to get outdoors in comfort and to share campgrounds with like minded travelers But now the fun is more than girlfriend weekends with vintage trailers Men and women alike set up tents and young moms and college students flock to the camaraderie of glamping We talk online with women all over the world said Diane dressed in shorts a Farmall T shirt frilly apron and homemade straw hat with black polka dot ribbon We exchange recipes We have swaps We spread the word about when and where there are glamping weekends She recently met up near a Spring Green campground with a handful of other Wisconsin glampers she hadn t met Some bought June Cleaver dresses at thrift shops to wear around the campfire They were kindred spirits Diane said Most of the women do their own restorations It s an addiction Once you have one trailer fixed and decorated the way you want it then you want to do another one Much of the fun is looking at each others campers She plans one trip monthly until winter in her little cabin on

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