Prospect Hill Farm in Royalston

There was a great profile on the Aunt Marty website of Prospect Hill Farm in Royalston, which occupied in a pretty-much-off-the-grid manner by Larry Siegel and Kathy Morris.

He appears to be having a blast, bartering vegetables for eyeglasses and 100 pots of herbs for the 1905 stove, like the Wall Street trader he once was. He is almost completely self-sufficient, relying on electric only to fuel three basement freezers. They

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are stocked with beef from his steer, frozen farmstead cheese and vegetables, and the gallon jugs of ice he swaps out five times a day to chill the ancient ice box in the kitchen. There is no refrigerator upstairs.

This was not his original plan.

(George Barnes had profiled the couple and their farm a few years back; they were previously profiled ten years earlier. Click here first for access to the Proquest links.)

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  1. Thanks, Nicole! Larry and Kathy have a lot of young fans who are just starting out as homesteaders or small-scale farmers. He was one of the most popular speakers at the NOFA-NY organic farming conference in January.

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