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Posted 8/28/2016 9:27am by Josh Elmore.

It is only the still mind that understands that in a quiet mind there is a movement that is totally different, that is of a different dimension, of a different quality.  That can never be put into words, because it is indescribable.  What can be described is what comes up to this point, the point when you have laid the foundation and seen the necessity, the truth, and the beauty of a still mind.  

~J. Krishnamurti  

Life on the mountain takes on a particular flavor during this time of year.  The hot, dry days of summer start releasing into cooler days and crisp, starry nights.  We’ve had an unusually hot few months which seems to lend a poignancy to the transition into fall this year.   The subtle change of color which permeates the hills and meadows has once again surprised me with it’s sudden appearance.  Just as the farm is bursting into it’s full potential, we face the prospect of an early frost.  A few mornings have dipped into the high 30’s and several recent days were blanketed with mist and fog.  As I sit writing, the Aspen’s are gently quaking, the birds are singing ever so gently, and the high rose colored clouds are drifting by in the early morning light.  The world is full of subtle movement yet an all pervading sense of quiet, of stillness, brushes against it all.  

Our crazy short mountain season is in full swing and we have lots of beautiful produce to share.  The potatoes are starting to pop, the daikon are shooting out of the ground and the green bean bushes are loaded with strings of delight!  The best thing about this early autumn is that the plants are thriving in the cool weather.  We’ve actually had some significant rain as well over the past few weeks, giving a much needed boost to the crops.  We normally have monsoon weather starting in early July, but this year most of the storms cruised right around our peaceful valley.  But, better late than never…  

Our next farm stand is next Saturday, September 3rd, from 4:30-8:30ish p.m.  We’ll have a bounty of produce, tasty treats and some awesome gypsy music in the barn.  So, please come out and join us, we’ll look forward to visiting and enjoying the evening with you all!  

Music at the Barn:  We’re excited to once again host our dear friend Anthony Salvo and his band, Gypsy Swing Revue. Gypsy Swing Revue is a local group who perform music in the "Hot Club" style popularized by Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli in Paris during the 30's and 40's. The focus is on tight arrangements with plenty of room for jazz improvisation. With a mix of instrumental pieces and vocals, this energetic music is fun for everyone. Get ready for a wonderful night of music in the barn!  

News from the Farm:  We were relaxing around the house and enjoying a peaceful evening on the farm when Alli suggested we harvest some greens for dinner.  So, we all headed down and as we got close to the garden gate we noticed that something was not quite right.  We’re all for music and performance in the barn, but this was too much!  Yeshe’s horse, Rumi, was taking his turn in the spotlight.  While all the other horses gathered at the stage inside the barn, Rumi stood stage center doing his best horse impression!  Luckily, they were all just nibbling our hay bale bleachers and not focusing on the crops.  Well, except for the beautiful short season corn we had growing!  We might still get some ears out of this year’s experimental crop, but the donkeys mowed down about half of ‘em.  Leave it to the donkeys to get into some mischief!   

The greenhouse is rockin’ with a bumper crop of Suyo Long Cucumbers, big fat juicy basil and some tender Asian greens.  We’re currently adding on to the greenhouse, making it about twice as long so we can start taking more advantage of the prime growing conditions inside.  We were figuring out micro-green cultivation early in the season and are looking forward to having more space to dive deeper into that specialty crop.  Micro-greens are plants that have just sprouted their first set of true leaves, harvested to maintain all the amazing nutrients inherent in their tiny bodies.  Research has shown that micro-greens have about 40 times the nutrient value of a mature plant.  We’ll keep you posted on how our micro-green experiments turn out…  

Dogs - Dogs are more than welcome at PMF, but this year we have lots of animals running around (Llamas, Goats, Pigs, Chickens) so we're asking that dogs be kept on a leash while on the farm.  

Our farm stand is Saturday, September 3rd, from 4:30-8:30 pm.   Come on by and enjoy some visitin' by the barn and some tasty raw treats while you shop for the most locally grown produce on Magnolia!  

Here's what we'll have at the stand this week:  
 
Radishes
New Potatoes
Daikon
Mizuna
Mibuna
Tat Soi
Pac Choy
Red Mustard Greens
Spinach
Beets
Wild Arugula
Swiss Chard
Red Russian Kale
Green Nash Kale
Spicy Baby Greens Mix
Green Beans
Garlic
Zuccini
Yellow Crookneck Squash
Bennings Green Tint Squash
Basil
Turnips  
 
This Week's Raw* Organic Snack:  
 
Sunflower Seed Paté- Sunflower Seed Paté served on a lettuce Boat with Cashew Garlic Aioli
 
Marinated Cucumber Salad  
 
Massaged Baby Green/Kale Salad with Lemon and Olive Oil Dressing  
 
Organic Raw Coconut Macaroons (Blonde and Chocolate)  
 
Raw Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake  
 
Fresh Organic Peach Cobbler with Cashew Cream  
 
Fresh Organic Cucumber Lemonade
Fresh Organic Watermelon Juice  
 
*What's "raw" food all about?  Raw, or "Live Foods" are fresh unheated, whole, unprocessed organic fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds that when prepared in this way retain all of their natural enzymes, vitamins, minerals, amino acids and nutrients.  It's like rocket-fuel for our body and mind!  Feel free to ask us more about raw, living foods if you're interested.  All of the food prepared at PMF is "raw", organic and alive with goodness!  
 
We hope to see you soon!  
 
the elmores (josh alli col lila and yeshe) 
 
www.peacefulmeadowfarm.org   
 
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Posted 8/8/2016 9:48am by Josh Elmore.

 

the blue door  

having passed through
the blue door
of the pool's deepest end
we hover
in its turquoise room.
in these liquid moments,
suspended in the glistening,
we abandon
our sciences
and selves.

  we sink or rise
with the prize of breath,
give way
to the gentle horizontal.
we encounter
our new bodies
in stroke and ripple,
and converse
in murmur
and deep.

  the kindness of water
is its closeness
to death,
and the drowning
that we don't have to do.
the truth of water
is in its sending us sunward,
back up
through the glittering blue door.

we hold tight
to the edge
with our fingertips–
a momentary
warming of the skin.
but the towel stays folded,
the lawn chair
empty.
we breathe,
and let go again.

~ james hopkins  

Our dear friend James and his partner Julia came for a visit to the farm recently and we reminisced about our travels together many years ago in Nepal.  My son, Col, and I visited Nepal on a pilgrimage of sorts, visiting numerous sacred meditation sites while doing research for a project I was working on at the time.  Col had just turned 10 and my good friends Matteo and James were gracious enough to accompany us on our journey, providing a local’s view of Nepal and its amazing spiritual culture.  I was reminded of how special the trip was while visiting with James and my mind began to settle into the spaces we created in that exotic world.  Space that we aspire to live in daily but that so often eludes our grasp.  I find those moments occasionally, sometimes alone with my thoughts, but often times when surrounded by friends.  Thank you to all of our friends, old and new, for making our little farm stand scene a place full of laughter, joy and good memories!  

Our first farm stand of the season was a big success, thanks to everyone for joining us and for making the evening so magical.  The little PMF café was rockin’, we sold out of pretty much everything we had to serve!  The NoGo Gillbillies lent an authentic mountain flair with their local bluegrass sounds flowing out of the barn, we hope to have them back out to the barn sometime soon!  It was an evening full of kids, dogs, families, music and good conversation!   

Our next farm stand is this Saturday, August 13th, from 4:30-8:30ish p.m.  The summer has still been super dry for us here on the farm, but we did get a few nice rain showers recently that are helping to feed the plants!  Please come out and join us for an evening of community, good food, mountain music and lots of sweet high mountain meadow farm produce.  

Music at the Barn:  Speaking of mountain music, we’re so excited to host the amazing Taarka, from Lyons, CO to the farm this weekend.  Led by husband and wife team, David and Enion Pelta-Tiller, “Taarka is a virtuosic ensemble of 5-string violin, mandolin, guitars, string bass, + vocals featuring high-energy performance & innovative, beautiful compositions and songs, weaving the sounds of old & new from world folk, celtic, bluegrass, jazz and classical with rock energy & master musicianship.”  Check ‘em out at taarka.com and please come join us this Saturday to help welcome these wonderful musicians to the Peaceful Meadow!  

News from the Farm:  Everything has been fairly quiet around the farm over the past few weeks.  We had some family activities keeping us busy, but we’ve also hosted some farm work days as well.   Thanks again to all our friends who continue to help with the chores around here!  We always tend to see lots of wildlife on the meadow, but this year has brought some new visitors.  On several different occasions we’ve had moose traveling through the willows.  It seems like the moose population has increased over the past couple of years and we’re now getting to see these majestic animals more and more.  Of course we still see lots of coyotes, the occasional bobcat, elk, red tail hawks and a few eagles, beautiful falcons swooping through the trees and even a weasel or two!   

Dogs - Dogs are more than welcome at PMF, but this year we have lots of animals running around (Llamas, Goats, Pigs, Chickens) so we're asking that dogs be kept on a leash while on the farm.  

Our farm stand is Saturday, August 13th, from 4:30-8:30 pm.   Come on by and enjoy some visitin' by the barn and some tasty raw treats while you shop for the most locally grown produce on Magnolia!  

Here's what we'll have at the stand this week:  

Radishes
Daikon
Mizuna
Tat Soi
Pac Choy
Red Mustard Greens
Spinach 
Wild Arugula
Swiss Chard
Red Russian Kale
Green Nash Kale
Spicy Baby Greens Mix
Sugar Snap Peas
Zuccini
Yellow Squash
Basil
Baby Beets  

This Week's Raw* Organic Snack:  

Live Mediterrenean Plate- Almond Hummus, Falafels w/ Cashew Tzatziki, Olive Tapenade and PMF crackers  

Massaged Baby Green/Kale Salad with Lemon and Olive Oil Dressing  

Organic Raw Coconut Macaroons (Blonde and Chocolate)  

Raw White Chocolate Blueberry Cheesecake Bars  

Raw Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake     

Fresh Organic Cucumber Lemonade
Fresh Organic Watermelon Juice  

*What's "raw" food all about?  Raw, or "Live Foods" are fresh unheated, whole, unprocessed organic fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds that when prepared in this way retain all of their natural enzymes, vitamins, minerals, amino acids and nutrients.  It's like rocket-fuel for our body and mind!  Feel free to ask us more about raw, living foods if you're interested.  All of the food prepared at PMF is "raw", organic and alive with goodness!  

We hope to see you soon!  

the elmores (josh alli col lila and yeshe)  

www.peacefulmeadowfarm.org    

 

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Posted 7/18/2016 11:33am by Josh Elmore.
 
 
On Top  
All this new stuff goes on top
turn it over, turn it over
wait and water down
from the dark bottom
turn it inside out
let it spread through
Sift down even.
Watch it sprout.  
 
A mind like compost.  
 
~gary snyder
 
This poem came to mind recently as I watched steam drifting up from the compost pile outside of the goat barn.  Our goats live in a treehouse of sorts next to our house and their old bedding is piled underneath, the morning was frosty and I was wondering how the coming growing season would unfold.  That was back in May when the mornings here on the farm were still quite chilly making it hard to believe we could coax sprouts out of the cold soil. But like my mind after the calm, cool space of reflection, thoughts and sprouts inevitably arise out of the ever warming soil.  
 
Many thanks to all of our friends who’ve toiled these past weeks helping to prepare the soil, plant the seeds, and weed the weeds!  All the hard work is starting to pay off and we’re excited to share this beautiful food with you all. 
 
Our first Peaceful Meadow Farm Stand will be this Saturday, July 23rd from 4:30-8:30 p.m.  Please come out and join us for an evening of community, good food, mountain music and lots of sweet high mountain meadow farm produce.  Joining us for our first stand of the season is Nederland’s own No Go Gillbillies, a wonderful local bluegrass band.   
 
News from the Farm: Lots of kids have been running around helping us this year, so thanks to Serafina, Ray, Jessie, Anyll, Mila, Col, Lila, Yeshe and the big kids as well, Barry, Christel and Harry! 
 
We’ve spent many hours cleaning up the big barn and are excited to have a new stage area built with hay bale bleachers around the inside of the barn.   
 
We’ve been constantly tweaking the fencing around the farm for our bigger animals.  The goats, as always, pose a special challenge since they LOVE to sneak out and eat whatever they can! But, I think we finally have them cozy and happy in their pen and pasture.  They share space with the hogs, Jampo and Shama, and love whatever attention (and treats) we can give them.  Please feel free to say hello to them when you visit, they love head scratches, and their names are Diego, Almonzo, Mani, and Rupi!   The hens are happy to be living close to the house and their chief protector, the rooster Flora (yes, we thought he was a she early on) is still as ornery as ever so keep an eye on him if you walk close to the flock! Our two llamas, Bella and Anemone, spend a lot of time up close with the chickens as well.  They’re sometimes a bit aloof, but Bella (the all brown girl) likes behind her neck scratched and they both love little treats. We’ll have some carrots in a bucket by the gate if you want to try feeding them on your way down to the farm.  
 
Dogs - Dogs are more than welcome at PMF, but this year we have lots of animals running around (Llamas, Goats, Pigs, Chickens) so we're asking that dogs be kept on a leash while on the farm.  
 
Our farm stand is Saturday, July 23rd, from 4:30-8:30 pm.   Come on by and enjoy some visitin' by the barn and some tasty raw treats while you shop for the most locally grown produce on Magnolia!  
 
Here's what we'll have at the stand this week:  
 
Radishes
Mizuna
Tat Soi
Pac Choy
Red Mustard Greens
Spinach 
Wild Arugula
Swiss Chard
Red Russian Kale
Green Nash Kale
Spicy Baby Greens Mix
Sugar Snap Peas
Garlic Scapes  
 
This Week's Raw* Organic Snack:  
 
Mexi Nut Tacos - walnut crumble, avocado verde sauce, fresh pico de gallo, cashew chipolte cream sauce served on a garden fresh chard leaf  
 
Massaged Baby Greens Salad with Olive Oil/Lemon Dressing  
 
Organic Raw Coconut Macaroons (Blonde and Chocolate)  
 
Raw White Chocolate Blueberry Cheesecake  
 
Raw Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake  
 
Fresh Organic Cucumber Lemonade
 
Fresh Organic Watermelon Juice  
 
 
*What's "raw" food all about?  Raw, or "Live Foods" are fresh unheated, whole, unprocessed organic fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds that when prepared in this way retain all of their natural enzymes, vitamins, minerals, amino acids and nutrients.  It's like rocket-fuel for our body and mind!  Feel free to ask us more about raw, living foods if you're interested.  All of the food prepared at PMF is "raw", organic and alive with goodness!  
 
We hope to see you soon!  
 
the elmores (josh alli col lila and yeshe)  
 
 
 
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Posted 7/15/2016 9:26am by Josh Elmore.

 

Greetings from Peaceful Meadow Farm to all our friends and neighbors!  Welcome back home! We hope everyone is getting settled in again after this crazy week of evacuations and fires!  

We were planning to have our first Peaceful Meadow Farm Stand this Saturday, but with all the current events we will postpone until next week.  Stay tuned for more info coming in the next few days.

With much gratitude, peace and love - The Elmore Family

www.peafefulmeadowfarm.org 

 

 

 

Posted 12/7/2015 11:43am by Josh Elmore.

 

Greetings from Peaceful Meadow Farm!  We're having a beautiful, unusually warm week here on the farm, it's hard to believe the end of the year is so close.  We appreciate all of the support for our food delivery and hope everyone has been enjoying the treats.

For this week’s "High Vibe Food for the Soul", our a la carte Organic, Plant-Based, Raw and Alive food delivery, please check out the attached flyer.  Order by Tuesday evening for a Saturday delivery!  Currently, home deliveries will only be available in the Magnolia Road area.  If a home delivery doesn’t work for your schedule we’d also be happy to drop it in your mailbox, or ice chest on your porch.  Please take a look at the attached flyer and feel free to write with any questions.  

 FILE: (Weekly Flyer 120715.pdf)

Hope everyone is enjoying this amazing season! We look forward to seeing you all soon.  

With much gratitude, peace and love - The Elmore Family

 

 

 

Posted 11/30/2015 12:10pm by Josh Elmore.

 

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!  We hope your holiday weekend was full of good food and cheer!

For this week’s "High Vibe Food for the Soul", our a la carte Organic, Plant-Based, Raw and Alive food delivery, please check out the attached flyer.  Order by Tuesday evening for a Saturday delivery!  Currently, home deliveries will be available in the Magnolia Road area, although we might have enough orders in Boulder to make a delivery drop there as well. Please let us know if you’re interested and you live in town.  If a home delivery doesn’t work for your schedule we’d also be happy to drop it in your mailbox, or ice chest on your porch.  Please take a look at the attached flyer and feel free to write with any questions.  

 

 FILE: (Weekly Flyer 113015.pdf)

 

Hope everyone is staying warm! We look forward to seeing you all soon.  

With much gratitude, peace and love - The Elmore Family

 

 

 

Posted 11/16/2015 1:56pm by Josh Elmore.

Hello friends,  

We've had a little period of rest here at Peaceful Meadow Farm, but are super excited about getting everything revived for another growing season next year.  The garlic is planted, the greenhouse is warm and full of little sprouts, the animals are all happy and getting lots of love and attention and many projects are being finished up before the winter starts in earnest.  We hope to have a bountiful farm season next summer and look forward to sharing it with all of you as well as enjoying your wonderful company at the PMF farm stand!  

        

Also, we’re excited to introduce our weekly "High Vibe Food for the Soul".  Starting this week we'll be taking orders for our a la carte Organic, Plant-Based, Raw and Alive delectables!  Currently, home deliveries will be available in the Magnolia Road area.  If a home delivery doesn’t work for your schedule we’d also be happy to drop it in your mailbox, or ice chest on your porch.  Please take a look at the attached flyer and feel free to write with any questions.  

FILE: (Weekly Flyer.pdf)

Hope everyone is staying warm! We look forward to seeing you all soon.  

With much gratitude, peace and love - The Elmore Family

 

 

 

Posted 12/16/2013 11:58am by Josh Elmore.
Hello neighbors,
 
We're hosting an event for Fibre Tibet in Boulder this coming Friday from 1-5 pm at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art.  Fibre Tibet is a social benefit company that produces beautiful Tibetan cashmere shawls and throws as well as yak wool blankets.  All of the profits in the company stream back to the Tibetan nomad families who produce the cashmere as well as Newari, Tibetan and Nepali women in Kathmandu who weave the products.  You can check it out online at www.fibretibet.com.
 
Please see the attached flyer if you're interested, or feel free to write me at josh@arbolito.org.  We'll have some of our Peaceful Meadow Farm raw/organic refreshments and photos and information on the project as well as info on The Bridge Fund (bridgefund.org).
 
Thanks!  
 
Josh
 

Link to flyer - http://sfc.smallfarmcentral.com/dynamic_content/uploadfiles/596/fibretibet%20trunk%20show%20boulder%20v4smallpdf.com.pdf


Posted 9/20/2013 3:24pm by Josh Elmore.


 The moon rises
     in the pure sky of night,
Its reflection appears
     on the still surface of the lake.
But the moon is not in the lake,
     isn't that right?
Know that it is thus with all phenomena.
         
            ~ Shabkar Tsogdruk Rangdrol
 

Our hearts go out to all the folks around these mountains who've lost their homes and possesions or impacted in other ways by the recent flooding.  Its been such a wild and crazy week of weather and now Fall has come at last.  I woke up this morning to a little bit of frost on the deck and the distant hills blanketed in mists.  While all the chaos was raging down the canyons and on the plains, we had a relatively uneventful time up here.  It rained, and rained some more, but the extent of our damage was just a very wet meadow and lots of run off.   We still have a new little creek running through our front yard and the hill sides still weep and drain, but all in all we were lucky.  The fields have dried out nicely and all the veggies are still growing like crazy.  So, we're excited to have our last Farm Stand of the season tomorrow from 4-8 pm (please note the different time).  We'll gather, harvest and enjoy the cool autumn weather together one last time!

In fact, it's a Harvest Gathering and Celebration of the Autumn Equinox!  Mother Moon is full and it's time to bring in the harvest, we have lots of potatoes in the field and invite you all to come join us for some potato diggin'.  We plan to have a bonfire of sorts and will roast up some fresh dug spuds on the fire!  So bring some of your favorite fixin's for the potatoes and we'll supply the spuds and fire.  With all this moisture around it's the perfect time for roasting outdoors.   Also, feel free to bring an instrument if you feel the urge to sing a song around the campfire...We'll be playing games, enjoying a meal, and sharing stories, so come out and enjoy a gathering of friends here at Peaceful Meadow Farm.


News from the Farm –  The biggest news is of course all the rain and flooding.  The farm survived quite well, our fields are on a little slope so they were able to drain off most of the water.  The meadow beside the farm was completely inundated and had a roiling river running through the middle.  The animals didn't seem to even notice anything amiss, except for having to wade through lots of little streams and puddles.

A few days after the rains stopped, we heard the Llamas give their warning cry.  A high shrill sound that always tells us there's a bear close by.  So, the children grabbed the binoculars and ran down to the meadow to check it out.  The she was, a beautiful, big black mama with two cubs.  We all sat and watched as she and the little ones chomped down some sort of berry in our neighbors yard.  Before long they meandered up into the forests and were gone.  What amazing animals! 

 

Dogs - Dogs are more than welcome at PMF, but this year we have lots of animals running around (Llamas, Goats, Pigs, Chickens) so we're asking that dogs be kept on a leash while on the farm.

Please check out our farm pictures on Facebook to see some New Pictures.   

Our farm stand is this Saturday from 3-7 pm (September 21st, 2013).   Come on by and enjoy some visitin' by the barn and some tasty raw treats while you shop for the most locally grown produce on Magnolia!

Here's what we'll have at the stand this week:

Potatoes
Radishes
Mizuna
Pac Choy
Red Mustard Greens
Corsair Spinach 
Flat Leaf Arugula
Swiss Chard
Purple Top Turnips

Red Russian Kale
Green Curly Kale
Dinosaur Kale
Yellow Scallopini Squash
Bennings Green Tint Squash
Yellow Crook Neck Squash
Suyo Long Cucumbers
Basil

This Week's Raw* Organic Snack:

Sun Seed Paté Wraps with Garlic Aioli Sauce
 
Massaged Kale Salad with Olive Oil/Lemon Dressing
 
Organic Raw Coconut Macaroons (Blonde and Chocolate)

Raw White Chocolate Blueberry Cheesecake
 
Raw Raspberry Swirl Cheesecake

Fresh Organic Cucumber Lemonade
Fresh Organic Watermelon Juice

*What's "raw" food all about?  Raw, or "Live Foods" are fresh unheated, whole, unprocessed organic fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds that when prepared in this way retain all of their natural enzymes, vitamins, minerals, amino acids and nutrients.  It's like rocket-fuel for our body and mind!  Feel free to ask us more about raw, living foods if you're interested.  All of the food prepared at PMF is "raw", organic and alive with goodness!


We hope to see you on Saturday!
 

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Posted 9/14/2013 4:39pm by Josh Elmore.

Hi neighbors, sorry for the late notice but we won't be having the stand this evening.  we don't have phone or Internet at our place and just now got to Nederland.  We're around so if you need any veggies please stop by.  The garden is full...potatoes, squash, greens, etc.


We should be back from Ned around 5:00 today (Saturday).  Hope everyone is safe and dry!

 

peace - the Elmore'sElmore's

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