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Farm To Table Living

Kristin Canty

Kristin Canty is a nationally acclaimed filmmaker; farm owner; an avid supporter of small farming, nutrient dense and ancestral foods; and the owner of the Boston area farm-­to-­table restaurant Woods Hill Table.
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Woods Hill at Pier 4: Construction Update

Sep 26, 2019 6:33:25 PM / by Kristin Canty posted in Insider

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Hi Everyone,

We are getting super excited about our restaurant opening! The building, the location, the views and especially the food are all beautiful, and it's all coming together quickly. More updates to come as furniture, art, the bar, and decor start trickling in.

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Biodynamic Farming

Jun 26, 2019 5:25:00 PM / by Kristin Canty posted in biodynamic wine

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There has been so much interest in our biodynamic wines lately and it’s really making us happy. My children went to the Waldorf School, which was founded by Rudolf Steiner, who is also the founder of biodynamics, so biodynamic farming was practiced and ingrained in us. The Waldorf School garden celebrated planting a cow horn full of manure, spread fertilizer, chanted, and planted and harvested by the moon. I thought that this was a fun way to farm for children, incorporating some mysticism and song as well as care for the earth and the soil.

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Woods Hill Table: Creating Our New England Raw Cheese Tray

Jun 18, 2019 4:29:45 PM / by Kristin Canty posted in cheese plate, raw cheese

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If you ever order the cheese tray at Woods Hill Table, you will notice that it is all raw milk, and it is all from New England. We are so proud to support our local raw milk farmers and I’m going to highlight them in this series along with our vegetable farmers.

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Primal Hacking Connect with the Earth Retreat.

Jun 6, 2019 1:37:13 PM / by Kristin Canty

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In 2019, we are spending most of our time indoors, under artificial light, many of us eating processed foods. The amount of radiation, chemicals, pollutants are growing as technology increases and our lifestyles, jobs, habits are keeping us indoors. Anxiety, depression, sleep problems and gut problems are also at an all time high.

Imagine if we could go back to listening to our circadian rhythms, foraging for our food, eating and sleeping according to the solar day, and tuning into our own ancient wisdom and creativity.

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