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Keeping the Dream Alive

Our community is at the heart of everything we do and it feels more important than ever to stay connected and keep our dreams alive. This season, all activities will take place outdoors and online, adhering to current social distancing and public health policies pertaining…

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Art on Art Series interview presented by the Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre

Tannis was interviewed by SUNY Sullivan Associate Professor of Theatre Jessica López-Barkl as a part of the Art on Art Series presented by the Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre.    

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Keeping the Dream Alive

Our community is at the heart of everything we do and it feels more important than ever to stay connected and keep our dreams alive….

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Arugula Salad - Stone Soup Cooking Class

Arugula Salad: Stone Soup Cooking Class

Tannis and Jess prepare a simple arugula and apple salad.  

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FAC collage

El Viento at International Human Rights Art Festival, NYC

Farm Arts Collective performed “El Viento” a short street theatre performance at the International Human Rights Art Festival in NYC in December, our final performance…

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Stone Soup Cooking Class – New Live Show

Stone Soup Cooking Class is Farm Arts Collective’s newest performance. The live, theatrical cooking show is written and performed by Tannis Kowalchuk and Jess Beveridge,…

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letters to a young farmer

What we’re reading: Letters to a Young Farmer

“This will make you want to become a farmer.”—Mark Bittman, author of How to Cook Everything It will also make you want to hug a…

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Kimchi (Kimchee) Recipe from our Fermentation Workshop

Ingredients: For the cabbage: 5 pounds Napa cabbage, cut into 1-inch, bite-sized pieces 1/2 cup sea salt 1 cup water Seasoning for kimchi: 1/2 cup…

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