Three Pines Farm is a 5th generation family farm that is home to a lovely studio space in grandpa's renovated barn. We provide classes and specialty events centered on the arts, cooking, traditional crafts, sustainable living, and various other pursuits.

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At Three Pines Farm, we remain true to our mission of supporting artisans, building community, learning with joy, and preserving craft.  We aim to connect people with more mindful, inspired, creative, and slower ways of living.  To connect the community with the artisans surrounding us – the baker, the crafter, the farmer, the chef, the artist – and supporting them in the process.  And, ultimately, connecting people with a more inspired, revitalized, and vibrant version of themselves.  We are fortunate to have the best of the best educators fill our ranks, and that is key part of our mission that we will always uphold.   We believe the expert artisans we bring here, from both near and very far, deserve proper compensation for sharing their time and talents in teaching our very hands-on, intimate workshops.  Class prices are set by the educators, to cover their time and any travel expenses, with the educators receiving the majority of the course fees.  Any course fees paid to Three Pines Farm are used to cover free programming and basic overhead, such as heating, insurance, website fees, etc., no wages or salary expenses on our end.  


Three Pines Farm's educational programming is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-­profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Three Pines Farm's educational programming must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-­deductible to the extent permitted by law.


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