Founded in 1964, Breezy Pines Farm was once a working horse farm. In 2000, Travis & Heather Thurber converted parts of the grazing pasture into biodynamic gardens. Now in its seventeenth year of operation, Breezy Pines Farm produces medicinal and culinary herbs, flowers, vegetables & berries all from homegrown seed.
The farm is private, not open to the public.
For more information about the farm:
contact Heather Thurber
no phone solicitations.
Stewards of the Earth:
Heather Thurber is a 20+ year traditionally trained herbalist, working closely with plant medicine since 1994. A master gardener specializing in medicinal plants, flowers & vegetables she combines her knowledge of botanical formulation with medicinal aromatherapy to handcraft an award-winning collection of medicines. Heather is also a certified Kripalu trained Ayurveda practitioner and offers Ayurveda bodywork at the Yoga Barn on Monday mornings. for more info and the view the treatment service menu & scheduling visit: www.ayurveda-mv.com
Travis Thurber is a native plant expert and master gardener offering organic landscape services-garden installations, lawn care, continued maintenance and stone masonry. With 21 years experience, Breezy Pines Landscape is a well-known and dependable insured island company. contact for more info: email@example.com
Our honeybees are locally sourced and live in ten cedar Langsorth hives in the cool shade of the surrounding pine grove. Helping to pollinate the farm gardens, our honeybees collect from the surrounding nature preserve & forest. Our honey is a rich golden color and captures the flavor of the wildflowers & pines.