The Tilton Hollow Farm Story (Self Reliance series)
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Jeff Wince and Chad Snelling are the owners of Tilton Hollow Farm in Ohio. Originally founded in 1823 by the Tilton family, Jeff and Chad continue a legacy, farming with traditional methods wherever possible, always working to leave the land better than they find it.
They grow/raise their own food in a humane/ethical way...and educate and encourage others to do the same. They treat our animals with respect and a lot of love to give them wonderful lives in return for the wonderful products they help us create!
Tilton Hollow Farm boasts a herd of very spoiled dairy goats, chickens, heritage breed turkeys, guinea fowl, ducks, geese, sheep, bees, even an Alpaca (Ivy, a real sweetheart).
Tilton Hollow is an extremely active farm, where they make everything from goat milk soap to herbal skin care products (and probably a lot of other things in between). Jeff and Chad will share their story with us, and talk about the benefits of supporting local humane/ethical farms.
This is a free program for adults.
Registration is required. Reserve your spot at http://pickeringtonlibrary.org/event/the-tilton-hollow-farm-story/
This program will be held in our Digital Classroom.
201 Opportunity Way
Pickerington, OH 43147
OEFFA: (614) 421-2022
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