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About Tangled Roots Farm

A forest shiitake mushroom farmer in Shrewsbury, Vermont.

2015 at TRF

Tangled Roots Farm is getting ready for an exciting 2015 season! Clare Mangine has taken the reins and will continue to grow TRF’s quality products.  This year, we are going to offer the same sugar maple shiitakes as before.  We estimate … Continue reading

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Summer Update

It’s hard to believe it’s the middle of July already and a farm update is long overdue.  The spring flew by with lots of sun and more animals by the day.  The shiitake logs produced steadily, though lighter than we … Continue reading

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Farm Stand is now open!

  We’re trying to keep a gallon or two in the fridge, but call ahead to be sure we have what you want and to get a tour of the farm!

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2012 Kidding Recap

We have had four perfect kiddings so far, and I know the pictures are long overdue. First, Minny had twins at the beginning of March.  A boy and girl: They have both gone (together!) to a new home in Connecticut.  … Continue reading

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Shiitake Workshop Details

The shiitake workshop is on for this Tuesday, April 10th from 1-4pm!   Register for a free spot here: http://raffl.wordpress.com/2012/04/02/details-for-free-shiitake-mushroom-growing-workshop/   and get ready for a hands-on mushroom growing afternoon!  Everyone will get a chance to participate in the inoculation and we’ll … Continue reading

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Save the Date!

Rutland Area Farm and Food Link (RAFFL) is organizing a Shiitake Mushroom Cultivation workshop at Tangled Roots Farm on Tuesday, April 10th from 1-4pm.  It’ll be a hands-on day of inoculating as many logs as we can!  More information on … Continue reading

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Looking back…. and forward

The season has really come to an end at Tangled Roots Farm.  We quickly sold out of all of our 2011 farm products and have spent the last few months getting ready for the winter.  We’re grateful for the community … Continue reading

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