View From Sandy Mush: Conservation Notes “Farm Bird Snapshot”
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Between April and August 2014, Sandy Mush Farm took part in a comparative bird/wildflower study under the auspices of the University of Wisconsin.  The purpose was to determine the correlation, if … Read More

Sandy Mush Quilt Gallery: Laurie Brown Quilt
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Quilter:  Laurie Brown Quilt Name:  Bears Quilt Created:  2016 On Loan by:  Laurie Brown I have been quilting since 1973.  Everyone in my family has at least one of my … Read More

1969 Wagon Train on Willow Creek Rd.
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Enjoy the view from Nanny and Papa’s porch of the 1969 Sandy Mush Wagon Train coming up Willow Creek Rd.  There is a field of tobacco in the background of … Read More

Sandy Mush Quilter: Margaret Brown
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  Margaret Hawkins Brown will happily tell you she will turn ninety-five this June. Margaret is the daughter of Nola Ellen Duckett Hawkins and William Author Hawkins, and she is … Read More

Sandy Mush Quilt Gallery: Margaret Hawkins Brown Quilt
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Quilter:     Margaret Hawkins Brown Quilt Name:  Dresden Plate Quilt Created: 2004 On Loan by:   Dave & Kim Everett Charles and Tammy Brown and their family were among the first … Read More

View From Sandy Mush: Conservation Notes “Riparian Boundaries Rock”
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Riparian boundaries are designated setbacks between cultivated fields and streams, vegetative buffers which provide wildlife habitat and improve water quality.  An effective boundary along Sandy Mush Creek, for instance, would have a fence line … Read More

Sandy Mush Quilt Gallery: Peggy Baldwin Quilt
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Quilter: Designed and Pieced by Peggy Baldwin Quilting by Longarm Quilting by Brenda  Quilt Name:   Williamsburg Waltz Quilt Date: 2013-2014 On Loan by: Peggy Baldwin I learned to quilt … Read More

Sandy Mush Quilt Gallery: Julia Borg Quilt
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Quilter:       Julia Borg Quilt name: “sampler” Quilt created: 1986-87 On Loan by: Julia Borg Living in a quilting community and not knowing how to quilt, I jumped … Read More

Garrett 1901 Carver Covered Wagon
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John Garrett’s Carver Covered Wagon has been passed down through the family in Sandy Mush since 1901.  John’s grandpa, Will Garrett bought this wagon in 1901; it was built by … Read More

View from Sandy Mush: Conservation Notes “Birds Spring Make”
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If the arrival of Spring on our Sandy Mush farm is quietly marked by the flowering of red maples, it is loudly announced by birdsong and the flashy courtship of colorful … Read More

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