Kinne Brook Farm has been in the Lake family since 1980. In 2010, Eliza Lake and her husband Bart Niswonger bought the farm and now live in the early 19th-century farmhouse with their son Augustus and their daughter Charlotte.
The farm is rich in its diversification: we have a growing herd of Highland Cattle which we raise for beef; have a flock of chickens from which we get eggs; make hay with our neighbors on our collective 65 acres that we sell out of our barn; cut our own firewood; and provide sap to our neighbors J.P. and Marian Welch for maple syrup. In addition, Bart builds furniture in an old machinery shed and Eliza works as a consultant from an office in the house.
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