Karen & Peter

Karen Parker Feld and Pete Freeman are  taking Crows’ Feat back to its roots as a working farm.  The challenge of providing sufficient and nourishing food for our society has assumed new urgency as a result of the loss of topsoil and community that are ravaging the heartlands of America.  We believe that regenerative cultivation of food and forests is vitally important to the survival of our natural communities. It is upon that belief that we are restoring these lands to peak fertility, while preserving habitats for native flora and fauna.  


Devin Torres is a young man who is wise beyond his years.  Extraordinarily caring and capable, Devin has surmounted all challenges, working two or three jobs at a time, to forge his place in the world – since he was sixteen years old.  Before he joined us in this community farming endeavor, Devin excelled at everything to which he put his hand and heart. 



Kristen McIntosh loves hard work and getting her hands dirty – whatever is needed to nurture plants and animals.  A former small business owner, she has a can-do attitude and a talent for organizing people. Kristen is a dynamic and funny individual who has a gift for friendship and making people smile.  Having devoted much of her life to caring for others, she now enjoys the simplicity of time spent in nature.  When not shoveling shit or hauling water, Kristen enjoys spending time with her two grown children and her pal Romeo.

YONI & Kimberly

Longtime friends of the farm Yoni Draiblate and Kimberly Oppelt have been regular participants in our concert series and will be spending the summer growing food with us.  Yoni is the principal cellist with the Florida Orchestra, and Kimberly is a vocal virtuoso. Before she became operatic, Kimberly spent several years working on Tuttle’s Farm in Dover following her graduation from UNH.  She has a knack for growing things and Yoni a talent for fixing things – a skill that came in handy last summer when a mouse chewed through the hydraulic lines of our brand new tractor!  We look forward to welcoming them back to Crows’ Feat, along with their two young sons, Jonathan and Benjamin.   


Alicia Crow started canning as a way to feed her family and friends from her own garden. She has been preserving food since she was about 10  years old, making jams and jellies from fruit picked fresh when in season. Alicia grew up on a farm amid a large family, with a large garden. They  needed to be grocery store frugal, so she learned at a young age to not waste any food. Canning became a way of life.


Alicia enjoys experimenting, making new things for people (her testers) to try and provide feedback on. She believes people should be able to get good food at a reasonable price.  Crows’ Feat farm provides produce and kitchen space for Alicia to work her magic. We’re delighted to feature her culinary gifts in our farm store!


Ken is a neighbor and friend of Crows’ Feat Farm who has been a regular participant in our work parties over the years.  He has now embarked on his second career as a farmer.  A former software engineer, Ken brings meticulous analytical and organizational skills to our planting operations.  Just as we have been learning from him, Ken has learned about no-till growing techniques and the art of groundhog re-location (hoping to avoid a Caddyshack moment!)  Ken grows our lettuces, radishes, beets and other produce across the street.  Apart from farming, Kens’ interests include ocean kayaking and renewable energy options for consumers, such as solar, batteries, and EVs.