Kate has grown up calling rural Putney home. Her education began just up the road from the farm at Putney Central School and later at The Putney School where she first milked cows.
Kate’s family came to Vermont during the mid 1700's mostly were farming in Bennington, Rutland, and Windsor counties. Her three priorities are: Faith, Family, and Farming while serving her local and state community. She’s served on several local boards including the Affordable Housing Committee, Historical Society, and the Windham County Farm Bureau. Homesteading and Homeschooling are currently her main focus.
After over a decade living with misdiagnosed Lyme disease Kate works as an advocate and mentor to others. Her speciality is supporting other parents dealing with pediatric cases of Lyme and the importance of good food in the healing process.
Random KB fact:
In 2002 Kate played a violin jazz solo for Jean-Luc Ponty at a Berklee School of Music master class.
Favorite farm stand offering:
Porter House Steak wrapped in Maple Bacon