The Ag Reserve is a bountiful source of inspiration for artists,
artisans, writers, food producers and more. visit charming
artists’ studios, shop the farm markets bursting with summer
fruits and vegetables, and meander along its quiet roads. As
things begin to open up, there is much to explore and enjoy!
Bonny Lundy’s flowing watercolors
celebrate the beauty of our lives. You
will find her Interpreting the natural
world from plein air travel painting or
positioned in her gardens and studio
woodlands in Brookeville Maryland.
Lundy’s art offers the feelings of a
place through color and movement. A
highly regarded fine artist and watercolor
instructor, she has led workshops
and classes here and abroad
for over thirty years. Visit Bonny’s
studio by appointment at [email protected].
View her art by
Windridge Vineyards is a family-owned company.
As both farmers and oenophiles, we see wine as
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fundamentally an agricultural product that should
reflect the unique terroir of the vineyard from which it
comes. While our first vines were planted in 2011,
Mark and Dominique Agnew of Thistle
our family has been farming in Montgomery
Thickets Farm have been keeping their
County since 1959. This experience and
friends clean since 2013 when they first
intimate knowledge of the land has
developed their secret recipes in their
allowed us to select the most suitable
basement laboratory, hidden in the
acreage for grape production, as well as
heart of the Ag Reserve. Each bar of
the best grapes for each vineyard site.
soap is one fourth pure goat milk—no
Come try our wines from our solar tasting
pavilion or our soon to open tasting
powders, no gimmicks. Goat milk is
close to human skin in pH; it also contains
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vitamins, minerals, and alpha-hydroxy acids
which are beneficial to the skin. When combined with
shea butter and a rich moisturizing combination of olive, coconut and avocado oils, you end
up with a beautiful hard soap with an abundance of lather. Keeping the Ag Reserve clean,
one bar of soap at a time—that’s one way to save the world! www.thistlethickets.com
Melanie Choukas-Bradley’s newest book, Resilience—Connecting With Nature in a Time of
Crisis, offers many creative ways to help us through our current crisis by deepening our connection
with nature close to home, as forest bathers, backyard birders and naturalists, gardeners and
foragers. Several residents of the Ag Reserve share their own advice and wisdom in the pages of
this informative book, which can be read in a single sitting. Melanie is the author of two books
about Sugarloaf Mountain, illustrated by Barnesville artist Tina Thieme Brown. Tina also illustrates
Melanie’s forthcoming book due out this summer: Finding Solace at Theodore Roosevelt Island.