It's the time of year when Chris and Michelle Chmiel spend the month of November preparing for their winter hibernation and putting Integration Acres to rest for the next few months until spring comes to the Albany, Ohio, farm in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Throughout this time, Integration Acres and all who work together to maintain its namesake do what they can to get the last milk from the goats, sell off the last of their harvest and the products they make from it, along with providing any remaining tours that intrigued individuals will travel to just to get a glimpse of the farm where, in a matter of years, became a hub for southeastern Ohio's native Pawpaw fruit, among the many other treats that come out of a year's hard work.