We are currently in the process of developing a comprehensive, permaculture design master plan for these fifteen acres. Our focus in this process will be to build resiliency, community, accessibility and to implement a regenerative land use approach to food production and conservation. As we create this plan for future stewardship and resiliency of the land, we will be considering all the ways in which we are able to meaningfully serve our community.
We are utilizing practices such as carbon sequestration, bio-char production, food forest cultivation, building of healthy soil, and focusing on a whole, closed-looped system, as we continue to develop an understanding and relationship with the land.
In addition we are:
Growing and selling unique varieties of cut flowers and produce for retail and wholesale.
Selling eggs from our large flock of pasture-raised chickens which, in addition to food from foraging, are fed exclusively organic feed and chemical-free organic matter from our farm.
Creating a healthy and supportive habitat for native pollinators and honey bees.
Honoring the process of seed saving and rare seed preservation through our business purchases and practices.
Learning. From the land, from old-timers, those new to farming and from everyone in between.
Please visit “News & Updates” for current information on our egg, flower and produce offerings!
Thank you for visiting and for your support of our family farm!
“Agriculture must mediate between nature and the human community, with ties and obligations in both directions. To farm well requires an elaborate courtesy toward all creatures, animate and inanimate. It is sympathy that most appropriately enlarges the context of human work. Contexts become wrong by being too small - too small, that is, to contain the scientist or the farmer or the farm family or the local ecosystem or the local community - and this is crucial.”
― Wendell Berry, Bringing it to the Table: On Farming and Food