We believe that we should be able to make a great living working from home and growing our own fresh, organic, non-GMO food in a Permaculture setting. And we're here to show you how to do that too, so stay tuned and follow us on our social media channels. While you're at it, purchase a couple of items from our store! We source and purchase from small businesses who are mostly trying to do what we are doing! So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us.
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Our Growing Methods: As a teaching facility, we utilize Permaculture, Back-to-Eden, Findhorn, Coleman, Raised Beds, Food Not Lawns, Season Extension and Intensive farming techniques. We currently have one non-heated hoop house and are building another that will hopefully be heated in the winter months. We use a variety of composts and mulches to build up the silty-clay soil that we live on. We grow food for multiple chemically sensitive people focusing on Blood Type O and non-secretor status individuals using GMO-free seeds and organic potting soil.
We maintain very spoiled, happy/healthy, humanely-cared for small farm animals and birds that nurture our farm and nursery from their birth to death.
We value building relationships of trust and respect that are sustaining, restorative, and transformative for our customers, employees, and selves. We strive to operate our farm honorably, with creativity and profitably and with the utmost respect for those our products and services touch.
Established December 24, 2008, our picturesque, rural, diversified homestead/small farm/nursery/food forest is a model of all things edible grown locally in our climate. We are stewards of the land and forest in unique ways (of course) not yet fully known or understood by our community and two nearby land grant universities. Our goal is to change that and introduce as many people as we can to the world of permaculture and regenerative farming.
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