Our little family farm has evolved from living in suburbia with a backyard flock of chickens and tomatoes in pots to a small farm with it's own ecosystem. We aim for organic in our practices, and we strive for a symbiotic environment with our animals and our gardens using permaculture approaches.
If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it is that we want to be as self sustainable as possible and that keeping things close to home may just be a wonderful thing. The more educated we become on industrial food practices, the more we shy away from them. We aim to produce the majority of the food we consume, and be able to share that bounty with our community. We are proud to grow the food that feeds your families.
We believe that happy animals create better food. We use a farming practice called 'rotational pasturing', where the animals are rotated regularly and the pastures have a chance to recover and rest between grazings. This leads to healthier animals and healthier pastures.