We strongly believe in local, small scale, beyond organic (in the most ecological sense) agriculture. We are committed to hard labor and getting dirty in order to get to know the soil and better understand how to work with, and not against, the land. We define our success by the quality of food we produce, not the quantity. We focus on producing nutrient dense food with a life force that energizes the body, mind, and soul. We believe in the interconnectedness of the life web and see ourselves as a cog in the wheel.
True sustenance comes from developing a deeper relationship to ones food, knowing your farmer and how your food is grown. This enables us to connect to the earth, take responsibility for our own health, and start living today. All these factors contribute to overall health and well-being. True sustainability requires resiliency and a commitment to move beyond our dysfunctional food system and envision a brighter future with backyard bounty in every yard.
By deliberately choosing to live simply, grow food, wild-craft, hunt and gather for nourishment, and live without, life develops richness, not offered elsewhere. Farming provides an endless workload and labor of love; the best rewards life has to offer. We strive to live every day learning from the challenges thrown our way, and use them to approach solutions to live more effective and rewarding lives.