By using the natural cycles of nature, plant life, and animals we not only feed communities with healthy, organic food, we also help reverse the impact of climate change and rebuild healthy soil. Each life on the farm contributes to reclaiming acres of farmland—from our veggies, flowers, and hay to our sheep, cattle, horses, chickens, pigs, and even people.
All of our animals are on a rotational schedule that helps regenerate our corner of the earth. Our poultry aerates the topsoil; our ruminants fertilize. And besides—what's more delicious than fresh pasture?
Tilling can disrupt the natural bugs, water levels, and healthy microbes of the soil and humus. Our gardens incorporate a low-to-no-till practice that actually adds nutrients, holds carbon better, and lesses erosion.
We're proud of our low-waste practices, from feeding "ugly" veggies and eggs to our pigs, to making our own certified organic mulch and compost that fertilizes our hay fields and gardens.
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