We combine permaculture and organic principles to create a garden that feeds itself. It’s healthy for the planet, people and wildlife! We use composting, mulching, hugelkultur, native flora and companion planting. We make most fertilizer onsite, avoid storebought pesticides (even the organic ones) and choose non-plastic materials as often as possible.
Living and producing food in a way that protects and replenishes the environment and the community around us. We work diligently to retain & build healthy topsoil. We utilize nutrient recycling and water harvest/retention/conservation systems. We use renewable, reclaimed and non-toxic materials in the house and garden.
We’re a little bit farm, a little bit homestead! At the curb, we’re another small home in the city. Step inside the gate though, and you’ll see every available inch of growing space used to its fullest. We grow and preserve food for ourselves and share/sell what we can. Our small flock of pet chickens provide eggs, insect control, fertilizer and TONS of companionship!
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