March 13, 2020 • 0 comment(s)
Hello patrons, friends and family! We have had some glorious days over the past couple weeks with some minor chilly weather. It’s been so nice experiencing the transition from winter to spring. We have some really awesome things going on this season from finishing in-progress projects to beginning new construction projects, hosting educational workshops with highly experienced instructors, and making our transition into a pizza farm and regenerative education hub. Stay tuned with all the new updates.This past week we started hosting a new eager intern named Maddy from Raleigh and she will be learning and working with me over the next four months. Along with the new intern we have been working on an addition to our farm office building. We also plan to finish the greenhouse and continue with more upgrades around the farm.
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November 18, 2019 • 0 comment(s)
Howdy small farm and homestead enthusiasts! The seasons surely are changing and winter seems to be knocking at our door. As things are transitioning to a winter climate we have to take necessary measures to winterize our equipment and operations to be able to function as a portable and dynamic unit. We are currently enacting our cold weather plan to be able to make it successfully through the winter. Although there has been quite a bit going on around the farm and with our family, we have some really awesome educational and volunteer opportunities coming up in December and in the spring of 2020.
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August 26, 2019 • 0 comment(s)
Greetings family farm enthusiasts, friends and patrons. It's been quite a while since I have written a newsletter. I have been diligently working on developing our systems here to be more sustainable and to function interdependently in a closed loop environment. Everything is going great with all that we have going on. Folks constantly ask how do we do everything and get it all done in a day. My response: the way to deal with heavy work loads is effective time management. The more and more I observe Nature and the natural cycles that work interdependently in our ecosystem, the more I am in awe. Nature works beautifully and it takes many many, many working parts to happen harmoniously. Walking outside early in the morning is like hearing a symphony with many beautiful sounds blessing my soul. The more I get in tune with Nature and learn more about these systems, I am able to effectively develop our farming systems to function in accordance with Nature.
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