REGENERATIVE, SUSTAINABLE, ORGANIC, CHEMICAL FREE, IN THE SOIL AND SUN. If those words mean nothing to you, that's ok. Basically, it means that on our farm, we foster an environment where bugs, microbes, fungi, and other biology can thrive. We want our farm to be a place that a kid (or anyone!) could walk around and get excited about eating the vegetables growing there. We don't use chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides. A tractor was rented for the initial tillage but now No-Till/Minimal-Till methods are used to maintain a healthier, thriving soil that can produce better veggies, with less weeds, less pests, less machines and ultimately less effort. We, as well as most small organic farms and a growing number of larger farms, believe that implementing these ideals in some degree is the future of agriculture. 

We grow on about 1/3 of an acre and intend on staying small so as to keep a close connection to our customers and the  food we grow for them.

What is regenerative agriculture?  

What is "no-till"?