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You name it, we do it, or have tried it.  Not everything has worked but we HAVE and WILL continue to try to produce the healthiest system we can with the highest ecological benifits, at a financially stable price.

 Our ultimate goal is to produce the best longterm health of our soil, our plants, our biome, and our bodies.

Why Organic?

1. Nutrient Density.

Organic farmers are required to nourish the soil that feeds our food. 

2. No Persistent Pesticides or Synthetic Fertilizers.

Designed by intent to kill living organisms, persistent pesticides can be harmful to wildlife and human health, especially as they contaminate our food, air and water or accumulate in our cells. Synthetic fertilizers require large quantities of fossil fuels to produce, and contribute to soil degradation and ocean dead zones.

3. Soil Health and Carbon

Growing a perenial crop means we never need to till or turn the soil over which can deplete it.  Instead, we build soil by mulching our plants and spreading organic nutrients.  Building soil means greater: carbon capturing, micro organisms, water retention, and organic mater.

4. Improving Biodiversity and Water Resources of our Communities.

Every year we develop a plan with our certifiers to improve soils, reduce runoff, and increase diverisity of flora and fauna on our farms.

5. No GMOs.