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We are committed to growing a diverse array of nutrient-dense vegetables to feed our local community using regenerative agriculture**.

** “Regenerative Agriculture” describes farming and grazing practices that, among other benefits, reverse climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity – resulting in both carbon drawdown and improving the water cycle.

Regeneration International

"Let's feed people not just fill them!"
- Kelly Lively

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Through farming we seek to reciprocate, regenerate and replenish 

It is in our best interest to interpret systems found in nature to grow nutritious vegetables. our intention is to work with the land in as hands off a fashion as possible.

Farming is, inherently, cultivation. however there are practices that make it possible to regenerate rather than deplete the natural resources we are relying on to grow what we do. 

-- cover cropping

-- Reducing tillage of the soil

-- adding organic matter

--never using synthetic chemicals for control of pest, disease, or nutrient content

-- companion planting

-- growing an increasingly diverse garden


These practices work to our benefit by sequestering carbon in the soil, strengthening the soil ecosystem, creating and maintaining healthy habitat for insects, birds, and other wildlife, and creating a beautiful space to work and play. 

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