persimmon, tulsi, strawberry, black eyed susan, yarrow, cranberry viburnum
dried thyme, rosemary, & lemon balm
american green tree frog, cardoon plant
autumn olive, catnip, sunchoke, comfrey, elderberry
south east field facing north west
lemon balm patch
blue heron at south pond
Johann & Jamie, center field
yarrow, tulsi, red clover, strawberries, scorzonera
anise hyssop, black eyed susan
high tunnel from south east field
monarch butterfly, strawberry, chervil, allium
oaks, mint, elderberry, currant
cardoon, black eyed susan
Chris & Johann, high tunnel
fig tree, sage, purple basil, tarragon, raspberries
Matt, center field
fennel flowers, sunflowers
mixed baby carrots
Johann plants a tree
currant, yarrow, thyme
garlic chives, southwest field
thyme, strawberry, perennial allium
small hoop house
On our farm, located within Delaware River Watershed, we cultivate fruits, nuts, medicinal herbs, and wild edibles within naturalized plantings that mimic the wild ecology. Through site specific design, we integrate approaches found in environmental restoration, permaculture design, and regenerative agriculture to create low input, self-renewing, agroecological systems that naturally restore health and integrity to our shared landscape.
Beyond our fields we bring these practices to our consulting and design work with farmers, landowners, and organizations. Inspired by a philosophy that recognizes all elements are integral to an interconnected planet, we approach landscapes as interdependent ecosystems, out of which the well being of all is reflected in the health and functionality of the whole. We bring this mindful holistic approach to everything we do, from the products we craft, to the programs and services we offer.
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