I am a mother of an 18-month-old boy and wife of 8 years. Our family owns a business where we sell homesteading goods like cut flowers, fruit, herbs, household products, wood-turned products, hand built chicken coops and more.
We are committed to leaving the rat race of corporate society and helping the next generation connect with their ancestry through family recipes, folk medicine, ancient arts/hobbies, and the connection to the earth from growing our own food. We aim to help people slow down and savor what matters most in this life.
We raise chickens, grow cut flowers, herbs and vegetables. My husband is a carpenter using his woodworking skills to create livestock cages, chicken coops, raised garden beds, etc. He also makes everyday household heirlooms on our wood lathe such as rolling pins, wooden vases, candle sticks, kitchen utensils, and more.
We are passionate and hopeful that we can one day own a farm of our own that would provide a sanctuary space for people to access healing in the dirt and among the flowers. That we would be able to connect our resources to a destination for people to come and experience what a slower paced life can offer. We are looking for a minimum of 5-10 acres of usable land for growing and building/renovating a home for this purpose.
We are currently working where we are with what we have. Which is on an acre of land. We sell our products on our website, through social media and farmers markets. We have a community following and are excited to watch this dream blossom.
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We are raising 7 Rhode Island Red / Easter Egger chickens and two rescued cats. We aspire to have more property to be able to add cattle and goats to our herd.