We pasture raise a small herd of pure breed Nigerian Dwarf goats and American Guinea hogs. Contact us for availability for this season.
2/10/17 It is mid-February and we are just about ready to start our nursery season. We thought it would be nice to take this opportunity, before the busy season, to give a quick review of 2016 and a look ahead. Animals Chickens: In 2016 we took over 12 semi retired layers and started 25Continue reading “Year in Review: 2016 Our First Year On the Farm”
Thank you to all of our customers and community for a great first spring season of plant sales! We had a lot of fun, learned a ton, and met so many awesome people. We are so happy to relocate to such an awesome community of garden nerds and the like. Spring 2017 we will beContinue reading “On To the Next!”
Working to Nourish Our Bodies, Minds, Spirit, Community, and Habitat. We grow seedlings, cut flowers, and produce. Our first year on the farm and in production was awesome. We also were able to teach classes in the end of the year promoting fall gardening. Our diversified animal team was kicked off with chickens, ducks, goats,Continue reading “NATURE WORKS Farm & Nursery”
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We are driven to raise plants and animals in a way that improves the health of the local ecosystem rather than taking away from it. Plants, animals, and microorganisms naturally work together to build fertility and to hold water to allow life to flourish. We as tenders of this great earth can promote the growthContinue reading “A Note on Integrating Small Livestock”
March is an amazing time to learn a new piece of land. We have enjoyed seeing animals such as a great blue heron, ducks and frogs in the pond, I found scat of some kind of predator. Also familiar spring herbs (mostly bitter greens) jumping up. We also have already found brown oyster mushrooms, and severalContinue reading “Getting to Know the Farm”