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Our Farm

Polyculture Farming

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Here on the farm, we explore many farming methodologies; regenerative, biodynamic, and food frosting. We farm with our hearts and hand and understand the natural world. Polyculture farming brings plants, animals, and human beings together to restore and harmonize the vital forces of the farm. We move with intention and understand that we are stewards of the land to bring back the rhythm of the earth's frequency of wholeness.

What is polyculture farming?

Polyculture is an agricultural method that aims to mimic nature in its design, planting species that complement each other in the same growing space. These species usually grow near each other in the wild and promote a more balanced ecosystem.

Fresh Vegetables

Regenerative 

Regenerative agriculture leads to healthy soil, producing high-quality, nutrient-dense food while simultaneously improving, rather than degrading, land. It is dynamic and holistic, incorporating permaculture and organic farming practices, including conservation tillage, cover crops, crop rotation, composting, mobile animal shelters, and pasture cropping, to increase food production, farmers’ income, and especially topsoil.

Biodynamic

Biodynamic agriculture invites us to develop a conscious and creative conversation with nature. By observing, sensing, and listening to the land, we develop intimate relationships with our unique farm organisms and expand our capacities for perception, reflection, and imagination. Biodynamics is not a fixed recipe or prescription. Cultivating awareness strengthens our ability to work creatively with the dynamics of the land and broader bioregion to bring the vibrancy of the farm organism to full expression.

Food Foresting

A food forest, or forest garden, is a diverse planting of edible plants and the integration of animals that attempts to mimic the ecosystems and patterns found in the natural world. ​ It requires very little input and maintenance since they replicate natural systems. It also creates a habitat for local wildlife, pest control, and pollination.

Veggie & Herb CSA

Home Grown Vegetables

Veggie CSA
Full or Half Share

Community Supported Agriculture is a way for farmers and customers to benefit together.  Members get a better price on vegetables by committing to a season-long membership on the farm and get access to just-out-of-the-field freshness with every weekly pick-up. 

 

We can plan easier knowing that we have members to can count on, and the up-front capital allows for investing in equipment, supplies, and seed at the start of the season.  And unlike purchasing your food at a store, farmers and members alike benefit from the close relationship – tell us what your favorite veggies are and we’ll be sure to grow more!

 

Spices

Herb CSA
Full 

We understand how challenging it is to find high-quality ingredients for medicine making, cooking, and other projects. We know that the quality of the final product is very dependent on the quality of the plants that are grown in soil that was tended to by thoughtful farming. 

 

Save money and boost your health by making your own medicine and food at home with the freshest ingredients possible. That immune syrup you’ve been buying at the store for $20 a bottle? As a CSA member, you have access to all of the ingredients you need – why not try making it yourself with elecampane root, thyme, mullein leaf, and elderflower?

After a season with us, your pantry will be full of homemade teas, tinctures, oils, salves, vinegar, and dried herbs for cooking.

More to Add

We have more wonderful yummy add on's for wellness and pleasure.

Bread

Eggs

Goat Milk

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Wildcrafte Tincitures

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Flowers

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Volunteer
On The Farm

April 25-December 10

Singing Hen Farms relies on the help of individual and group volunteers to help us with the day-to-day operations of our community farm.  Volunteers of all ages and backgrounds have the opportunity to learn and gain hands-on organic farming experience.  All are welcome to volunteer; including groups, student clubs, businesses, and individuals. (Volunteers under age 16 must be accompanied by an adult.  More info below.)

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