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Garden Soil

Sustainable Practices

Our sustainable practices

What makes our produce so special? We grow all of our food using sustainable, organic farming practices.

While we are not certified USDA organic, we use sustainable and environmentally friendly farming practices to grow our produce. Our farming methods prioritize soil health, biodiversity, and natural pest management. We avoid the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers and instead rely on crop rotation, cover crops, and compost to maintain the health of our soil and crops.

We use no-till methods to prep our beds and apply a deep layer of compost mulch. This keeps the soil's structure intact and preserves the microorganism ecologies already living in the soil. The primary pesticide that we use on the farm is called Bt., which is short for Bacillus thuringiensis. This living bacteria infects the guts of greedy caterpillars to kill them while sparing our beautiful, beneficial insects.


While we grow predominantly fruits and vegetables, we always have a flower patch to support our pollinators. We do not use herbicides on the farm; all weed control is done by mulching or using mechanical methods. We conserve water on the farm by using drip irrigation that delivers water directly to the root zone of plants. 

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