Our Farmers

We strive to source our ingredients from local farms which use natural farming practices such as regenerative agriculture and permaculture as much as possible. We are strict on requiring pasture-raised, free-range, grass-fed, food-grade animal products. Learn more about our special local sources below…

Nightfall Farm: www.nightfallfarm.com

Pasture-Raised and Organic-Fed Pork Fat (Lard)

Free-Range Organic-Fed Eggs

Thousand Hills – Lifetime Grazed: www.thousandhillslifetimegrazed.com

100% Grass Fed Suet Tallow

Natural Choice Family Farm : www.getrawmilk.com

Raw, Grass-Fed & Pasture-Raised Whole Cow Milk (100% hormone & antibiotics FREE)

Woodland Farm: www.woodlandfarm.com

Pasture-Raised, Organic-Fed Pork Fat (Lard)

100% Grass-Fed Tallow

Bohman Bee Company: www.bohmanbeecompany.com

Raw Natural Honey & Beeswax

Happy Critter’s Farm:


Raw Grass-Fed Pasture-Raised Goat Milk

What Is Permaculture?

Permaculture is a system of agricultural design principles centered around simulating or directly utilizing the patterns and features observed in natural ecosystems. It is the inspiration for the name Perma-Earth – read more about us here.

The term “permaculture” was coined by Bill Mollison in the 1970’s. Mollison created the term when trying to describe the fact that any permanent human settlement relies on a sustainable environmental system for long-term survival.

– “PERMACULTURE: A Designer’s Manual” by Bill Mollison

What Is Regenerative Agriculture?

Regenerative agriculture is a set of holistic land management practices and grazing strategies that seek to restore and enhance the natural resources that are used, rather than deplete them. Regenerative agriculture looks holistically at the agro-ecosystem to build soil health, increase clean and safe water runoff, improve biodiversity and ecosystem resiliency, and increase carbon draw-down. We have seen firsthand the way this approach can restore diverse grasslands, eliminate the need for synthetic fertilizers and chemical herbicides, and improve the nutritional value of meat – all while helping rural economies to thrive. – Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed