Our Farmers

Nightfall Farm: www.nightfallfarm.com

Pasture-Raised Lard and Eggs

Thousand Hills – Lifetime Grazed: www.thousandhillslifetimegrazed.com

Grass Fed Tallow

Bohman Bee Company: www.bohmanbeecompany.com

Raw Honey & Beeswax

Local Family Farmers

Raw Grass Fed Buttermilk, Grass Fed Tallow, Free-Range Eggs, Raw Honey & Beeswax, Naturally-Raised Lard

Since moving onto our one and a half acre homestead in 2017, we have added:

Brandon collecting our raw, homegrown honey.
  • Egg and Meat Chickens
  • Honeybee Hives
  • Perennial Herbs, Bushes, and Trees
  • 5,000+ Square Foot Annual Gardens
  • 7×8 Foot Greenhouse **Construction in May 2021**

Our goal is to design a farm for optimal use with a positive environmental impact. Future goals include installing better irrigation and water collection/filtration systems, and making better chicken tractors for the meat chickens and laying hens.

Our Bocking-14 Russian Comfrey in the Spring.

Recycling and reducing our waste is important to us. Instead of relying on synthetic fertilizers, we prefer to use natural fertilizers like compost and animal wastes. We try to use only natural forms of pest-control to combat threats to our family’s food production.

We attempt to companion plant together in ways that the plants can compliment and support each other as this is very restorative to the natural environment and increases biodiversity.

Please contact us to schedule a visit or to see our bodycare workshop!

Learn more about our other ingredients here.

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 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