Have you ever considered that you can actually grow many of the vegetables you’re currently buying at the supermarket? Have you tried a garden before and felt like it’s a never-ending battle against weeds and pests?
We’ve taken the work out of gardening and replaced it with joy and abundance. By following a few simple principles, you too can grow nutrient-dense, chemical-free goodness in your backyard with a fraction of the work. We’ve spent thousands of hours over the past ten years figuring out what works and what doesn’t. Come join us and let us share what we’ve discovered along the way.
We’ll cover an overview of the following topics and more:
How microbial life in the soil works with plants to unlock nutrients
Winning the battle with weeds using cover crops and no-till methods
Understanding what’s really going on in a compost pile
Why pesticides and fertilizers are counter-productive
Economics of backyard food production – unleashing abundance financially, emotionally and physically.
Whether you’ve been gardening for decades, or want to start a garden for the first time, this session will provide an overview of techniques we follow based on principles found within the field of soil food web biology.
NOTE: This 2 hour session is a “preview” of information to be covered in an 8 hour in-depth workshop being offered in April.
Five times through the growing season, we butcher the chickens we raise. This is the THIRD of the 2017 season. If you would like to pick up fresh, whole chickens the day we butcher at a bulk discount, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 330-412-2544 if you have questions. Here are the details:
Min Qty Order: 5 whole chickens
Avg Weight 5lb each
Price/lb = $3.79 (Normal $3.99)
To reserve yours: please email us your Name, Phone Number and Number of Whole Chickens you want to reserve.
Our last butcher date for 2017 is October 7th. It is important to calculate how much chicken you will need until June 2018 (7months) and make your reservation accordingly. For instance: if your family plans eat one chicken per week on average, you will need about 30 chickens for the winter.