We live and breathe our motto: shockingly local, everything but salt. We aspire to be the leader in teaching the world how to grow everything to sustain a small number of families on six acres. Here at Honey Nut Farm, we have planted everything we need to live off the grid if we had to and thrive on our land because we want to eat the most appetizing and nutritious foods possible.
Psychologist by training, farmer at heart.
We're working to grow all our own food and dedicated to teach others how to turn their backyard into their own food forest!
12 years agriculture experience. Learned the trade from the founder of the CSA movement.
Almost all supermarket foods have been selected to look good after surviving the week's-long journey from California or Mexico, sacrificing flavor and nutrition. Same-day foods offer a wealth of forgotten gems: Good king henry, caucasian mountain spinach, sea kale, ground nuts, sun chokes, fiddleheads and mulberries.
There is no need for pesticides, when you support the flowers and vegetation necessary for natures way of controlling harmful insects.
Above, this bee-like Robber Fly ate most of the Japanese Beetles on our beans.
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