We are located in Rockwood, Tennessee and grow our
vegetables on our small farm. We start our plants from seed
and grow organic produce, fertilizing with worm compost here
on the farm
We sell produce at our farm stand produced through our
The project demonstrates effective use of
planning and best methods for obtaining optimal yields in
urban landscaping through the use of permaculture practices.
This will enable participants to see how a small plot can be
used to grow fresh, wholesome food to supplement family food
budgets, or produce extra income utilizing basic
entrepreneurial skills in conjunction with local demand by
utilizing local venues. Participants will be engaged in
school classrooms, at the garden, at the farmerís market and
project will encourage gardening for
local food production from garden to plate and demonstrate a
proven method. We will seek to include classroom teachers
who would like to teach integrative lessons in health,
nutrition, science, economics and marketing centered on
vegetable and fruit production to provide local fresh food
sources. Stop by the Farm Stand and tour our gardens.
Agriculture is one of my greatest interests, when I'm not
working on my school work for UT, I always try to get out
and weed, fertilize and harvest vegetables.
Thanks for stopping by.