our farm products

Icelandic Wool

We have three Icelandic Ewes named Freya, Frigg and Hella. They graze under the forest canopy and in our silvopasture.  Our sheep get two haircuts a year producing beautiful fleeces.

Forest Grown Mushrooms

Our current seasonal offerings are Turkey Tail, Shiitake, Combs Tooth, Grey Dove Oyster and Summer White Oyster. All are from organic stock, grown on logs in the woods.

Foraged Forest Products

Under our forest canopy, we are stewarding plants that have been traditionally used as herbal medicine.  We also make spices from native plants like spicebush and sassafras.


Our bees are tended in the biodynamic way and we produce honey, beeswax and splits from our small apiary.

Regenerative Farm Experiences

Farm experiences include walking tours, biodynamic educational opportunities and occasional farm dinners.

Biodynamic Preparations

We currently produce six biodynamic preparations on-farm and try to make these available for those who want to try biodynamics in their gardens or on their farms.

What is Biodynamics?

Biodynamic agriculture is a method of farming that views the farm as a self-contained organism, where all elements work together in harmony to create a healthy and sustainable ecosystem. This approach to farming has a long history, dating back to the early 20th century.


Rudolf Steiner Rudolf Steiner, an Austrian philosopher and scientist, is credited with developing the principles of biodynamic agriculture. In 1924, he gave a series of lectures to farmers in Germany, which formed the basis of his approach to agriculture.

Grown by certified Biodynamic Farmer