We recently received a suggestion through our Facebook page that we change our category from “farm” to “urban farm.” While I respect and appreciate the suggestion, I would like to explain why we are going to reject it. First of all, we are not located […]
Naturally Grown Faith, Family, Farming
All things farm related including:
Farm Crafts: When we’re not playing in the dirt, we’re busy with all kinds of farm craft. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Tell us about it and maybe we can custom grow or craft it for you! And don’t forget to check out our “Re-Newed” items! True farmers know that everything can be re-purposed at least a few (dozen) times.
What’s Growing: Stay up to date on the latest naturally grown produce and herbs waiting to be picked fresh while you wait. This is also where Aidan posts availability of her farm fresh 4H eggs. Our daughter, Aidan, is a member of the Knox County Chick Chain Project. Each year the kids raise 12-24 hens from babies. Selling eggs is part of the project and give Aidan some extra fun money. Her current hens lay brown or green (on the outside only!) eggs of varying sizes.
This is for my friends over on Pinterest and comes from the kind of knowledgeable folks at www.Homesteadingsurvivalism.com who get the credit for doing all this work. All of these 66 food plants can be grown in containers. I encourage you to visit their website […]
We’re so excited! We are now officially listed with “Pick Tennessee Products,” an agricultural marketing program of the Tennessee Department of Agriculture. We hope you’ll stop by their website (click on the image) and find out more about all the wonderful things Tennessee farmers have […]
When you see the Appalachian Grown logo, know you’re buying fresher foods that support family farms, strengthen the local economy, preserve rural culture, and protect the region’s natural beauty. When you buy food or a farm product with the Appalachian Grown label you are getting a product […]
Spirit Dog Farm is very much a work in progress. Planning (and amending those plans) helps me while away rainy or off-season days, stay enthused, become re-enthused and prioritize the work. At first, our planning was verbal and frequently led to an occasional difference of […]