Our Oklahoma permaculture site!

 

Find our produce sold at the

Fairland Farmer’s Market,

or by pre-order for pickup at our place.

For weekly or so updates, visit our Facebook page.

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Our Farming Practices

On our way to Organic

    We’re still too small so we're technically 'exempt' from certification, but give us a few years!

Water & Soil Stewardship:

When it rains it pours! Farming practices that are thoughtless easily cause erosion and pollution. Rainwater is an amazing resource which shouldn’t be wasted.

Ecosystem Diversity

We call our gardens ‘cultivated ecologies’

Life on our Cultivated Ecology

Winter

Spring

Summer

Fall

Predator & Prey

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We grow perennials with our annuals

Strawberries, asparagus, herbs, flowers, rhubarb, horseradish, you name it! Growing perennials mixed, or alongside, annual crops means that their rootzone is an oasis for soil critters when the soils for annuals are  disturbed. This means a faster recovery time for the soil food web when we transition crops in our garden beds. Also,longer rooted perennials reach deep into the earth to find moisture and nutrients and through transpiration and root/leaf fall, share it with other plants.