We are - each one of us - a force of nature.

two women, smiling up at the camera with a fence and some donkeys in the background

Yet we are often disconnected from nature and overwhelmed by the constant noise of modern life.

Like many of you, we miss deep connections and a sense of belonging to a place and community. 

But it doesn't have to be that way. Any step we can take to live and eat in right relationship to nature brings us closer to balance. 

So we are building a farm that nurtures the land through good growing practices and nurtures our community through on-farm activities and healthy food.

We've been growing fruits and veggies for 20 years.  For us, it's all about fresh, delicious and sustainable. 

Elderberry is a native plant here. You can see it springing up along creeks and rural roads all over Ohio.

It does not require artificial fertilizers or herbicides, just lots of compost. The same is true for garlic. Growing these plants at scale does not damage our waterways and ecosystem.  They are good for the Earth and for people.

We are joyfully planting elderberries, garlic and as many other superfoods as we can on our little 20-acre corner of this planet. 

Our elderberry syrup tastes like fresh berries and amazing honey because that's what it is. No spices or flavorings have been added, so you can:

- Drink it straight like a shot
- Add it to your smoothies
- Make salad dressing
- Top your yoghurt
- Mix it in a cocktail
- Make elderberry soda

And it's good for you! Elderberries have 3 times the anti-oxidants of blueberries.

Get some today!