The definition of the still relatively young concept of sustainable agriculture is difficult to pin down. While some may point to the organic food movement, or the farm-to-table revolution, others may emphasize local farming, and farmland environments. We see it as a way to support our community, to bring back a way of life that has been swallowed up by industrialized practices. We believe in local and want to help support our local farmers, craftsmen, and artist. We do this by opening our farm and introducing as many local goods and products as we can. During this process we have been overwhelmed with the talent we have right here in our own backyards. We have found award winning hot sauces, organic high quality flour, delicious cheeses, pork, chicken, and beef farmers that take great pride in their farm animals and offer the highest standard of care. So, although sustainable agriculture is a relatively new term being tossed around. It is carry some solid weight behind it. Its position on environmental well-being, food systems, and community livelihood makes it unlikely to disappear any time soon.
1. cultivated or farm-produced goods, such as fruit and vegetables.
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1. a worker in a skilled trade, especially one that involves making things by hand.
1. animals that are kept for agricultural purposes.