About us

We are a family owned business/farm right outside Greencastle (like we can walk to town square) Indiana.  We have been “farming” and more or less homesteading for over 8 years. We have a second location where we have a Tiny House and small property in Wingate Indiana where we cut ties with city life and lived in 550 sq ft for over a year before buying and moving to the big farm. The Greencastle location has approximately 32 acres, with an additional 40 to use lightly (not actually ours).

We have a variety of animals on farm and you can learn more about them at the Our Animals Page

We practice not only sustainable agriculture but regenerative. We do everything we can to eliminate or severely reduce harmful chemicals from our practices. Because we are adjacent to a waterway, and all of the water diversion from our property empty into that waterway, we try to use best practices for erosion control and definitely eliminate pollutants. We have four natural springs on the property, and some flow continuously year round.

We do a little bit of everything from fiber, meat, teaching, and tours. We are still growing and add something new or experiment with something each year.

Just some of the skills we have picked up and can share:

  • Sap collecting and syrup making
  • Milking goats
  • Shearing sheep, llamas, alpacas
  • Tiny House living
  • Wild foraging
  • Natural fiber dyes
  • Permaculture (sustainable and regenerative agriculture)
  • Water harvesting
  • Wine making
  • Cheese making
  • Building a milking machine
  • Processing fiber (wool)
  • Homesteading
  • Aquaponics
  • Presentation/teaching
  • Medicinal Herbs

We can be found on Google maps and the physical address is
1493 W Co. Rd 100 S. Greencastle, In 46135

The farm is primarily hilly and a combination of woods and pastures. We border the Big Walnut Creek. We use Google Earth Pro for mapping and planning purposes. The below picture gives you an idea of our setup.

We have a booth at the Fiber Event for Greencastle

Starting 2018 we hope to add a booth at Feast of the Hunters Moon

We are looking for more events that will accommodate our schedules, and as inventory grows.

We are on social media as well

You can find us on:

Facebook

Meet-up

Twitter

YouTube

We are a Indiana Grown member