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Wild Art Farm is an evolving, creative exercise in natural food production & wildcrafting.  We practice growing healthy non gmo heirloom fruits & vegetables and herbs in concert with nature without the use of chemicals.  We also harvest a wide array of wild foods and medicinals that are available to us on our 40 acres, mule not included.  

We offer heirloom, exotic and Appalachian standard produce at the local market and preserve the vast bounty of our production for our personal use through canning, dehydrating, making tinctures, salves and wildcrafted wine.  

 

What Can You Eat on Your Land?

  • Posted on: 22 December 2018
  • By: Gianni

Golden RodOne of the basic principles of self sufficiency and resilience is the abilility to feed yourself. As long as you've got money and the store's open that's how most people do it.  If you've got a garden it takes some investment of money to start it and a considerable investment of time to maintain it.  And yet, most people overlook or even scoff at the idea of harvesting food from the wild.  Food and medicine, that you don't have to invest anything more than harvest and prep time to get.  We think that's wasteful so we'd like to show you what you've already got on your land.