Fickle Creek Farm comes full circle– sustainably

June 17, 2009 at 8:27 pm Leave a comment

From the Newsand Observer 6-17-09:

“Ten years ago,walking around a certain 61-acre parcel of land in Efland was more like off-roading. All you could see were overgrown weeds and trees coming out of nutritionally parched soil…  Ben Bergmann and Noah Ranells, then NC State University professors teaching and researching agro-forestry and soil science, could see much more…. goats, sheep, cows and chickens grazing free on pastures and garden patches full of vegetables and fruits.”

After a decade of hardwork, that’s what they now have. Fickle Creek Farm, including their solar bed-and-breakfast, is a success. Click here to read the rest of this feature by Luciana Chavez.

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