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2902 Mt. Willing Road, Efland, NC 27243

Join us at the farm!

Campers, preschoolers, afterschoolers, groups, and community gardeners

are invited to play, work, eat, learn, and grow on our 20-acre farm property 


What does garden membership look like?

  • Open Garden Hours several times a week for gardening and playing at the farm. We are very kid-friendly. Babies welcome, too! (No pets, please.)

  • Gardening in community - we share the space (rather than individual plots) and help each other!

  • Events/gatherings - many free, some with a small fee to help cover expenses. 

  • Vegetables, fruit, flowers and eggs for your table!

  • Guidance from Farmers Erica and Sandy as well as other fellow gardeners

  • Membership cost: See membership form for more details.

  • For those for whom cost may be a concern, please speak with our farmers for alternative options!

Garden Membership is currently CLOSED until January 2025!

Please check back with us then!


Summer Garden Hours

Mondays: 9-11am

Thursdays: 4-6pm

Saturdays: 8-10am

Homeschool Wednesdays

Summer Hours:

Mondays 9am-11am

Gather and enjoy our farm space, help feed the animals, jump in with whatever the farmers are working on in the garden, and bring a picnic lunch! This event will be capped at around 10 families. If there is substantial interest, we may open up a second time period. Currently FULL.

Cost: See membership form for more info.


to learn more!

Garden Membership is currently CLOSED until January 2025!

Please check back with us then!

We have fun year-round on the farm!

Check out what is coming up next!

A camper holding eggs


Our farm community consists of campers ranging in age from 3 to 18, church and school groups, and families, friends, and neighbors!

When we come together to

garden and eat, we learn more

about one another, the land,

and life on the earth we all share.

Baby goat


As we tend our farm, we look to nature as model. How might we best work WITH nature to produce foods that honor our bodies as well as the soils and streams? How can we be sensitive to the needs and health of our livestock, our wild creatures, our habitats, AND ourselves?

Hands holding tomatoes


A garden can be a place of learning,  solace, friendship,

growth, and renewal.

We hope that our farm will offer you

 a place to experience more of God’s love within the context of creation.


  • Visit during Open Garden Hours - 2902 Mt. Willing Road, Efland, NC

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