We are a small, first generation family farm. We're just getting started here in southwest Fort Worth, TX and are excited to bring our neighbors and community local, healthy food and healing programs. Please support your local farmers and help move our food back to our communities instead of half way around the world.
Shelly Tarver has a master's degree in education and has taught in the public school system in Chicago and San Antonio. After years of teaching, she has brought her expertise into the local farming community and now educates through the farm setting.
“Stay; Let’s play in the dirt.” Our playful tagline carries with it both great pain and a hopeful future. The semicolon is a nod to project semicolon, which is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope to those who are struggling with mental health, suicide, self-injury, and addiction. “A semicolon is used when an author could’ve chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. The author is you and the sentence is your life.” We want you to stay with us, and together, enjoy getting your hands dirty playing in our Earth’s beautiful gardens. There's something healing about digging in the dirt surrounded by people who love and support you exactly where you are. So stay; and let's play in the dirt. It's THYME to start HEALING.