Monday, April 10, 2017
Exciting news to share indeed! Ladybug Farms has been awarded a Tiny House that was built by UGA Sustainable Building Design students and funded by Georgia Organics. The Tiny House will be used as housing for folks that attend Adult & Family Farm Camp at Ladybug Farms. For more information about 2-4 Night Tiny House stays at a Working Organic Farm please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Ladybug Farms recently became the first USDA Certified Organic Hay Supplier in Georgia as part of the Georgia Organics 100 Farms Campaign. The hay is a fescue grass mix which has been amended with white clover and vetch to increase nutritional value. This hay is ideal for feeding to small herds of goats and sheep that are pursuing organic certification. It is also an excellent option for folks seeking a chemical and fertilizer free mulch in their vegetable garden beds as well as for making biodynamic compost.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Ladybug Farms has again been invited as the Farm Partner in the Dave Matthews Band Farm to Family program. The band will perform at Lakewood Ampitheatre on May 30th. Extra exciting this year is the Northeast Georgia Food Bank will be the Food Bank Partner. The Farm to Family program was established by REVERB and each year raises over $100K nationwide for Local Farms and Community Food Banks. Volunteers collect canned food items and donations for refillable Brita water bottles at the concert, the money is directed to the Farm who then donate produce in kind throughout the growing season to the Food Bank partner. For more information check out http://www.reverb.org/DMB/farmfood.html.
Thursday, October 30, 2014
The taste test was part of the Northeast Georgia Farm to School program sponsored by Georgia Organics.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Monday, October 3, 2011
Please join Ladybug Farms this Saturay, October 8 at 2 pm for a presentation on Gravity Fed Rainwatering Systems. In the spring of 2011 Ladybug Farms installed a gravity fed rainwater system capable of storing up to 6000 gallons and then delivering rainwater through a 300 foot run and 17 foot drop in elevation to two 1/4 acre fields and a greenhouse. The presentation is free and open to the public and will be held at the Moss Memorial Library in Hayesville, NC. For information call: (828) 389-8401. Event Funded by: The Fred A. Moss Charity Trust