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Farm Feature: Stone Hollow Gardens + Shroomery

Dec 22, 2021

Stone Hollow Gardens + Shrommery

Our small family homestead is nestled next to the Little Maquoketa River in the Midwest Driftless Region. As stewards of the land, our two young girls and flock of hens we wish to impart the knowledge and wisdom of what it means to truly care for the soil and all that live upon it and within. With thanks to generous individuals we are able to fulfill our purpose as stewards by keeping our practices sustainable and renewable. We accomplish this through using our knowledge of bioremediation and mycoremediation to aid in the restoration and revitalization of the soil. By naturally amending our soil, through minimizing our tillage, applying mycorhizal/microbial brews, as well as utilizing permaculture practices we strengthen the overall health of our plants, vegetables, and mushrooms. This amazing harmonious relationship between fungi and plant feeds our passion for growing safe,

sustainable food and medicine.

We currently offer seasonal CSA farm shares, run market stands in the Galena Territories as well as at the Dubuque Farmers’ Market, deliver to several local restaurants and several local food markets. During the winter season we enjoy imparting knowledge through co-hosting workshops around the tri-states. To stay connected with us throughout the season follow our story on Facebook and Instagram.

Project Rooted :: Connecting kids to real food from the ground up. Dubuque, Iowa.

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The team behind the dream.

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