At Hollow House Farms we strive to grow the freshest produce using the most efficient, sustainable, and safest technology available. We grow using aquaponics – this method uses 10 percent of the land, as well as 10 percent of the water. Here’s how: Feeding the fish creates a waste product, which gets collected and sent through a series of filtration. The majority of the waste is removed from the system, and the newly ammonia-rich water is sent through a microbial filter to convert the remaining waste into a nutrient that plants absorb. The plans sit in about one food of water, soaking up the nutrients and then sending the clean water back into the fish tank. The closed-loop re-circulatory system not only saves resources, but it provides a tremendous amount of high-quality, consistent production ALL YEAR. It also means no chemicals or pesticides are ever used. We also have multiple bee hives for honey production, and chickens for fresh local eggs! Our goal is to educate people on the future of sustainable agriculture and hope to inspire them while visiting our farm!
- Culinary Herbs
- Wild Edibles
- Organic Practices (uncertified)
- Chemical Free
- Sustainable & Regenerative Agriculture
- Educational Programs
- Programs for Children
- Event Venue
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Internships or Apprenticeships
- Online Store
- Open Year Round
- Renewable Energy
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