An Organic Biodynamic Farm Connecting People to the Earth
Join Teton Full Circle
A strong farm needs a strong community and there are many ways to get involved, from becoming a CSA member, working as a volunteer or workshare, to sharing your experiences eating locally grown farm produce with friends, family, and neighbors. We invite you to join us as part of the local organic food movement.
Many thanks to Arden Oksanen for creating this film to tell our story, which we hope will help others tell their own.
Since this film...
Since this film was made in 2018 and the updated footage of winter/spring 2019, we have had two very successful seasons on the new Farm thanks to our supportive community and farm family!
We have gotten to know our deep soils. They are productive and nourishing. We are using minimal tillage, compost, cover crops, and biodynamic soil preparations to support their further development.
We have and continue to feed our community through farmers markets, CSA program, and local wholesale avenues. We have a blooming cut flower program that provides farm-grown, organic flowers by way of our CSA program, farmers market, local florists, weddings and special events. We have added laying hens to the Full Circle and our cow, Honeysuckle, is pregnant! With great joy we observe elk, deer, wolves, coyotes, fox, weasels, owls, songbirds, cranes, hawks, falcons and hundreds of pollinators on the farm seasonally.
As we head into our third season, we are excited to be working on designs for a barn that will house our veggie washing/packing area, flower studio, commercial kitchen, and tool storage areas. We will continue to care for this land as it supports the farm organism, our community and surrounding ecosystem.
We hope you can be involved in local, organic food and flowers wherever you are. Whether you are a young person exploring life, a hopeful farmer, a busy parent, a retiree, or homeless, there is a farm waiting for you to get involved in. It’s a win-win relationship for all!
To provide an abundance of fertility, food, and fun while sharing the understandings and skills necessary for today and future generations to cultivate a local community that lives in harmony with the web of life.