I immediately felt that passion coming from Becky & Steve Wolf of Wolf Farms, and its’ sister business, Wolf Farm Natural Elements. Becky and Steve have been farming for years, but about 5 years in the Washington County area. They not only grow incredible organic produce, but they work to educate other growers and make it a whole lot easier to start a garden, whether it’s in the grand scale or in your backyard. By finding local sources for fertilizers, seeds, and feeds, they have been able to alleviate some of the pain and expense that often goes along with organic farming. Learning never stops in any field, and that’s certainly true in farming. Pun intended.Share
Along with the farming products they talk about below, you can find them selling carrots, a variety of potatoes, lavender, basil, onions, tomatoes, squash, zucchini, and more! Also, the body butter they sell? Heavens, it smells good and it keeps your hands feeling soft as a baby’s bottom. Yeah, I got that expression from my mom too.
Enjoy the interview and make sure to visit them either Tuesday or Saturday at the Abingdon Farmer’s Market! What’s more exciting, is that they’ve begun selling their produce at Blue Hills Market on Pecan Street! Go check them out and pick up your veggies for dinner. And if you’ve ever got any gardening questions? Becky and Steve Wolf are the people to see. (Read more.)