Out of Ashes Farm
Out of Ashes Farm is a Permaculture Cottage Farm in Redland, Or. We believe that life comes out of death, and abundance from the grips of scarcity. It's the story of our life, and our farm.
We are passionate about regenerative food production systems and we love to resource our community to that end. That includes demonstrating principles in action at our farmstead, providing delicious, ethically produced foods, and facilitating growth in our community toward abundance agriculturally, socially and economically.
We have fallen in love with pigs. They are smart, personable, and intriguing animals. Our affection for them means we are committed to the highest standards of ethical production and are always looking for creative ways to improve our approach to raising them. We keep our pigs on the freshest possible pasture throughout the growing season. In addition to forage, we feed only no-spray, no-corn, no-soy, non-GMO food sources to our hogs.
We are also among the small group of people worldwide that breed Glouschestershire Old Spot pigs. This breed has been called the Orchard Pig, hence the orchard pasture systems we are establishing, and many believe it produces the creamiest pork of all the breeds. We agree.
We sell our pork by the half and whole hog.
We strive to provide engaging, practical content on-site at our farmstead in Oregon City, Or. to help people grow in their homesteading skills. We teach classes that are both paradigm shifting, like our Permaculture Foundations class, and skills building, like our Rabbit Class.
Classes are taught by people that are experienced and passionate about their area of expertise. We are increasing class offerings in 2018, so stay tuned.
Visit the blog of Out of Ashes farm. We post articles, videos, book reviews, and whatever else strikes us as helpful to people interested in regenerative farming generally, and what we do in particular.
By far our most popular article is our piece about Small-Scale, Rotational Pig Raising. Not a bad one to start with. Or for something more humorous, read about what happens when one of the worlds smartest animals escapes.