Greenlands Farm is a small, three-generational sustainable modern homestead farm located in rural North Carolina in a spot known locally as Half Hell, but better known as Bolivia. The farm is a true reflection of the homestead farm life: growing organic produce, baking fresh in the farm kitchen with farm-grown ingredients, and composting culls and scrapes on the farm. The farm family lives the sustainable lifestyle they teach about!
The farm features a Roadside Market most Saturdays featuring their non-gmo, pasture-raised eggs and seasonal produce. Their support reaches beyond their own small farm as Maudie heads up a local wine club that features small, family wineries around the world.
The farm is open by appointment for educational group tours, as a wedding/special occasion venue, and sometimes for some great fundraiser events for the Helpers Of Our Farm (HOOF) Educational Farm Animal Sanctuary. HOOF is a nonprofit organization centered around education and providing a sanctuary for rescued, donated, and in-need farm animals. Their educational platform allows visitors to learn, grow, and interact with the rescued animals at HOOF.
Greenlands Farm is also breeding rare and beautiful birds, including breeds like Swedish Flower, Lavender Orpington, Isabel Cuckoo Orpington, Malines, Silkie, and Indian Blue Black Shoulder Peafowl. Greenlands Farm is NPIP and AI Clean certified. Their breeds have been researched and carefully selected for beauty and gentleness.
When you come to Greenlands Farm as a guest for a tour or your special event, we suggest you leave the busy world behind and enjoy a slower pace: take time to hear the birds and bugs singing, take time to chat, and take time to connect to the farm lifestyle. Although a working farm is a busy life for the farm family, their connection to their family, the environment, and homestead farm life is strong and they want to share it with you.
Information and photos from Greenlands Farm