Living Web Farms

176 Kimzey Road, Mills River, North Carolina

Our next class,

Composting: Black Gold


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Where hands on learning comes to life!

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What's it like to attend a workshop at Living Web Farms?

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Beneficial insectary


Biochar production


Black soldier fly production




Compost tea


Cover crops


Egg production




Food preservation


Mob grazing


Mushroom farming


Naturally Grown Project




Sustainable ranching


Thermophilic composting



Living Web Farms is where hands on learning comes to life.

Workshop videos are available to learn from anytime.

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In Part 5 of this series, "Foundations for Growth," brilliant soil scientist, Dr. Elaine Ingham and founder of Soil Foodweb, Inc., describes differences in soil productivity by explaining how it is established, maintained and restored in various soil types and ecosystems.

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In Part 1-4 of Farm Scale Biochar have been released with Bob Wells and Jon Nilsson of CharGrow, LLC. Watch them explain how they produce biochar and discus find out about ready made CharGrow products for vegetables, flowers, trees and shrubs at

See the Biochar Workshop video for a more in-depth workshop and tour of the biochar facility.

NEW SERIES Learn from conservation agronomist, Ray Archuleta of the National Resources Conservation Service in part 1 as he joins David Brandt of Walnut Creek Seeds, for a workshop on the use of diverse cover crops to build life and fertility in the soil.

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